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and china launching 50 5g cities today- what sort of sdg positive trade is the west still offering?

bloomberg reports
China held a special meeting to learn more about blockchain.
The first reason that’s surprising is who. The Politburo is made up of China’s 25 most-senior officials, mostly in their sixties, and traditionally not a group known for being tech savvy.
Second is what. While blockchain is not only about cryptocurrencies, cryptocurrencies have been the most widely used application of the technology. And China essentially banned digital currencies in 2017, which is where the third surprise comes in.
Is China now throwing its weight behind blockchain and could this foreshadow some loosening of the ban on digital currencies? Markets seemed to think so, pushing up shares of Chinese companies linked to the technology and also the price of Bitcoin.

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