A new wave of tech companies are starting to raise money from the Chinese government and have recently added Chinese-language apps to their platforms.
In addition to the newly added platforms, the following companies have added China-language versions of their products to their app stores:Boeing, General Electric, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Pinterest, Tesla, Twitter, WhatsApp, Uber and Twitter.
This trend is only expected to continue as the government’s support for digital currencies continues to increase.
According to Bloomberg, the Chinese yuan has risen more than 10% against the US dollar since January, and there has been an increase in the Chinese bitcoin trading volumes as well.
Boei hopes the new platforms will help them attract new investors and keep their brands relevant in China.
“We are seeing an explosion of interest in China in digital currencies and the technology ecosystem.
There is a lot of demand for more innovative products and services in China and it is a great opportunity for the world’s largest aerospace company,” Zhang said.”
The Chinese economy is expanding rapidly, and the Chinese people are looking for better ways to invest in technology and other sectors,” Zhang added.”
China is also the world leader in digital technology, with the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics estimating that over a third of the population lives online.”
It’s important to maintain the credibility of our company and our brands, and that includes digital currency.