Qtum — In Singapore
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Qtum — In SingaporeIn what has become the center of the blockchain revolution, the Qtum team took charge in Singapore during the city’s Fintech Festival. At SUSS’s Inclusive Blockchain Conference, which was part of Singapore Fintech Festival, Qtum’s founder, Patrick Dai, Marketing Director, John Scianna, as well as several Qtum Dapp founders, took part in three separate panels.SUSS’s Inclusive Blockchain Conference, largely put together by Professor David Lee, attracted over 500 attendees from around the world.
Making Singapore, one of the clearest on the issue.Inclusive Blockchain PanelDuring the closing panel of the night, Qtum’s co-founder, Patrick Dai, highlighted the team’s efforts and the industry’s at large, to build technology that would be accessible to more people. The panel’s participants, who have all had unique experiences in the industry, informed the audience on what they were doing to make blockchain technology more accessible to developers, governments, and the general public.Building on QtumDuring the Building on Qtum panel, chaired by ACCESS’ Anson Zeall, Ink’s, Energo’s, Bodhi’s, and SpaceChain’s founders talked about the advantages of the Qtum Platform.
Xiahong Lin, Bodhi’s Founder, told the crowd the reason he built on Qtum was because of its appeal in the Chinese market.Blockchain and InclusionJohn Scianna, Qtum’s Marketing Director, spoke on the Blockchain and Inclusion panel. John shared his experience within the industry and vision of how large enterprises would get involved with blockchain technology, mostly through acquiring startups that get it right today.
Dušan Stojanović, founder at True Global Ventures and seasoned entrepreneur, seemed to agree that due to regulations that slow innovation and the bureaucracy of large organizations, small, nimble players will be able to better adapt to blockchain technology’s rapidly changing landscape.Patrick, Anson, John, and PeriannePictured above, Qtum’s, Patrick Dai; ACCESS’s, Anson Zeall; Qtum’s, John Scianna; and the Chamber of Digital Commerce’s, Perianne Boring. Thanks for the hard work you do promoting blockchain technology, keep up the great work.For those in Singapore that missed Qtum, we will be back for Cointelegraph’s Blockshow on November 29th and 30th.Coin spectator is an automated news aggregation service. All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Images and text owned by copyright holders are used in reference to and promotion of those respective parties. Read in Full
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