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Peter Thiel, Alan Howard, Richard Li invest in new crypto exchange Bullish

Our mission to make business better is fueled by readers like you. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today. Block.one, a blockchain software company whose long-time backers include billionaires Peter Thiel, Alan Howard and Louis Bacon, is launching a crypto exchange that seeks to combine attributes of traditional bourses with the benefits of decentralized finance.
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“Al Cappuccino” Actress Serene Lim Signs With Richard Li’s New Talent Agency

After winning first runner-up in Miss Chinese International 2017, Serene Lim‘s (林宣妤) most notable roles were in TVB’s Al Cappuccino <反黑路人甲> and Line Walker: Bull Fight <使徒行者3>. Despite not renewing her TVB contract last year and deciding to move back to Malaysia, this did not end her aspirations in acting. Now represented by billionaire Richard Li’s (李澤楷) new company Noble Castle Asia, which is investing heavy resources behind Serene, the 24-year-old’s second shot at stardom is expected to be more eventful.
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Hong Kong Tycoon Richard Li Considers Third Bridgetown SPAC

(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong billionaire Richard Li is considering setting up a third special purpose acquisition company in the U.S., according to people with knowledge of the matter. Li and tech mogul Peter Thiel have raised about $900 million via two U.S.-listed SPACs under the Bridgetown brand. Thiel will not...
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From Hong Kong Tycoon Richard Li To Citic's Private-equity Arm, SPACs Are Gaining Traction In Asia

Surging popularity in the US has Asia-based funds seeking to tap red-hot SPAC capital raising trend So-called blank-cheque companies remain in their 'infancy' in the region. Once rarely seen in the region, Asian financial sponsors and target companies are beginning to embrace what has been this year's hottest fundraising trend, special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), according to deal makers.
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