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The Beach Edition - China's Tech Crunch

The Beach Edition - China's Tech Crunch
By Keith Teare • Issue #267 • View online
China is blocking its own corporations from US listings and the SEC is reacting. Is this China doubling down on its independence from the world economy? Or just politics?

No video this week, and no editorial. I spent the week in Cabo San Lucas on vacation with the family, and Andrew Keen was betrothed and spent his honeymoon in Mexico City.
But I did still read. Here is my take on the week’s news. enjoy.
China has its own Tech Crunch
As China shakes up regulations, tech companies suffer
China’s expected edtech clampdown may chill a key startup sector
Blockchain Investing
SPACs on track again?
Lucid Motors’ SPAC merger approved after executives issue plea to shareholders to vote
This week in IPOs
The Coach Behind the Coinbase and Robinhood CEOs
The $33 billion question: Can Revolut be the world’s super app?
Outbrain’s IPO: A smart idea, a long time coming
Food delivery firm Zomato surges 65% in key India debut
Investing trends and venture news
Five9, Genesys and AWS want to take the call center to the cloud - Protocol — The people, power and politics of tech
Infarm expands relationship with Sobeys in Canada – Produce Blue Book
Big deals dominate as European VC continues at an unrelenting pace | PitchBook
Startup of the Week
Bret Taylor Faces His Biggest Test at Salesforce — The Information
Tweet of the Week
Dominic Williams ∞
When web browsers create HTTPS sessions (the lock in the address bar) it's with a server computer

Imagine the same with a blockchain, made trustless, which also mints the X509 certificate enabling the session... true Web3.0

Chain Key crypto taking us there

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