Asian Exchange Landscape: Growth in the age of Blockchain Technology

Asian exchanges have come a long way in the past decade and are now highly competitive, both technologically and through their product offerings. In this report by Kapronasia, we analyse the overall Asian exchange landscape through several key factors, before taking a more detailed look into each of the region's leading markets.

Published: Dec 2017

Report Description

Asian exchanges have seen steady growth throughout the last decade. Investment in technology and the introduction of new financial products have enabled some of the leading exchanges in the region to catch up and compete with their Western counterparts. However, if the region's exchanges are to continue growing, increased regulation and the emergence of disruptive forces such as ICO's and Blockchain technology could prove to be a decisive and intricate hurdle.

This report, will begin by analyzing the size and recent performance of the leading Asian exchanges, followed by a discussion on the impact of the slowdown in several of the region’s economies and the growing competition. In addition to this, the report goes on to consider how the rise in popularity of blockchain technology and ICOs is impacting the region. Furthermore, the report reviews the specific recent developments for each of the leading markets including Japan, China, India, Singapore, South Korea and Hong Kong, before finally discussing the common regulatory concerns faced by these markets.



Asian Exchange Landscape: Growth in the age of Blockchain Technology Report Details

  • Number of Pages: 17 (excluding cover/back pages)
  • Number of Tables & Charts: 2

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Market Overview
    • Market capitalisation and recent performance
    • Economic slowdown and effect on capital markets 
    • Growing competition 
    • Challenges such as greater use of Bitcoins, Blockchain technology and popularity of ICOs
  • A look at the leading markets:
    • Japan
    • China
    • India
    • South Korea
    • Singapore
    • Hong Kong
  • Common regulatory concerns
  • Conclusion

Graphs and Charts:

  • Domestic Market Capitalization
  • Value of Share Trading