Quienes promuevan o participen en actividades relacionadas con la recaudación de fondos por Oferta de Tokens de Valor (STO) podrían enfrentar cargos penales, al menos en Beijing. De acuerdo con información suministrada por el medio de comunicación chino Caijing, Huo Xuewen, director general de la Oficina Municipal de Trabajo Financiero de Beijing, aseguró que la […]
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