A Communist Party Committee Will Be Opened Up in China by Huobi
As stated by South China Morning Post, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges Huobi, more specifically, its filial, will launch a special Communist Party Committee.
This is the first time a crypto or blockchain-related enterprise has done so. The firm Beijing Lianhuo Information Office, owned by Huobi’s CEO, will now operate a communist division. There are two reasons for that: firstly, the law of China dictates that any company that has more than 3 members of the Communist Party as employees must have such a committee for promoting the Party; secondly, this will strengthen Huobi’s position on the legislative level.
This might be a very wise decision, taking into consideration the attitude of the Chinese government towards cryptocurrency.
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