Sneaker trading platforms are increasingly adopting new technologies like blockchain to keep their users happy.
Tainiqi Zhu admits that the Chinese market might not be ready for second-hand clothing, but he’s willing to make a bet on its potential. “In mainland China, there’s a problem of trust and communication,” says Mr. Zhu. “And even after you convince someone, you still have to negotiate the price. There’s a huge culture of bargaining.” Mr. […]
This has been a long time coming. Coming from a radio background, I have a deep passion for audio content and when I first joined TechNode I knew I wanted to do a podcast. The problem with podcasting, much like any quality content, is that you can’t just do it; you have to prepare first: […]
The best success stories often begin with failures. What we see are the hefty funding rounds, skyrocketing valuations; what we overlook are the embarrassing first efforts, setbacks and radical change of directions. Ofo, the first company bike rental company to gain unicorn status in the emerging sector, meets nearly every definition we have for a successful […]
Xpeng is gearing up for an ambitious goal: setting a benchmark for driver assistance technology in China that rivals will have to overcome.
China’s second landlord platforms are highly susceptible to downturns. Many have already collapsed—and there’s no guarantee even the largest will survive.
For millions stuck in Shanghai, purchasing daily goods has become a hassle. Community group buying has revived, thanks to its flexibility.
Just two weeks after a crackdown on imported gaming consoles in Shenzhen, the grey market has mostly recovered to its semi-legal status quo.
With help from Alibaba’s map technology, Xpeng says it now has the most advanced driver-assist function for Chinese customers.
The central bank’s DCEP project is about a lot more than a “mainstream” central bank digital currency, wrote one of China’s foremost financial figures.