Teams Up With Bad Crypto Podcast To Redistribute Popular Interviews In Chinese Inc. has teamed up with The Bad Crypto Podcast to gain the rights to redistribute the most popular interviews on the podcast in Chinese on The premier financial information website for Chinese-speaking investors also made a major announcement recently regarding the expansion of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Inc.

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According to reports, the interviews that will be translated and then redistributed in Chinese include those of Charlie Lee, the Founder and Developer of Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin (BTC) Jesus Roger Ver, and CEO and Founder of tZERO Patrick Bryne. Apart from redistributing these interviews in Chinese, the platform will also broadcast the interview of the company’s CEO Warren Wang who appeared on The Bad Crypto Podcast on May 23 this year for an interview. It was the second time that the CEO has appeared on the podcast. Prior to that Mr. Wang appeared in an interview in December last year and offered his views on cryptocurrency in China and Bitcoin.

The CEO of said, “We are confident that this lighthearted, entertaining programming offered in Chinese will be well received by viewers looking to expand their crypto knowledge whether they are newbies or more experienced crypto investors.”

ChineseHempOil Appoints Nina Wang VC Of Sales

According to reports, the subsidiary of ChineseInvestors has appointed Nina Wang Vice President of Sales for the company’s United States Consumer Retail/E-Commerce Division in a move to expand its domestic sales force. Mrs. Wang has served as the Merchant Services Sales Manager at USA First Credit Card, Inc. for 10 years prior to joining ChineseHempOil.

She joined the company in March 2018 and since then has recruited a team of sales representatives to accomplish the target of wholesale and consignment sales of the company in the Los Angeles area. The efforts have become successful as the Chinese hemp oil-based company has managed to build strategic relationships with more than 70 retail establishments in the LA area. The company will use this association to consign its OptHemp products to these establishments and also has plans to expand it further in the region of Northern California.

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