China’s Cyberspace Watchdog Approves 309 More Blockchain Services
The Cyberspace Administration of China, the country’s central Internet regulator, censor, oversight and control agency, has published its second list of registered blockchain service providers.The new batch comprises 309 companies that are representatives of various industries, including cultural tourism, education, e-commerce, law, healthcare and supply chains, Chinese news outlet 8BTC reported on Oct. 21.Continue Reading on Coin TelegraphDisclaimer:
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