Singapore, April 17, 2018 — Come April 17 and 18, about 100 blockchain movers and shakers in the industry will share on its latest developments and applications at the Global Inclusive Blockchain Conference.
The conference, to be conducted in Mandarin and English, is jointly organised by SUSS Fintech & Blockchain community and Longhash, a China blockchain technology company. Held in SUSS campus along Clementi Road, the conference will bring together leading practitioners, thought leaders, and scholars, to discuss a wide range of topics related to blockchain, from macroeconomics to finance & investment, regulation, standards & applications, and technical matters.
With the world bracing itself for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, this timely conference will offer participants an opportunity to keep abreast of the latest developments in blockchain.
The conference will be opened by Mr Roy Teo, Director of FinTech & Innovation Group of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), on April 17. Other distinguished speakers include Dr Xiao Feng, Chairman and CEO of Shanghai Wanxiang Blockchain Inc., Mr James Gong, CEO of ChainB – China’s leading blockchain publication, and Ms Eva Foo, Founder of Scry.info.
On April 18, the conference will also feature a panel on “Young Influencers” comprising students and alumni of SUSS, where they will share their personal experiences relating to blockchain. Through the SUSS Fintech & Blockchain community pioneered by the School of Business (SBIZ), our students and graduates have been immersed in the innovative blockchain development. Many have already started businesses related to blockchain, or are successfully engaged in blockchain projects across various companies.
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