What happens when your $3 billion startup doesn’t make it to the moon?

The startup has launched its first beta test of its product in China, and the company is hoping to expand it globally in the coming months.

In China, the startup says it’s been able to build on its previous successes in the country by focusing on developing the product around the country’s existing internet infrastructure, with the goal of making it as easy as possible for a Chinese citizen to access the internet.

“We are a global startup,” the company said in a blog post.

“We have built a scalable product that will allow a Chinese person to get online anywhere and to have a full internet experience.

We have built it for China’s own internet ecosystem, and for its economy.

It is also designed to be fully customizable, and can be tailored to individual users.”

The startup said it’s working on “customizing” the beta version of the product, and that it expects to release a more polished version later this year.

The startup has launched its first beta test of its product in China, and the company is hoping to expand…