Within a month, Block Innovation Tour has successfully toured 5 countries – Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines and Singapore – and conclude with a stronger tie between the ASEAN communities and the attended project owners such as MED-H, BlocBox, Assetstream, Mogu, Invech Group and Opsis.
The first-ever Blockchain Innovation Tour (BIT) has showcased six controversially avant-garde blockchain projects to the local communities of ASEAN. BIT garnered a total of 1000 attendee over five countries, and 30% of them are from venture capitals.
The tour was co-hosted by Huobi Elite, BlockACE, BlockTides and DIFY.
Ken N, the managing director and co-founder of Block Asia says, “As marketing tools starts to digitalise, we have noticed that many companies lacked a platform to build real connections with their consumers. Thus, we created Blockchain Innovation Tour for project owners to create a lively and memorable experience with the local folks.”
Not only that, it was a great event that shows great connectivity between few projects from different together growing Southeast Asia. One of the great project was Med-H from Singapore. He shares bit of his entrepreneurship journey with Coins300 and sharing how medical records should be recorded on the blockchain.
It is true that Medical records should be stored on a distributed ledger or blockchain using tools. The blockchain is shared with the patient, healthcare provider, insurer, and the government. In this case, the government acts as the regulator.
Speaking of connecting our communities together, Invech Group is on the way of building a smart city in Timor Leste.
In an ideal blockchain city, there is digital government infrastructure, secure digital identities and secure control over all data. Invech is able to provide blockchain services for the government consisting of all the said technologies, creating a digital government with digital infrastructure and safe data control. Allowing control over own data, big data analytics and providing greater opportunities. All these are possible with the blockchain.
On 15 October 2018 – MAPEM (Malaysia Economic Development Council) and INVECH have signed a MoU to appoint Invech as the main consultant to MAPEM on blockchain related matters in Malaysia.
Furthermore, BIT Malaysia managed to invite George Wong, Aaron from Luno, etc… Watch BIT Malaysia after movie video and we will be back for more updates on project interview session.
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