Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) is one of the major stock exchanges of China. China is taking action against companies that are planning to start Blockchain research labs as on 21st March, a local media reported that SZSE has started an investigation against a company that has announced its plans to start a Blockchain research lab for applications in the medicinal industry.
Stock Trading Company
The stock trading of healthcare device manufacturer, Lifesense has been suspended by SZSE temporarily and now the company is required to provide all the information, explaining why Blockchain technology is so important for the company, also the project’s plans for the next three-years, as well as the amount of Lifesense’s funding shares.
Letter Issued by SZSE
On Tuesday, March 20, SZSE issued a letter and ordered Lifesense to reveal all the details about its plans to launch a “Blockchain laboratory.” SZSE is also expecting to get a reply from Lifesense by 23rd March. The announcement of Lifesense project is the move that made the company’s share price upsurge by 10% as it succeeded to grab the attention of the stock exchange while the price hit the daily limit of SZSE.
A similar inquiry was sent by SZSE to Zhejiang Enjoyor Electronics earlier this week, which made Enjoyor Electronics confiscate its announcement on WeChat as it claimed to launch the very first Blockchain-based electrical data forensic certificate, all around the world. A warning was also issued by SZSE in January that it’s going to carefully observe those companies that are using the popularity of Blockchain to improve their stock prices.
Companies Investigated By SZSE
According to China Money Network, over 20 listed companies have been investigated by SZSE due to the baseless claims about Blockchain technology. Earlier, a report was published on companies that were using the ‘Blockchain’ word in the US to improve their share prices through the publicity surrounding the innovative technology.
In February, SEC suspended three companies from trading that revealed statements about getting “Blockchain technology-related assets.”Also,
U.S. SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) has announced more investigation of companies in the US, who alter their name to add the word “Blockchain” into it.