DECENT Attends The First Major Blockchain Conference In Vietnam

March 08, 2018

Over 300 professionals in Tech, Finance and Marketing met during Vietnam Blockchain Week, an event organized by Infinity Blockchain Labs in order to expand their knowledge and networks. The conference took place in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on March 7th & 8th, 2018.

Our own Founder and CEO, Matej Michalko spoke in front of a large Blockchain community of tech-savvy professionals and knowledge junkies. The Vietnam conference hosted 1,500 participants, 50 speakers, over 500 companies and included presentations from 15 case studies.

Matej was involved in a panel was P2P trading marketplaces and smarter transactions. He had an opportunity to spread the word about enabling transactions from cash only customers, a topic closely related to DECENT’s project ALAX, the joint venture between us and game distribution platform Dragonfly, which is set to transform the gaming industry around the world.

During the discussion, Matej explained how DECENT uses blockchain technology and our DCoreplatform to bring better distribution, easier payments, and integrated user rewards. In addition to presenting our technology to multiple entrepreneurs and startups, Matej also had the chance to meet and shake hands with David Elson, one of our liaison in Vietnam working on ALAX project, which is rapidly approaching their TGE (Token Generation Event) planned for April 17th.

Many leaders in the industry participated at the conference, for example Nguyen Hung Nguyen, CIO of the National Payment Corporation of Vietnam (NAPAS), Charles Hoskinson, CEO of Invictus, the company behind Cardano, and former CEO of Ethereum,  Malcolm Lerider, Senior R&D Manager of China’s largest blockchain platform NEO, and many others.

He success of this conference puts Vietnam in the driver’s seat as they are building an important position in the world’s information and communication industry (ICT) empowering blockchain and 4.0 technologies, the key theme of the event. DECENT is proud to have been a part of this country’s first major blockchain conference.