OKEx Allocates $100 Million for Blockchain Development in Asia
Beginning 1st of November, this cryptocurrency exchange with the world’s leading Bitcoin derivatives volume, will celebrate their annual Satoshi month event.
OKEx Asia is all set to commemorate the month of November to the founder of cryptocurrency, Satoshi Nakamoto. Beginning 1st of November, this cryptocurrency exchange with the world’s leading Bitcoin derivatives volume, will celebrate their annual Satoshi month event.
The Satoshi Month event will consist of numerous events and roundtable panel discussions with the industry pioneers and brightest minds across crypto and blockchain.
On the inauguration of the annual Satoshi Month event, Asia CEO of OKEx, Netero stated, “As we are proceeding towards the next industrial revolution and contrary to the previous IR 4.0, communities and infrastructure will both be an important element. We hope with our Satoshi Month awareness event, we can educate and bring to the masses the limitless possibilities of the blockchain revolution.”
Economies, digital identities and communities are soon going to be superimposed with each other. Consider these the layers that blockchain is and will thrive on. OKEx Asia has always been supportive of the latest in blockchain technology and encourages it via various initiatives.
OKEx supports and encourages high quality projects with great potential via the OKEx Blockdream Ventures. Recently, the company has also launched its Moon landing programme that is in line with increasing their marketing and communication efforts in the continent. A fund of $100 million is all set to be allocated to bring cutting edge technology and blockchain possibilities in the Asian region.
Today, joining the Satoshi Month Panel discussion titled ‘Will Metaverse be the next step of globalization? What role will Asia Play?
- Netero, Asia CEO, OKEx
- Waqar Zaka, Founder, Tenup
- Edu Patel, CEO, Mudrex
- Aadam De Cata, Partnership Lead, Mana
- Vincent Zhang, Director, OKEx BDV
- John Sedano, Community Lead, YGG