binance ceo reacts to china’s release of web 3.0 white paper in the context of hong kong crypto push
Binance CEO “CZ” emphasizes the intriguing timing of China’s release of the Web 3.0 white paper, which coincides with the Hong Kong crypto hub push.
ON SATURDAY, Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao responded to China’s publication of a Web 3.0 innovation and development white paper. The timing of this Web 3.0 white paper by Beijing’s science and technology government body ahead of Hong Kong’s launch of the crypto licensing regime on June 1 is interesting, he says.
Web3 refers to the next-generation internet, which includes cutting-edge technologies and research fields such as artificial intelligence (AI), blockchains, machine learning, cryptocurrency, metaverse, NFTs, virtual reality, etc. Companies working on Web 3.0 will be at the forefront.
Binance CEO on China Web 3.0 Approach in the Context of Hong Kong
The “Beijing Internet 3.0 White Paper on Innovation and Development (2023)” was officially released by the Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission and the Zhongguancun Administrative Committee during the 2023 Zhongguancun Forum Parallel Forum “Internet 3.0: Future Internet Industry Development” hosted by the Beijing Association for Science and Technology.
The government, according to the white paper, will actively support Web 3.0 development and research in order to establish China’s leadership in these innovative technologies.
The committees will work to reduce the challenges and create guidelines for businesses and teams.
Binance CEO “CZ” responded on Twitter, highlighting the interesting timing of the Web 3.0 white paper release, which coincided with Hong Kong’s crypto hub initiative.
Starting June 1, Hong Kong will allow crypto firms and exchanges to apply for licenses. Under the supervision of the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, the Hong Kong administration has also permitted retail investors to trade top cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Notably, Chinese banks have backed Hong Kong’s crypto hub plan. The Hong Kong cryptocurrency industry will benefit China’s Web 3.0 plans.
Meanwhile, the crypto landscape in the United States continues to deteriorate as a result of regulatory crackdowns spearheaded by the Securities and Exchange Commission.