Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on October 15. Hong Kong wants to become an international centre for virtual assets as the city seeks to bolster its status as a global financial hub after pandemic disruptions. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on October 15. Hong Kong wants to become an international centre for virtual assets as the city seeks to bolster its status as a global financial hub after pandemic disruptions. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Cryptocurrency bear market is an ideal time for Hong Kong to put its regulatory stamp on virtual assets

  • Readers discuss why Hong Kong’s announcement of a policy statement on virtual assets is timely, and the need for more scrutiny for companies under the technology voucher programme

Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on October 15. Hong Kong wants to become an international centre for virtual assets as the city seeks to bolster its status as a global financial hub after pandemic disruptions. Photo: Bloomberg
Pedestrians cross a road in Hong Kong on October 15. Hong Kong wants to become an international centre for virtual assets as the city seeks to bolster its status as a global financial hub after pandemic disruptions. Photo: Bloomberg
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