One year after ICO mania, these big-money projects are delivering
GUEST: The ICO mania we saw last year escalated rapidly. The ICO that signaled to me that things were about to get out of control was the Gnosis raise in April. The company’s concept of a decentralized prediction marketplace made a lot of sense to me. What made less sense to me was that it was […]
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China is an enticing growth market, particularly for tech companies. But according to 9Gag CEO Ray Chan, it’s also the place where Western tech companies are failing. He likens the Chinese tech market to awkward teenage fumbles with the opposite sex. “Everyone talks about it, nobody knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone clams they’re doing it,” he quipped on stage at the 2018 TNW Conference in Amsterdam. The thing is, he’s not wrong. Companies like Uber and Whatsapp, both giants in their own right, haven’t managed to unseat domestic-made rivals like Didi… This story continues at The Next Web