It is a fact that with the passage of time the uses of blockchain technology have witnessed a tremendous increase. China is on the top of the list in this regard. Main reason behind it being that China is the hub of tech startups. Due to so much importance of China several companies have been trying to launch setups for their upcoming blockchain technology chains in China. Recently JD.com announced plans to launch its accelerator program for artificial intelligence and blockchain startups in Beijing this February. And now the launch of a Chinese Blockchain Industrial Park is in the news. This project will be backed by a 10 bln yuan fund which will be partially backed by the Government.It is also being reported that well-known Bitcoin (BTC) investor Li Xiaolai and Blockchain “celebrity” Lao Mao, will be two of the managers of the fund.
According to latest blockchain news the above mentioned fund was announced on April 9, during the opening of the Hangzhou Blockchain Industrial Park China. This fund is named as Xiongan Global Blockchain Innovation Fund financed by the Yuhang District Government. Thirty percent of these funds would be government-guided. The fund will be managed by the Hangzhou Haoyu Investment Management Co. and the Future Science & Technology City Administrative Committee. Hangzhou city in Zhejiang province, home to e-commerce giant Alibaba. This industrial park will also serve as an incubation center for the startups.
History of Hangzhou Haoyu Investment Management
Hangzhou Haoyu Investment Management is mainly comprised of two big names, the Handan Investment and INBlockchain. The previous projects of these two companies included:
The fund’s announcement and the opening of the blockchain industrial park has played vital role in further establishing the position of Hangzhou. The government in Hangzhou has already portrayed the blockchain technology as the most advanced innovation. Even it has been ranked just behind artificial intelligence and virtual reality in most cases.
The announcement of that fund has hit the news just weeks after the plans for an international Chinese Blockchain Center were cancelled over legal technicalities. Despite a wave of enthusiasm, all those companies must deal with the regulatory uncertainty in China with respect to blockchain technology and crypto industry. No doubt these restrictions a part of the Chinese Government strategy to control capital outflow and corruption. This is the sole reason behind China’s strict actions against cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings.