Sea cucumbers lead China’s logistics blockchain charge

Blockchain can not only make the source of goods more transparent, it has the potential to save trillions of dollars by fixing problems inside supply chains 

Alibaba launches China’s biggest robotic warehouse ahead of Singles Day

Singles Day has pulled in more than US$25 billion in sales for Alibaba last year 

Indian AR startup Tesseract wins Asia Hardware Battle 2018

From over 600 applications received across nine Asian countries, the finale has crowned India's augmented reality startup as the winner 

Ofo denies using GSE cryptocurrency for fundraising

ofo said that its relationship with GSENetwork, the company behind the GSE token, is only for a market cooperation 

Jack Ma, new retail, and robots: What we saw at Alibaba’s Computing Conference

Featuring a video recap of all the future plans that Alibaba has announced during the event 

Briefing: Findings of JD.com CEO’s rape accusation has turned over to prosecutors

The case was originally denied by JD.com, who called it slander, but then later confirmed by the company 

Dashed hopes and expectations: Israeli startups view China with a wary eye

In the early days of 2012 to 2013, Israeli entrepreneurs and venture capitalists were ecstatic at the prospect of a potential new source of investment 

Briefing: ofo denies claims it can’t pay employees

The news comes amid reports that ofo had taken a US$8.8 million loan from Alibaba 

Lending Club CEO: US’s and China’s P2P lending need clearer regulation and communication

The fast-growing sector fostered a series of unicorns: US P2P pioneer Lending Club was valued at US$5.4 billion in its 2014 IPO 

Didi’s loss of trust has industry-wide consequences

The lack of a contingency plan has hurt the reputation of Didi, the blue whale of China's ride-hailing market