Nearly 50 billion dollars have been raised
The fourth Digital China Summit took place in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, between 25-26 April.
The event focused on China’s digital transformation showcasing developments and applications of digital technologies including AI, blockchain and big data. In addition, the exhibition aimed to increase industry exchanges to promote digital economy growth as well as to stimulate new dynamics for a better e-governance as well as the construction of a smarter society.
Digital yuan had its first public display at the Digital China Summit, where tech giants JD.com and Ant Group introduced new payment platforms compatible with digital yuan.
The exhibition hosted 54 leading companies, including tech giants Alibaba, Huawei and Tencent, as well as attracted more than 100,000 visitors.
A total of 523 projects were signed during the event allowing to raise nearly 50 billion dollars.