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One must regulate something that has disruptive qualities, or they will lose all control, this is what is happening globally with cryptocurrency, and really indicates the potential velocity of change that digital currency is having on the way consumers spend money now, and will in the future, and Hong Kong is getting on this fast-moving ship.

We noted in recent exchange documents that regulation is sprouting in every corner as cryptocurrency is so disruptive, everyone needs to be ahead of the curve, this portends a dynamic change.

OKEX, a large Crypto Exchange based in Malta noted in a recent research report for users and followers wrote, “ A year ago, the SFC announced a regulatory sandbox amid providing a confined environment for Fintech companies to push forward for regulatory innovation. After a year at the latest HK FinTech Week, Ashley Alder, head of the SFC announced that the city’s securities watchdog has now established a new comprehensive set of regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges in Hong Kong. ”

OKEX noted in the report, “ Alder said the rules are ‘tailor-made’ for the crypto industry, covering all the key investor protection concerns including the safe custody of assets, KYC requirements, anti-money laundering, and market manipulation. Concepts that don’t exist in traditional financial markets like hot and cold wallets, forks, airdrops are also included.”

The report cited also, “Cryptocurrencies and virtual assets traded on an SFC-licensed platform will not be subject to the same kind of regulation which applies to traditional offerings of securities or investment funds. Besides, all licensed platforms must have insurance covering the risk of virtual assets being lost or stolen.”

He stressed that “Virtual assets have been moving further into conventional financial markets”, and highlighted stablecoins in particular, saying that some projects are “capable of being adopted extremely rapidly on a global scale” which have led “serious concerns among politicians and central bankers and financial regulators.”

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One must regulate something that has disruptive qualities, or they will lose all control, this is what is happening globally with cryptocurrency, and really indicates the potential velocity of change that digital currency is having on the way consumers spend money now, and will in the future, and Hong Kong is getting on this fast-moving ship.

We noted in recent exchange documents that regulation is sprouting in every corner as cryptocurrency is so disruptive, everyone needs to be ahead of the curve, this portends a dynamic change.

OKEX, a large Crypto Exchange based in Malta noted in a recent research report for users and followers wrote, “ A year ago, the SFC announced a regulatory sandbox amid providing a confined environment for Fintech companies to push forward for regulatory innovation. After a year at the latest HK FinTech Week, Ashley Alder, head of the SFC announced that the city’s securities watchdog has now established a new comprehensive set of regulations for cryptocurrency exchanges in Hong Kong. ”

OKEX noted in the report, “ Alder said the rules are ‘tailor-made’ for the crypto industry, covering all the key investor protection concerns including the safe custody of assets, KYC requirements, anti-money laundering, and market manipulation. Concepts that don’t exist in traditional financial markets like hot and cold wallets, forks, airdrops are also included.”

The report cited also, “Cryptocurrencies and virtual assets traded on an SFC-licensed platform will not be subject to the same kind of regulation which applies to traditional offerings of securities or investment funds. Besides, all licensed platforms must have insurance covering the risk of virtual assets being lost or stolen.”

He stressed that “Virtual assets have been moving further into conventional financial markets”, and highlighted stablecoins in particular, saying that some projects are “capable of being adopted extremely rapidly on a global scale” which have led “serious concerns among politicians and central bankers and financial regulators.”

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Wilting confidence in bitcoin following hacking attacks and a collapse in its value has failed to deter an online florist from using the virtual currency. But bosses at Flower Delivery Hong Kong are making sure they switch their takings back into real-world cash at the first opportunity.

Flower Delivery has seen growing interest in its business since it began accepting bitcoins a fortnight ago in time for the Valentine’s Day rush, and has processed four bitcoin transactions worth a total of HK$600 so far.

While the Mong Kok-based company was yesterday processing more than 500 orders on its busiest day of the year, director Leslie Wu Wai-leung revealed that the company did not hold on to any bitcoins it received once the flowers were delivered.

“The negative, for most people, is the volatility of bitcoin – the price of bitcoin,” said Wu, 44. “However, because we cash out straight away, that’s not a problem for us.”

Despite bitcoin’s struggle for acceptance and concerns about whether the cryptocurrency will hold its value, Wu says it has many advantages for an online delivery-based business like his.

“I was left with the positive aspects: lower transaction fees, instant payment and no chargeback, and we have a wider clientele overseas – like in Macau, where PayPal doesn’t process their orders,” Wu said, referring to the eBay subsidiary responsible for many online payments. “More than half of our customer base is overseas, and we rely mainly on PayPal at the moment, but they cause a few problems for us.”

Wu said his customers would usually order flowers for delivery to addresses other than their credit card billing address. But PayPal would flag up such transactions as possible fraud cases.

“They mark some sales as ‘under review’ … it can take them up to 48 hours to process, which causes a big problem for us,” said Wu, whose company specialises in same-day delivery.

He believed a hacking attack on bitcoin exchanges earlier this week that led to a temporary suspension of bitcoin withdrawals was no more than a blip.

The benchmark Coindesk index last night showed the value of one bitcoin as US$640.77, up from US$567.63 on Monday.

Read the full story in SCMP.com: http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1427203/troubled-bitcoin-loses-some-its-blossom-hong-kong

(c) Danny Lee/South China Morning Post

In this era of technology, many countries around the globe are going cashless. In mainland China, for example, paying at a shop takes no more than just a swipe on your smart phone, using apps such as WeChat Pay and Alipay. But in Hong Kong, cash and cards are still widely used. We take a look at what exactly is holding back the city.

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