TRON Ranks #2, Way Ahead of Bitcoin in China’s Latest Crypto Rankings

China’s Center for Information and Industry Development released its latest Global Blockchain Technology Assesment Index report. EOS ranks first, followed by TRON and Ethereum. XEM and GXChain removed from the CCID’s crypto raking index. China’s Center for Information and Industry Development (CCID) published a new list of its crypto ranking index. The move comes after …

Dow Futures Brace for Volatile Week as Damages from U.S.-China Trade War Begin to Surface

Futures on the Dow and broader stock market rose sharply on Friday, but finished lower for the week as threats to U.S. and global economic health resurfaced. Volatility is likely to simmer near the surface next week as attention shifts to U.S.-China trade negotiations. For all the talk of progress, both countries remain far apart …

Juul’s Valuation Is Going Up in Smoke After China Terminates Sales – CCN.com

Mere days after launching in the world’s largest tobacco market, Juul, a leading e-cigarette producer, had its sales terminated in China; meanwhile, stock estimates have been reduced to little more than vapor, with the firm’s $38 billion valuation slowly evaporating. Just last week the popular vaporizer launched a range of its products on two of …

Chinese Stocks Tumble After Disastrous Industrial Production Data – CCN.com

Chinese industrial production showed renewed weakness in August. | Image: AFP / China Stocks in mainland China and Hong Kong tumbled on Monday after Beijing reported a sharper than expected slowdown in industrial production, signs that the ongoing trade war with Washington was ravaging domestic producers. Chinese Stocks Decline Mainland China’s Shanghai Shenzhen CSI 300 …

Chinese State Media DENIES Forbes ‘Scoop’ of State Crypto Launch – CCN Markets

China is not launching a central bank-backed crypto in November, says China’s state media outlet the Global Times. | Source: REUTERS / Dado Ruvic China is not launching a central bank-backed crypto in November. That’s what Chinese state media outlet the Global Times said, in refuting a Forbes report. Central bank calls report ‘inaccurate speculation’ …