Crypto Baijiu Bank Set For Take Off

China’s prized Baijiu liquor is about to enter the world of crypto as the team behind the Italian Wine Crypto Bank is set to launch the world’s first-ever Baijiu bank in September. The project is described as an innovative initiative that will bring together blockchain, NFTs, digital assets, and one of the most sought-after collectible Chinese liqueurs in the world. The bank will accept a wide range of cryptocurrencies, including BTC, ETH, ADA, BNB, LTC, TRN, DOGE, USDT, DAI, SHIB, BUSD, NANO, BTCV, BTT, XLM, TUSD, USDC, WBTC, and PAX USD.

According to Vinicio Eminenti, a prominent wine and spirits distributor, the revolutionary concept is being built on the expertise accumulated in the last few years with crypto wine banks. He is a partner of The I Factor LTD, a Hong Kong-based company that owns the trademark of the Crypto World Wine Bank and the Italian Wine Crypto Bank.

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Doing business In China – Risks & Challenges

Looking to do business in China? Look no further than this comprehensive guide. Irv Graham draws on his extensive experience of conducting business in China for over 25 years to provide valuable insights on the laws, culture, customs, etiquette, and more.

What makes this book stand out is its practical, no-nonsense approach. It’s a great starting point for anyone looking to enter the Chinese market, providing invaluable tips on navigating Chinese business culture, customs, and etiquette, as well as practical advice on appropriate attire and conduct.

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Investors Can Now Buy Baijiu Shares Via Hong Kong Stock Market

Investors seeking to capitalize on the growing demand for baijiu in China can now do so through an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) launched on the Hong Kong stock market. The E-Fund CSI Liquor Index ETF, launched by E-Fund Management, tracks the CSI Liquor Index and contains shares of companies listed in both Shenzhen and Hong Kong that derive the majority of their revenue from alcohol production and distribution, with baijiu accounting for 95% of alcohol consumption in China.

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Antiques Dealer’s Discovery Unearths 300-Year-Old Imperial Baijiu Recipe Outshines World’s Leading Brand

A Newcastle antiques dealer has found himself going head-to-head with a major baijiu company. Irving Graham, who also specializes in Chinese antique appraisals, made headlines when he stumbled upon an old baijiu recipe hidden inside a cracked imperial wine cup that he had bought at auction. Upon selling the cup for a substantial profit, Graham dedicated himself to recreating the original recipe, which had been personally selected by the Emperor Kangxi and contained nine unique ingredients.

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Baijiu Rescue Mission Averts Fly-tipping Fiasco in Jiangxi

Jiangxi, China – A truck driver experienced a rollercoaster of emotions yesterday when his truck overturned in the province of Jiangxi, spilling over 700,000 yuans worth of expensive Baijiu Maotai onto the road and into a nearby river. The driver, who was not familiar with the road conditions, was worried that the local villagers would loot the spilled Baijiu. However, to his surprise, the villagers came to his aid and helped him recover the boxes that had scattered on the road and riverbank.

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Antique Bottle Of Baijiu Found During A House Clearance

A rare bottle of Baijiu, a traditional Chinese spirit, has been discovered in a house clearance in the UK by Northern House Clearance, a professional house clearance company. The bottle, in good condition, is believed to be over 50 years old and is considered a rare and valuable find.

The Baijiu was found amongst the items being cleared from a house in the north of England and is expected to fetch a good price at auction. After being discovered, the bottle was returned to the family who had no idea it even existed.

The family have now decided to put the bottle up for sale, along with several other items that were also found during the house clearance. The sale is expected to draw attention from Baijiu enthusiasts and collectors from around the world.

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Baijiu and business: How Baijiu is becoming a popular choice for corporate gift-giving and networking

Baijiu, a traditional Chinese spirit made from fermented grains, has been gaining popularity globally in recent years. Not only is it being re-imagined by mixologists in the form of innovative cocktails, but it’s also becoming a popular choice for corporate gift-giving and networking.

Traditionally, Baijiu has been a staple in Chinese business culture. It’s often served during business meetings and negotiations as a symbol of respect and goodwill. As the spirit gains popularity globally, it’s becoming more common to see it being used in international business settings as well.

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Baijiu vs Vodka

Baijiu, also known as “white liquor,” is a clear, potent Chinese spirit that has been enjoyed for centuries. It is made from fermented sorghum, wheat, rice, or other grains and can have a strong, pungent aroma and a fiery taste. Baijiu is often considered the national drink of China and is the most consumed spirit in the world.

Vodka, on the other hand, is a clear spirit that is made from fermented grains or potatoes. It is commonly associated with Eastern Europe, particularly Russia and Poland, but is now produced and consumed globally. Vodka is known for its smooth, neutral taste and is often used as a base for cocktails.

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The future of Baijiu: How Baijiu is gaining popularity globally and being re-imagined by mixologists

Baijiu, a traditional Chinese liquor made from fermented grains, has been enjoyed for centuries in China and other parts of Asia. However, in recent years, baijiu has begun to gain popularity globally, with more and more people discovering the distinct and complex flavors of this ancient spirit.

One of the reasons for baijiu’s growing popularity is the increasing interest in all things Chinese, including its culture and cuisine. As more people travel to China and other parts of Asia, they are exposed to baijiu and are becoming curious about trying it. Additionally, with the increasing globalization of the food and drink industry, more and more people are looking to discover new and exciting flavors, and baijiu offers just that.

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Pairing Baijiu With Thai Food

Thai food is known for its bold and flavorful combinations of spices and herbs, making it a delicious and unique cuisine to experience. However, when it comes to pairing it with alcohol, many people may not know where to start. One option to consider is baijiu, a traditional Chinese spirit that is gaining popularity in the Western world.

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