posted on 12 Dec 2021
We are pleased to share that we will be publishing a monthly crypto column "Crypto Watch" in Business Times, every second Monday of the month. Our partner Genping Liu aims to share his perspectives of crypto investing from the "Classic VC" point of view.
We invite you to share questions, ideas or suggestions you may have with us too, for this monthly column too via firstname.lastname@example.org
First column (13 Dec 2021): Crypto is as crypto does: Risk profiles differ, invest accordingly
In this first issue, he shared the reason behind the recent flash crash, sending bitcoin in free fall by 20% and more importantly, the three risk profiles of various crypto assets, as a primer for the future issues.
Read more: https://bit.ly/BTcryptowatch1
Second Column (10 Jan 2022): 'I have seen the future, and it works.' But is it Web3?
In this second issue, Genping shared the reason behind Jack Dorsey's ongoing public spat on "Web3", demystified Web3 from the perspective of an investor and shared what to look out for when investing into Web3 projects.
Read more: https://bit.ly/BTcryptowatch2
Leung Pui Yan shares a three-part Climate series is to demystify ClimateTech investment in the context of Southeast Asia, and encourage more conversations amongst the stakeholders within our regional ecosystem around this topic. The second part highlights the climate issues in SEA and positive developments as well as potential climate-related solutions.
Leung Pui Yan shares a three-part Climate series is to demystify ClimateTech investment in Southeast Asia. This first part will be focused on clarifying the basic concepts and jargons around Sustainability and Climate Change, as well as provide a broad global context of ClimateTech investment trends.
Over the last decade, the rising popularity of the sharing economy has extended to ride hailing services, which has transformed the way we commute. While traditional ride hailing business models are offline, often involving taxis plying routes for potential customers, modern ride hailing services including Uber and Grab leverage internet access to secure prospects. This case study on Grab and Uber highlights the promising global ride hailing market outlook and the market potential in Southeast Asia.