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NextTech a founding member of blockchain association

Released at: 14:29, 04/07/2018

NextTech a founding member of blockchain association

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Group joins 15 others in founding International Blockchain Technology Association.

by My Van

The NextTech Group and 15 companies active in blockchain technology in Asia, the Americas, and Africa are the founding members of the International Blockchain Technology Association (IBTA), headquartered in New York.

The association was officially launched within the framework of the Global Small and Medium Enterprise Conference held in Beijing, China on June 23 and 24.

The IBTA is a global not-for-profit organization with members including businesses, government agencies, universities, research institutes, and independent experts who apply blockchain technology to promote economic growth.

Its focus is on providing in-depth knowledge on blockchain, holding seminars and events on a regional and global scale, offering training on knowledge dissemination, and building capacities in the future.

Members will be updated on the latest information, knowledge and trends in blockchain in a variety of fields such as technology, economics, and law, provided practical lessons, and benefit from expanded relationships with other professionals in a particular field.

NextTech is honored to have been voted on to the Executive Board along with five other companies from Japan, South Korea and China working together to promote the application of blockchain technology in society.

Blockchain is a breakthrough distributed data warehousing technology that transparently translates IT systems and has become an important trend in the world of technology in recent years. In Vietnam, the NextTech Group is one of the pioneers in developing blockchain applications in many areas, such as e-know your customer (e-KYC), logistics, and e-commerce.

Settling on becoming the “Southeast Asian Rocket”, the group is pursuing Rocket Internet’s “boot camp” model. It is present in six countries in Southeast Asia as well as the US.

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