Crypto Crime Explodes In Hong Kong | Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News | The Daily Forkast

Crypto Crime Explodes In Hong Kong | Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News | The Daily Forkast

Welcome to The Daily Forkast – August 3rd, 2021 – presented by Angie Lau. For the latest in blockchain & crypto news. On today’s show: Crypto crimes through the roof in Hong Kong, Square to buy buy-now-pay-later provider Afterpay, and Tencent launches an NFT platform.


0:00 Coming up
0:27 Hong Kong crypto crime surges
1:40 Payments giant Square to acquires Australia’s Afterpay
2:39 Market rundown (Bitcoin, Polkadot, Ripple)
3:22 Tencent launches NFT platform

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