Assembles Staggering VC Lineup From Korea Blockchain's Finest

By: yourPRstrategist
SINGAPORE - Oct. 4, 2019 - PRLog -- Well-aware that global success is not an  accident, fast-growing trading platform is strategically and meticulously penetrating new markets and countries. With recent appointments of key personnel, the ambitious exchange is poised and ready to continue implementation of their global expansion initiatives.

South Korea marks the fifth stop on their global agenda, with the BiKi team attending D.Fine at Korea Blockchain Week. This was followed by another global meet-up, which was co-hosted together with Chain Partners Inc., recognized as one of the most reputable firms in the Korean blockchain industry with steady media coverage, venture capital backing, a global network, and a record of rapid product engineering. Leveraging on their strong industry connections and vast network in Korea, Chain Partners CEO Charles Pyo and Head of Advisory Jackson Ra worked closely together with the BiKi team to produce a full-house turnout packed with esteemed VC panelists and industry specialists.

The staggering lineup of panelists, which included the biggest names in the Korean Blockchain VC space, was invited to join in the "Investment Insights" discussion. That such established Korean VC firms such as Block Crafters Capital,  Block Patch, BlockTower Capital and RocketFuel were drawn to participate in the BiKi event, is a testament to the young exchange's growing influence in the industry. The firms will also be partnering with BiKi to seek out high-potential project listings and increase the exchange's database of users, while simultaneously boosting BiKi's presence in Korea.

The topic "What's to Come in 2020: Major Shifts in the Crypto Investment Space" garnered diverse responses from the insightful panel:

"There are too many blockchain protocols out there and most of them have already 'printed the cash' to sustain themselves through the next cycle. Currently right now the market perspective is really 'heavy' on Bitcoin. With regards to the right blockchain for putting d'Apps on top of, it should be a free-for-all. Anyone can choose what's best for them. At this point I don't think it really matters. D'App developers should, however, be proactive to being  inter-operable when there is a clear winner. " - Joony Koo, Founding Member of Block Crafters.

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