China is already the world’s largest cryptocurrency market, and as its currency’s value continues to climb it is seeking to become the dominant force in the crypto space.
A recent study by CoinDesk found that China is currently the world leader in the number of ICOs that have raised $200m.
In a statement released on Thursday, China’s National Bureau of Statistics said that “the growth in cryptocurrency is expected to reach 4.5 billion yuan ($5.4 billion) in 2019.”
The bureau also said that China will spend $10 billion to support cryptocurrency research in 2020.
CoinDesk spoke to China’s Chief Data Scientist Dr. Li Yuwen, who explained that the Chinese government is already working to build a strong blockchain ecosystem in 2018.
He noted that the government is now building an ecosystem to provide the infrastructure for blockchain-based data and blockchain applications, and this ecosystem is currently focused on the research of cryptocurrencies.
Dr. Yuwen said that the main reason why the government has taken the lead on this ecosystem, is to make sure that the information can be used for the real world.
Dr Li said that Chinese cryptocurrency users are now looking to ICOs as a way to acquire digital assets, but this is not the only way that the state is using cryptocurrencies to increase its market share.
In addition to using cryptocurrencies as a form of payment, the Chinese authorities are also looking to expand cryptocurrency’s reach into the country’s financial services industry.
This, according to Dr. Lee, will allow the Chinese state to leverage the cryptocurrency ecosystem and create a better financial ecosystem for its citizens.
This move will also allow Chinese authorities to better understand the financial institutions that the country relies on, and therefore gain greater insight into their activities.
China’s Blockchain Strategy: A ‘Super-Industry’ or a ‘Crisis-Proof Industry’?
As the cryptocurrency world continues to grow in popularity, China is increasingly turning to blockchain technology to help control its economy.
In 2017, the country signed a Memorandum of Understanding with blockchain startup Chain to jointly develop and deploy the blockchain in its financial system.
Since then, the two countries have been working to develop a blockchain-centric framework for their financial services industries, including the creation of a new blockchain service provider called Blockchain.com.
The new service provider has the goal of providing Chinese citizens with access to blockchain-related applications in a more efficient and cost-effective manner, according the company.
In June 2018, China launched its first-ever ICO, the BitLicense ICO, which was launched with the aim of creating a decentralized application platform for digital assets and digital currencies.
In February 2018, Chinese authorities announced that they had created a new crypto currency called the Huobi, which has been described as a “super-industry” in China.
China has also taken a number of other steps to support the blockchain ecosystem, such as developing a blockchain registry, providing a cryptocurrency trading platform, and expanding blockchain research.
But the Chinese economy is not alone in embracing the blockchain.
According to Dr Li, the cryptocurrency space has grown exponentially in China over the past few years.
He explained that China’s cryptocurrency market will continue to grow and expand in the coming years.
Dr Liu added that there are two main reasons behind this: The first reason is to help the Chinese cryptocurrency ecosystem grow to be a truly global and competitive one, and the second is to develop the Chinese blockchain ecosystem to be an advanced and high-technology platform.
According the Dr, this second reason is the biggest reason for the expansion of the cryptocurrency market.
According his assessment, the main drivers behind the growth of the Chinese crypto market have been the country developing a stronger economy, more advanced blockchain infrastructure, and a better understanding of the financial services sector.
He stated that the success of the new financial services ecosystem will ultimately benefit the entire Chinese economy, and he believes that the growth in the Chinese bitcoin market will help to build the ecosystem as well.
China Is Already Leading the Crypto World In 2017 Dr. Liu pointed out that China has already led the world in the growth and adoption of cryptocurrencies in 2018 and 2019.
According Dr Liu, the reason for this is because the Chinese industry is already well-capitalized.
He said that, over the last year, China has become a leader in developing the industry.
According for example, in 2018, the world saw the first-time Bitcoin-to-cryptocurrency transaction, which raised more than $1.4bn in the first 24 hours of trading.
In 2019, China was one of the first countries to record a crypto-to_cryptocurrencies transaction of over $4.3bn.
Dr Lee also stated that, the first cryptocurrency-tocryptocamps in 2018 were led by two Chinese ICOs, which helped China to gain more momentum.
In the next few years, China will undoubtedly continue to increase the number and scale of its cryptocurrency-based financial services platforms.
For example, according an earlier report by CoinMarketCap, China intends to launch more