End of the Opt-In Era: Hong Kong’s Clampdown on Virtual Asset Trading Platforms

The report, titled End of the Opt-In Era: Hong Kong’s Clampdown on Virtual Asset Trading Platforms, with the recently announced ban being proposed on the trading of cryptocurrencies and other virtual assets by retail investors in the city, many exchanges are starting to re-evaluate their future strategy and operating model, including the implications of being licensed entities.

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