Speaking Engagement

The U.S. - Asia Blockchain Roundtable Investments

04 Dec 2021 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Morrison & Foerster, New York Office
250 West 55th Street
New York,, NY 10019

Blockchain technology and many of its applications - including Decentralized Finance (DeFi), Gaming & Metaverse and Assets-backed Crypto - have gained considerable traction in recent years. With the rapid rise and development of blockchain technology across the globe, information sharing is essential to navigating the decentralized market effectively and finding the best opportunities. Toward this goal, the US-Asia Blockchain Roundtable hosted by VietChallenge will be the first in a series of events aimed at facilitating the sharing of information and fostering a network of entrepreneurs and investors in both US and Asia interested in blockchain and its application across the two continents.

Beyond opportunities for open networking, the Roundtable includes three talk/Q&A sessions featuring prominent blockchain entrepreneurs and investors who will offer varied perspectives on the future direction of the market. First, Loi Luu, CEO of Kyber Network, will introduce projects they have developed for DeFi applications. Paul Menchov, Founder of CoinList, will speak on assessing and investing in DeFi and NFT projects. Trung Nguyen from Axie Infinity will then discuss his business in Metaverse gaming and NFT, as well as promising projects his team has been spearheading in response to the rising traction of Metaverse and the recent success of Axie Infinity. Kendrick Nguyen, CEO and Founder of Republic, will share his insights from investing in blockchain arena and Republic's approaches towards Asset-backed Cryptocurrencies. Bruno Macchialli, CEO of Delchain Limited, will then bring to the roundtable discussion his knowledge about the latest trend in crypto adoption cycle, and experience providing banking, asset management, trading and other financial services for blockchain companies. Each speaker will also share their personal experience investing in blockchain projects and/or investment opportunities they are closely following.



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