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FinTech companies in China have raised nearly $40bn since 2014

FinTech investment in China is up almost 10-fold already compared to last year Read more: fintech.global

X Financial launches $104.5m IPO on New York Stock Exchange

China-based personal finance business X Financial has launched its IPO for a total offering size of around $104.5m. Read more : fintech.global

Ant Financial launches new FinTech brand

Ant Financial Services Group today announced that the Company would open up a full suite of technology products and services Read more: www.finextra.com

Alipay, UnionPay to cooperate on barcode payment

Alibaba’s online payment platform Alipay has signed an agreement with China’s UnionPay in order for them to cooperate on card-less and barcode payments.< Read more: www.thepaypers.com

In China the mantra remains ‘blockchain not Bitcoin’

China maintains a hostile stance on activities related to crypto assets, while expressing a more open mind when it comes to blockchain. Read more: bitcoinist.com

China central bank warns of crypto, ICO risks in public notice

The People’s Bank of China, the country’s central bank, has issued a public notice urging investors of risks in cryptocurrency trading and initial coin offerings. Read more: www.ccn.com

Saxo Bank receives strategic investments from Geely and Sampo

Saxo Bank, a multi-asset trading and investing platform, has received strategic investments from Geely Holding Group and Sampo. Read more: fintech.global

People’s Bank of China pilots blockchain trade finance platform

A new trade and finance blockchain platform backed by the People\'s Bank of China has started official pilot operations in Shenzhen, China. Read more: www.thepaypers.com

London Stock Exchange expands real-time data service in Asia

London Stock Exchange Group today announced that it is expanding its Real Time Data service in Asia. Read more: www.finextra.com

Australian Blockchain Delegation heads to China

A handful of Aussie blockchain startups are in Shanghai this week, part of a government-backed trade mission that aims to strengthen ties between the two nations Read more: www.ccn.com