Crypto in China: What It Really Looks Like - Ep.139


Manage episode 243387208 series 1822984
By Laura Shin. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Emily Parker, cofounder of Longhash, describes what the company, which has an Asia-focused incubator and data media site does, how she ended up launching an Asia-focused company, why she’s seeing US crypto teams and ICOs going to Singapore, why the Chinese government cracked down on crypto, and what misconceptions she sees about crypto in China. She explains how the Chinese still trade Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies despite the ban, why Tether plays a big role, how the China ban has affected crypto entrepreneurship and how the upcoming People's Bank of China digital currency could impact crypto. We also discuss how the attitude toward crypto has changed in Japan over time, why so many crypto teams are settling in Singapore, and whether or not the philosophies of censorship-resistance or decentralization resonate in China.

Thank you to our sponsors!



Episode links:


Longhash's Twitter:

Emily Parker:

Emily Parker on Twitter:

Emily Parker on LinkedIn:

Longhash's incubator:

BTC trading by US EST and PST vs. China:

Bitcoin metrics on Longhash:

Emily's interview with SEC commissioner Hester Peirce:

Unchained interview with commissioner Peirce:

Longhash article showing more ICOs in Singapore than in US in Q1 2018:

Longhash's graphic showing money transmitter laws in the US:

Longhash on ICOs fleeing the US:

Unchained interview with Primitive Ventures:

Unchained interview with Da Hongfei and Patrick Dai (not Lai!):

Unchained interview with CZ of Binance:

Emily's interview with Coincheck's president:

Longhash deck of cards of crypto players:

157 episodes