Investing in digital currency remains illegal in Vietnam, and those who encourage people to invest in schemes are considered offenders of the law, according to local authorities. Residents were reportedly advised to tread with caution and avoid being defrauded by…
With its developed capabilities in manufacturing and technology services, Vietnam has almost on a par with countries like India, China and Japan in exploiting the digital world for the greater good of its population.
Vietnam is laying out a plan to get its citizens purchasing online. The plan aims to get half of the country’s population buying online within five years, which would be a boon for its economy
With the country an attractive software outsourcing destination for multinationals, Vietnam’s recruitment demand for IT staff has quadrupled in the last decade.
This week the trading platform Bvnex Exchange announced the support of bitcoin cash on the Vietnam-based fiat-crypto trading platform. The support gives the Vietnamese market and other regions in Asia, the ability to trade bitcoin cash for VNDT- Vietnam dong.
The municipal government of HCMC has submitted plans to develop a large tech zone, that is being dubbed the ‘Silicon Valley of Vietnam’
Prime Minister gives e-cash and e-government a hurry-up as Apple tunes in to its manufacturing smarts
Facebook, in partnership with the US Mission to Vietnam and partners, launched a “Facebook for Vietnam” campaign to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Vietnam-US relations.
A ransomware attack targeting government systems in Vietnam and several neighboring countries has been discovered by an Israeli cybersecurity firm.
Vietnam’s finance ministry has established a research group to develop and scrutinize digital-currency-related policy proposals.
There were 203 cyber attacks in Vietnam in April, a drop of more than 68 percent from a year ago, an official agency says.
The digital and platform economies would become pillars of our future society, said Nguyễn Đức Thành, former director of the Institute for Economic and Policy Research (VEPR).
Apparently everyone’s cyber-spooks are mad for this right now
Company caves to government after local servers disrupted
Facebook’s local servers in Vietnam were taken offline early this year, slowing local traffic to a crawl until it agreed to significantly increase the censorship of “anti-state” posts for local users, two sources at the company told Reuters on Tuesday.
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Two mobile apps will assist Vietnamese and foreigners complete health declarations to help contain the Covid-19 spread in the country.