On January 10, 2019 I spoke at the Blockchain Supply Chain Forum in Hong Kong to an enthusiastic group of industry executives and professionals from the supply chain sector. The topic was about “How Blockchain is Making Supply Chain More Efficient” from a data driven perspective through examples such as 53% out of 1053 Senior Executive respondents in a Deloitte survey named supply chain as the number one use case for blockchain technology and highlighting what supply chain executives see as their biggest challenges while comparing that to the focus of various blockchain solutions being developed.
We also explored very specific Food Supply Chain Traceability issues across North America, Europe, and Asia highlighting specific outbreaks and scandals over the last decade and how these are being addressed by specific blockchain initiatives with companies such as Walmart, IBM, Tsinghua University, DiscoveryIoT, and Vechain.
On January 11, 2019 I was honoured to have delivered a keynote and was part of the Presentation of the World Blockchain Awards (WBA) Asia at the reputable World Blockchain Forum (WBF) in Shenzhen, China. One of the key questions people always ask in the blockchain or cryptocurrency markets is “What are the real developments happening in Blockchain?” and we helped to address that question. The keynote featured insights into “How Blockchain Will Transform Industries” with specific examples of what real companies are achieving across various industries including Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Communication, Enterprise Storage, Banking & Finance, Investment Banking, Identity Management, Retail & E-commerce, Entertainment, Education, and Media.
It’s been an exciting start to 2019 filled with enthusiasm despite market conditions and I’m looking forward to continued progress in the month to come.
Managing Partner at Blockchain Founders Fund, Senior Investment Advisor to BitBlock Capital and Fiat Capital Fund, and a Co-Founder and the Former CEO of a digital currency exchange.
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