This week is the blockchain week in Singapore. People in the blockchain industry around the world fly in and network with the peers as well as discuss the latest development. Organized by Blockchain Pangea, Blockchain Pioneer Summit will bring together highly influential and established opinion leaders for in-depth discussions, including social impact, eco-sustainability, mass adoption and inclusivity. Pundi X is delighted to be invited to participate one of its panels.
Hosted by Coindesk, Consensus will have its renown blockchain technology summit in Singapore from September 19–20, 2018. Pundi X is delighted to be invited to participate one of its panel discussions.
The newest edition of the Pundi XPASS has been used by hundreds of representatives from the Korean arms of the world’s largest companies at a forum on the future of blockchain in Seoul, one of the world’s crypto capitals.
Last night the person or persons behind the Coinrail heist in June, offloaded 2 billion NPXS tokens in less than three hours at EtherDelta on Wednesday night. (Again, it bears repeating, Pundi X was NOT, nor has it ever been hacked, but its tokens were among those unauthorized transactions from a Korea-based exchange three months ago.)… Continue reading NPXS transactions in EtherDelta
Pundi X’s executive ranks are growing from strength to strength by adding 30 years of high finance experience with its latest hire.
Stephen DeMeulenaere, Director of International Partnerships, will be speaking at Cryptocurrency Seminar 2018 organized by American Chamber of Commerce Korea. In this seminar, leading tech and blockchain companies will join as speakers, including Intel, Blockone, Upbit and more, to talk about ‘How to Use Crypto Technologies in Your Business’.
To kick off September with a bang, we are having a flash contest starting this weekend (Sep 1 to Sep 3). We will bring one lucky person from our community to ULTRA Taiwan 2018 to experience mass adoption of blockchain-based payment transaction powered by Pundi X technology along with 30,000 festival goers.