China’s government is well known as a crypto hater, and its banishments and pronouncements are the stuff of wild market swings. That doesn’t mean, however, they’re not keeping close eye on decentralized currencies. In fact, according to recent press releases, Chinese authorities are set to publish regular monthly analysis of over two dozen crypto assets, its Global Public Chain Assessment Index.
China Set to Provide Monthly Cryptocurrency Report
“This independent analysis of cryptocurrencies and global public blockchain technology demonstrates the confidence of the Chinese Government in the technology, and will act as a guide for government, enterprise and research institute,” a government press release read this week.
Beijing was indeed home to provocative announcements by the government of China such as the above. At a conference, its respective technology ministries explained their monitoring, by way of analysis, nearly thirty cryptocurrencies. Among them, “the first batch of assessment objects were identified: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripoco [Ripple], Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Cardano, Starcoin, NEO, Ioota, Monroe Currency, Dash, New Currency, Ethereum Classic, Quantum Chain, Nano, Application Chain, Big Zero Coin, Verge, Stratis, Cloud Storage, Stimco, Bit Stock, Bitcoin, Coin, Decred, Super Cash hcash, Komodo, ARK,” various bodies detailed…