Whitelabel exchange platform ChainUP and cryptocurrency exchange BiKi.com kick off Singapore Blockchain Week with the opening event on November 11th. The rest of the week will see premium industry events Blockshow Asia, Singapore Fintech Festival and CoinMarketCap: The Capital, taking place alongside a buffet of fringe events. The city-state will be welcoming a massive gathering of the global ecosystem of blockchain and crypto players – an assortment of projects, exchanges, investment institutions, influencers as well as the wider blockchain community.
The Singapore Blockchain Week opening event will be held in downtown Singapore on the evening of Nov 11th. The event is initiated and hosted by ChainUP and BiKi.com in close collaboration with sponsors and partners Node Capital, Jinse Finance, HiCoin, HashFin, CoinTime, BlockChoice, NodePlus and TradingMaster. Co-organizer SMC Capital, a BiKi Partner Node from London, will also be coming on board, having previously partnered with BiKi for the high-profiled Bitcoinist-moderated event, Invest and Trade London.
At the Singapore Blockchain Week conference, the congregation of industry leaders and influencers will focus on analyzing the progress of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies in 2019 and discuss the future developing trends as the industry moves into 2020 such as trading software and bitcoin price.
Kickstarting the evening will be CEO Ethan Ng of BiKi.com Southeast Asia who is presenting a case study in how to fast-track an exchange to amass 1 million traders and USD 600 million in trading volume within a year through innovative trading software and accurate bitcoin price charts.
“We are looking forward to a great turnout for this event,” said CEO Ethan Ng, “with the impressive lineup of panelists, speakers and attendees from esteemed VCs, whom we are very happy to have met along the way on our globalization world tour. To have them in BiKi’s industry circle now is indeed a privilege. At Singapore Blockchain Week’s opening event, they will be able to provide great insights to the audience on intriguing topics like “How to Disrupt the Chinese Cryptocurrency Exchange Market” and “Blockchain Investments in 2020” which is such a value-add to our audience. The networking session after that will be very useful to everyone attending as well, as it is a rare opportunity to get to know these big players.”
Delving for deeper insights, the rest of the panel of speakers include BiKi.com founder Winter, who has published a study titled “Crypto Exchange: the Financial Center of the Blockchain Era”; global market leader ChainUP’s CEO, Zhong Gengfa, who will deliver a keynote with forecasts on the new challenges and gameplays of 2020 for crypto exchanges; Du Jun, founder of Huobi and Node Capital, with investments in more than 200 blockchain projects; as well as key personnel from established organizations Neo Global Capital, Tembusu Ventures, Jubilee Capital, Du Capital, EOS VC, QCP Capital, Longhash Singapore and Dymon Asia. A turnout of over 300 attendees is expected for the evening, which will wrap up with a business networking reception.
Consistently ranked as one of the world’s best places to do business, Singapore has been recognized as the leading fintech hub in Southeast Asia. The last couple of years has also witnessed massive growth in the number of businesses using disruptive technologies such as blockchain, and concurrently, cryptocurrencies and trading software, in the city.
For more information on the event, please visit Opening Event of Singapore Blockchain Week.
ChainUP is one of the leading global blockchain technology solution providers. It owns eight well-developed product lines: digital assets trading, wallet, situational awareness, public chain and consortium blockchain, mining pool, blockchain cloud media, liquidity and broker. ChainUP has constructed an industrial closed-loop – from technology services to traffic and traffic commercialization. It has served more than 200 digital asset exchange customers and more than 50 digital wallet customers worldwide, covering more than 50 million users in over 20 countries from Asia, Europe, America and Oceania.