Hashkey Capital partner of liquid funds and research, Jupiter Zheng, believes that Hong Kong is “very ready” for the next wave of mass crypto adoption.
- Hong Kong is well-prepared for the next wave of mass crypto adoption, with an influx of crypto talent and positive regulatory developments, according to Jupiter Zheng, a partner at Hashkey Capital.
- New Web3 projects and crypto-positive regulations have set the stage for significant growth in Hong Kong over the next four to five years.
- The region has seen the development of sophisticated crypto projects and technological improvements despite crypto price fluctuations.
- Zheng believes the Hong Kong government is in need of a new economic driver, and the crypto sector can provide that driver through crypto and Web3 technologies.
Hong Kong is “very ready” for the next wave of mass crypto adoption, with a surge in crypto talent and favorable regulatory developments, says Jupiter Zheng, a partner at Hashkey Capital.
Web3 Projects and Positive Regulations
The combination of new Web3 projects and crypto-friendly regulations positions Hong Kong for significant growth in the coming years.
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Despite crypto price fluctuations, the crypto sector has seen remarkable technological advancements and sophistication in the past 18 months.
Zheng believes that the Hong Kong government seeks a new economic driver, and he sees crypto and Web3 technologies as potential solutions to boost the region’s GDP.
Hashkey’s Licensing Milestone
Hashkey became the first crypto exchange in Hong Kong to receive a specific license, enabling it to offer crypto assets to retail investors on August 3.
Zheng expects local residents to show increasing demand for crypto products as the government outlines its regulatory framework, providing safety and legal protections.
Hong Kong is well-positioned to embrace crypto and Web3 technologies, attracting crypto talent and experiencing positive regulatory changes, potentially driving significant economic growth in the region.