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CRYPTO SOFTWARE INCORPORATED (CSWI) has emerged from the holding company Lion Rock Group Limited. The central office of LionRockGroup Limited is based in Hong Kong. Since 2011, CRYPTO SOFTWARE INCORPORATED has been operating as an independent company specializing in software and crypto security issues. Since its inception, CSWI has worked closely with the largest British financial institutions, trading platforms in the UK, the USA, and in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, with scientific and educational centers of these countries and with companies specializing in international trade security.
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Chinese aluminum billionaire indicted for $2 billion tariff evasion scheme: WSJ


A Chinese billionaire has been indicted by a grand jury on charges he schemed with the aluminum company he founded to evade $1.8 billion of tariffs by smuggling huge amounts of the metal into the United States, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday.

Liu Zhongtian, 55, and China Zhongwang Holdings Ltd (HK:1333), where he served as chairman and president, were among several defendants charged in a 24-count indictment by the Los Angeles grand jury.

NBA Partners With Firm Behind CryptoKitties for Crypto Collectible Game


The United States National Basketball Association (NBA) and its affiliated union — the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) — have partnered with Dapper Labs of CryptoKitties-fame to release a new crypto collectibles game.

According to an official announcement on the NBPA website, the upcoming game is scheduled to launch in early 2020.

China’s Factory Gauge Edges Up Amid Ongoing Growth Concerns

07.31.2019, (Bloomberg)
The first official indicator of China’s economy in the second half of 2019 showed conditions for factories improved slightly amid an ongoing government push to support the sector as it suffers from weak global demand and the U.S. trade war.

The manufacturing purchasing managers’ index rose to 49.7 in July, led by better conditions for large companies. The below-50 reading still signals contraction, though is better than the median estimate of 49.6 in a survey of economists. The non-manufacturing gauge fell to 53.7.