China disclosed 29 blockchain application projects in January, the number of global disclosed projects fell 43.2% month-on-month

According to the interchain pulse news, in January 2020, a total of 46 blockchain application projects were disclosed worldwide, compared with the projects disclosed in December 2019, a decrease of about 43.2% from the previous month, of which 29 were disclosed in China, 53 from the previous month Down 45.3%. In the first, middle, and late January, China disclosed 13, 11, and 5 items, respectively, in terms of time or because of the impact of the Spring Festival holiday. At the same time, the number of applications in January worldwide has also decreased significantly. Outside China, the U.S. has the most disclosures, with seven; Belgium has two disclosures; and eight countries, including the United Kingdom and India, each disclose one. Among the projects disclosed in January 2020, government-led projects are still the mainstays. Of the 29 projects in China, 17 are government-dominated projects. Outside of China, projects launched in January are mostly led by companies in different industries, technology companies, and commercial banks in various countries.