The Court in China recognizes NTFs as virtual assets protected by law and supports legislation that recognizes NFTs as virtual assets and clarifies that they remain secure as virtual assets.

A court in Hangzhou, the capital of the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang, reviews a new dispute between a local digital arts platform that canceled the sale of NFTs to customers as well as users who claimed the company used them without their consent. This operation was closed and all activities and plans were stopped and deactivated without informing them where the platform which issued the refund review states that the move was due to a wrong person’s information Wherein the order was to be canceled without providing the actual system and its authentication as per the know the customer process where as the order of the scheme states that NFT collection assets represent exclusive rights and value and controllability and trading capabilities of the customers while digital collection is a virtual and There are real properties that suggest that Chinese crypto journalist Colin Wu, known as ‘Wu Blockchain’ on Twitter, made a statement on the subject and was added by the Justice Authority that the matter In this all his translation does not violate the laws of the country and any rule while it is in line with the rule nor violates the actual guidance to prevent economic and financial risk he sir tell me that the virtual court It said that the original expression and digital collection is powered by the art of the creator himself.
Therefore, the Hangzhou court concluded, NFTs fall within the category of a type of collectible Avaya property and by this status it expresses. This only shows that e-commerce website deals with all these activities and must be regulated under China’s e-commerce law which is very necessary because the previous government has banned the issuing and trading of coin like bitcoin and mining them. These are often digitally archived to avoid association with the crypto space while allowing regulators to curb all speculation. In April this year, reports surfaced that popular Chinese messaging app WeChat was suspending all accounts linked to NFTs, and in September it was revealed that China’s National Copyright Administration had filed a lawsuit over copyright infringement and other piracy in the Collection case. Has started a new crackdown campaign which is a proof that the Chinese government certainly does not want the NFT related cases to be exposed again in any way and for this it is trying to crack down on crypto by starting a nationwide crackdown. wants to transform the industry into a digital archiving one. Therefore non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, represent a virtual or digital asset under republic law whereby it is in the interest of and with the customer to decide how to sell and store their tokens. and how he uses it to rent it, the decision turned into a dispute between a customer and a platform hired only to sell a collection of tokens.


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