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中国对比特币的看法正在发生变化:Bitkan首席执行官在加密行业工作7年后分享了自己的见 ...

2020-3-22 15:42

 

自2009年比特币问世以来,加密货币已从科技发烧友的小众话题,变成了被广泛认可(如果不是总能被理解的话)的现代金融主食。Bitkan首席执行官刘洋最近花了一些时间,向news.Bitcoin.com介绍了Bitkan 7年来中国比特币社区的情况,以及该社区对加密的不断变化的想法和看法。虽然一般的说法已经发生了变化,最近的covid-19危机影响了市场,但这位首席执行官表示,中国总体上仍看好比特币。


跟随比特币,形成Bitkan


Bitkan是一个集成多种加密服务的平台,由中国科技巨头华为的前研发部门成员于2013年3月推出。时任华为首席执行官兼联合创始人的刘洋当时是华为无线技术研发部门的负责人,他离开公司去从事加密业务,据Bitkan说,“当时大多数人都把比特币视为庞氏骗局。”

 

该公司告诉news.Bitcoin.com:“Bitkan一开始只是一个极客产品。”比特坎的实际创建时间是在2012年12月。当时,中国主要的比特币交易平台大多来自国外,因此中国的比特币社区用户需要一些市场提醒工具来方便价格监控。”


自2013年推出以来,Bitkan平台逐渐成长为一个市场数据中心,一个拥有活跃社区的OTC和集合交易平台。


中国社会对比特币变化的看法,场外交易依然流行


杨表示,比特币最初是中国人普遍感兴趣的话题,但很快“就从一个让人好奇的东西变成了中国人社区眼中的庞氏骗局”。从那时起,这种感知开始进化。杨阐述:


2014年底,大家开始关注区块链技术。在2017年ICO浪潮之后,比特币被定义为一种革命性的数字货币。在2017年底的疯狂之后,人们普遍听说过比特币。普通人仍然对加密货币相当警惕,而有些人认为比特币是最好的数字投资产品。


杨在接受news.Bitcoin.com采访时表示,当涉及到中国对密码行业和场外交易的法律限制时,总会有需求的。


“我会说,场外交易总是有需求的。由于对交易所的限制性立法,OTC需求将继续存在,以满足投资和交易需求。因此,经过监管后,OTC方式必然会比以往更加蓬勃发展。杨做了一个小小的警告:“然而,从整个加密市场的角度来看,我认为用户的数量总体上在下降。”这是由于监管和比特币的价格。”


危机和随之而来的市场暴跌


“我认为金融危机已经到来。换句话说,我们已经深陷其中。


顺便说一句,这次的金融危机与2008年的金融危机不太一样。这一次,随着疫情的恶化,许多生产线和商业陷入停滞。这可能对市场造成更严重的损害。


指出政府努力遏制一些经济大屠杀,杨细节:“来自中国的7万亿美元的基础设施支出计划对美国降息和4000亿美元的计划来提高他们的经济来保护他们的生意,我们可以看到,全球各国政府可能会采取措施来拯救市场。”

 

他还指出,一些中国人认为,covid19危机及其引发的加密市场暴跌,显示出“比特币和黄金之间存在一定程度的相关性”,因为他们在最近的事件中似乎没有追随标普(S&P)股市指数。


“我们可以看到,这次的价格暴跌是在美国股市和原油价格暴跌之后发生的,”他解释道。同样,它也导致了黄金的下跌。今天上午(3月19日),标准普尔500指数的熔断机制发生了本月第四次。然而,金价没有随指数一同下跌,比特币也没有。”


杨认为最近加密价格的暴跌是“一个快速去杠杆化的过程”,这将最终有助于加密。“从长远来看,这有利于加密货币的长期发展。在这次暴跌之后,加密货币的发展将更加健康和积极。”


尽管2020年开局艰难,但中国仍看好比特币


尽管挑战的新的一年,杨说,“当有机会有一个危机,“和“,而一些老的传统企业可能下降,与此同时,新的商业模式可能出现……流行在中国加速了电子商务的兴起,远程工作,在线教育和许多其他的行业不受欢迎。他还预测了比特币价格的利好因素,具体如下:

 

我认为这一轮的下降是密码市场杠杆作用的结果,需要戳破它的泡沫。市场仍会有一些波动,但总的来说,市场有可能在一年内强劲复苏,并很有可能超过以往的历史高点。


Bitkan的目标是到2020年通过“一站式密码投资平台”让密码投资变得更容易。至于中国,杨认为,投机者和投资者之间有明显的区别,后者通常通过风暴虽然有些剩余的坚定剥离前的失败,和总结:“尽管比特币社区的观点在中国仍然相对分散,整个社区的声音仍然是乐观的,因为它目前在一段严重的波动。”

 

Since the advent of bitcoin in 2009, cryptocurrencies have gone from being a niche topic for tech nerds to ubiquitously recognized — if not always understood — staples of modern finance. Bitkan CEO Liu Yang recently took some time out to give news.Bitcoin.com a peek into the Chinese bitcoin community and its changing ideas and perceptions of crypto, throughout Bitkan’s seven years in the business. Though general narratives have changed and evolved, and the recent covid-19 crisis impacted markets, the CEO says that overall China is still bullish on bitcoin.

