Blockchain technology gained a lot of traction, in terms of popularity and adoption, globally in 2018. According to fintech analysts Juniper House, the popularity of blockchain among large enterprises rose by 11% in September as more firms move beyond proofs of concept onto trials and commercial rollouts.
As blockchain’s growth continues to grow this year, there’s a need to answer a few questions about the future of the technology—questions like, why there may be only one or a few dominant blockchains in the long run.
With this in mind, new marketing and consulting firm Faiā has organized a night of in-depth talks around the future of blockchain as part of the company’s launch in Singapore on February 1 (6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.) at the Hive Carpenter on Carpenter Street. Titled “The Great Reset,” the event will bring together thought leaders in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space to answer questions like why on-chain scaling must happen sooner rather than later as well as what everyone can expect from regulatory bodies this year and beyond, and what lies ahead for crypto exchanges.
📣 Our very first event for the year is happening Feb 1st here in #Singapore!
— Faiā | We advance communities (@faiacorp) January 10, 2019
Among the special guests at “The Great Reset” is Founding President of the bComm Association Jimmy Nguyen, who will talk about why Bitcoin matters and what’s store over the next decade. He will be joined by Vox CEO Stefano VIrgill, a seasoned entrepreneur and speaker who also owns a startup boutique advisory firm in Singapore.
“If you’re interested in the future of blockchain, and want to know what’s in store from those who’ve been involved since the early days of Bitcoin, you won’t want to miss this rare opportunity,” said George Siosi Samuels, managing director of Faiā.
The event is free of charge, but you’ll have to register now as the space is filling up fast. Sign up here, and be part of a night of intriguing and in-depth conversations around the future of blockchain!
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