Registrations for a digital payments system developed by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority have crossed the 10 million milestone, suggesting that Covid-19 has hastened the city’s shift to digital banking services.
Hong Kong-listed Hypebeast, founded as a blog for sneaker enthusiasts, will merge with US SPAC Iron Spark in a deal valuing it at US$353 million.
The Post’s five major wins includes Best Facebook Watch Show and the Best Original Programming award, won by food and travel video brand Goldthread.
The growing pool of young multimillionaires augurs well for digital ownership of property as investment preferences shift from the older generation, according to a Knight Frank survey.
A growing number of art galleries and dealers are using the blockchain to mint NFTs for ancient artefacts, ushering in a group of tech-savvy millennial clients.
The Qiushi essay, similar to a speech he delivered via state media in October, offers a rare glimpse of the president’s own words on the current state and the future deployment of China’s technological pursuits.
Hong Kong’s SMEs have largely embraced digitisation, adapting to new consumer preferences shaped by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a PayPal survey.
Creators and artists are leveraging NFTs and the blockchain to raise funds from digital collectibles, then donating part of the proceeds to charitable causes.
City’s first digital visas will launch next Tuesday as part of wider plans to implement more efficient and hygienic online system.
In Hong Kong, where housing is scarce and property is deemed the most critical of investments, the interest around digital land sales is reaching a fever pitch.
Gemini called for new regulations in the fast-growing, US$247 billion decentralised finance industry because traditional regulations do not provide adequate protection.
Over the next six months, banks have to make sure they can serve customers who cannot or do not want to use online services, according to the new code of conduct.
Initial data products on offer include information from China Eastern Airlines, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.
The British artist, whose ‘His Own Worst Enemy’ show opens at White Cube Hong Kong on November 24, says he is drawn to the polarity his NFT series ‘The Currency’ is creating.
A digital chasm exists between urban and rural party members, professor at East China University of Political Science and Law says.
Chinese lenders closed 1,300 branches in 2020, and the trend has continued into this year amid rising costs and growing mobile banking popularity
The internet court in the Chinese capital developed a Zoom-like system for remote hearings
“Honesty” study ranks China lowest among 40 countries, but digital habits may have played a part
No more watching out for flight attendants