 

Following Bitcoin, Forming Bitkan

 

An integrated platform for multiple crypto services, Bitkan was launched in March 2013 by former members of China tech giant Huawei‘s R&D department. CEO and co-founder Liu Yang was head of the Huawei Wireless Technology R&D department at the time, leaving to pursue business in crypto when, according to Bitkan, “most people saw Bitcoin as a Ponzi scheme.”


“Bitkan started out as a geek product,” the company told news.Bitcoin.com. “The actual time that Bitkan was created was back in December 2012. At that time, most of the major exchanges for bitcoin geek players in China were all from abroad, hence Chinese bitcoin community users need some market alerts tools to facilitate price monitoring.”

 

After launch in 2013, the Bitkan platform grew to be a hub for market data, and an OTC and aggregated trading platform with an active community.

 

Chinese Community’s Perceptions of Bitcoin Change, OTC Trading Remains Popular

 

According to CEO Yang, bitcoin was initially a point of general intrigue for Chinese, but soon “went from being an item of curiosity to becoming deemed a Ponzi scheme by the Chinese community.” From there, the perception evolved. Yang elaborates:

 

    Towards the end of 2014, everyone began to focus their attention onto blockchain technology. After the ICO wave in 2017, Bitcoin was characterized as a revolutionary digital currency. After the madness at the end of 2017, people have generally heard of Bitcoin. The common man is still rather wary of cryptocurrency while some people regard Bitcoin as the best digital investment product.

 

When it comes to China’s legal restrictions on the crypto industry, and OTC trading in the country, Yang told news.Bitcoin.com there will always be a demand.

 

“I would say that there is always a demand for OTC trading. Due to restrictive legislation on exchanges, the need for OTC will continue to exist to satisfy investment and trading needs. Thus, after regulations, OTC transactions will inevitably develop more vigorously than before.” Yang makes a small caveat: “However, from the perspective of the entire crypto market, I would say that the number of users are declining as a whole. This is due to regulation and the price of bitcoin.”

 

Covid-19 Crisis and Ensuing Market Slump

 

“I think the financial crisis has arrived. In other words, we are already caught in it,” Yang asserts.

 

    Incidentally, the financial crisis this time is not quite the same as the financial crisis of 2008. This time, as the epidemic situation worsens, many production lines and commerce have stagnated. This may cause a more significant harm to the markets.

 

Noting government efforts to stem some of the economic carnage, Yang details: “From China’s $7 trillion planned infrastructure spending to U.S. interest rate cuts and the $400 billion plan to boost their economy to protect their businesses, we can see that global governments will likely take steps to save the markets.”


He also notes that some Chinese see the covid-19 crisis and ensuing crypto market plunge demonstrating “a certain degree of correlation between bitcoin and gold” as they have not appeared to follow the S&P stock market index in more recent events.

 

“We can see that the [crypto] price slump this time happened after the plunge of the U.S. stock market and crude oil,” he elaborates. “Likewise, it has also led to gold to fall as well. This morning (March 19), the S&P 500 circuit breaker occurred for the fourth time this month. However, gold did not fall together with the index and neither has bitcoin.”

 

Yang views the recent plummet in crypto prices as “a rapid deleveraging process” which will ultimately help crypto. “In the long run, it is conducive to the long-term development of cryptocurrencies. After this plunge, the development of cryptocurrencies will be more healthy and positive.”

 

Despite a Rough Start to 2020, China Still Bullish on Bitcoin

 

Challenges of the new year notwithstanding, Yang says that “when there is a crisis there are opportunities,” and “While some older traditional businesses may fall, at the same time, new business models may arise … the epidemic in China has actually accelerated the rise of e-commerce, remote working, online education and many other industries that were not that popular before.” He also predicts good things for bitcoin’s price, detailing:

 

    I think that this round of decline is the result of the leverage effect in the crypto market, and it needs to burst its bubble. There will still be some fluctuations, but all in all the market is likely to have a strong recovery within a year, and is very likely to exceed the previous all-time-high.

 

Bitkan’s goal into 2020 remains to make crypto investment easier by way of a “one-stop crypto investment platform,” the CEO notes. As for China, Yang maintains that there is a marked difference between speculators and investors, the latter typically remaining steadfast through storms while some of the former peel off in defeat, and summarizes: “Although the view of the Bitcoin community in China is still relatively fragmented, the overall voice of the community is still bullish as it is currently in a period of severe volatility.”

 

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