Posts Tagged ‘P2P’

Is P2P Lending Out Of Control In China?

Internet financeThe China Banking Regulatory Commission appears ready to issue new guidelines that will cap P2P lending and curtail some of …


Chinese Internet Loan Platform Eyes IPO In U.S.

Chinese P2P loan company China Rapid Finance plans to launch an initial public offering in America in the first half of 2016, and the company aims to raise up to USD200 million. According to reports in foreign media, Morgan Stanley, Citibank, and Jefferies are handling the deal and China Rapid Finance may choose to be […]


P2P Security Firm Focuses On China

U.S.-based technology security firm Arbor Networks is opening a regional development center in Beijing to develop Chinese-specific application protocol classifications for Chinese peer-to-peer and file sharing services such as PPLive, Xunlei and QQ.


Qihoo 360 Will Launch Software To Block Pop-ups

Qihoo 360 has announced that its pop-up blocker, which can automatically close pop-up windows of desktop software, is undergoing a small beta test.


China Will Issue Second Batch Of Internet Multimedia Licenses

China will soon issue the second batch of information network audio and video program licenses, which allow companies to provide Internet video websites.


PPlive Accused Of Violating IPR

Beijing Shidai Yingyin International Entertainment Co., Ltd has filed a lawsuit against Shanghai Juli Media Technology Co., Ltd, the owner of Internet video platform provider PPlive which allegedly violated its copyright, at the Shanghai Pudong Court and claims CNY330,000 in compensation.