- Hong Kong has reported interest from over 80 virtual asset-related companies.
- These firms primarily inquire about the Policy Statement and regulatory requirements.
- 23 companies from various countries plan to establish their presence in Hong Kong, attracted by the city’s open-door policy and stable regulatory environment.
Hong Kong is becoming a popular destination for cryptocurrency firms, as Invest Hong Kong has reported interest from over 80 virtual asset-related companies in establishing their presence in the city.
These firms, which include VA exchanges, blockchain infrastructure companies, and virtual currency wallets, have primarily inquired about the implementation details of the Policy Statement, regulatory requirements, visa requirements for talent admission, and targeted support measures for the VA and Web3 sector. They are also exploring the feasibility of establishing businesses in Hong Kong.
Invest Hong Kong has reported that as of end-February 2023, 23 companies from various countries, including the Mainland, Canada, EU countries, Singapore, the UK, and the US, have expressed their plans to establish their presence in Hong Kong. These companies are primarily involved in virtual asset exchanges, blockchain infrastructure, blockchain network security, and other related areas.
Hong Kong’s open-door policy towards cryptocurrency firms has attracted companies looking to expand their business in Asia. With its well-established financial industry and regulatory framework, Hong Kong offers a stable and conducive environment for virtual asset-related companies to operate in.
As Hong Kong continues to embrace the virtual asset industry, it is expected to attract more companies seeking to establish their presence in the city. With its strategic location, world-class infrastructure, and supportive regulatory environment, Hong Kong is poised to become a leading hub for the virtual asset industry in Asia and beyond.
In other news, Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum, has recently emphasized the need for a varied group of “guardians” to maintain optimal security for crypto assets held under self-custody via multisig and social recovery wallets.
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