LINFINITY CEO Anndy Lian is Appointed as Member of Gyeongsangbuk-do Blockchain Special Committee

On November 14, 2018, LINFINITY CEO Anndy Lian attended the “Inauguration Ceremony of the Gyeongsangbuk-do Blockchain Special Committee” organised by the Government of Gyeongsangbuk-do, in South Korea. The committee is comprised of 40 people, including top project sponsors, founders and leaders of blockchain industries, such as Brock Pierce, Chairman of the Bitcoin Foundation; Jeffrey Jones, President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea; Alexis Sirkia, founder of GSR; Jonathan Kochmer, former Information Architect of Amazon and Director of Business Development of RChain Cooperative; Eyal Oster, CEO of Momentums and Annastasiah Mhaka, Co-Founder of AAIH (the Alliance for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare.

Mr. Lian has become the newest member of these ranks, and was presented as the new ambassador of the Blockchain Special Committee. Gyeongsangbuk-do Governor, Lee Cheol-Woo, personally presented him with a Letter of Appointment.

The Gyeongsangbuk-do Blockchain Special Committee is aimed at cultivating the blockchain industry, building a blockchain research centre, attracting investment in blockchain-related projects, and promoting the development of the blockchain industry in the city of Gyeongsangbuk-do. “To nurture the blockchain industry, we will work with a special committee of national and international experts to develop strategies in a pre-emptive manner,” Mr. Lee Cheol-Woo, Gyeongsangbuk-do Governor, said at the inauguration ceremony. “The establishment of the committee is not the first time Gyeongsangbuk-do has entered the field of blockchain. This summer [2018], the Gyeongsangbuk-do Provincial Government announced plans to issue its own local cryptocurrency – ‘Gyeongbuk Coin’, which will effectively benefit businesses.”

After the ceremony, Anndy Lian delivered a keynote speech on “The Blockchain Industry Development of Gyeongsangbuk-do”. “I am very pleased to be a member of the Gyeongsangbuk-do Blockchain Committee. This is not only a personal honour, but also a recognition of LINFINTIY and its commercial development process. It is also a great honour to gather with leaders and elites in the blockchain industry to participate in the development of Gyeongbuk’s blockchain industry. LINFINITY will provide complete technical support.” He added, “As we all know, Gyeongsangbuk-do is rich in high-quality, specialist products – seafood, agricultural products and so on. LINFINITY will also use its own blockchain-based anti-counterfeiting and traceability technology to bring them to markets further afield.”

Since blockchain became a recognised industry, South Korea has always been at the forefront of business, supporting and promoting the industry itself as well as its technological development. The various blockchain test zones led by the South Korean government are in an intensive deployment phase; according to a recent report by Cointelegraph, the South Korean government plans to increase the budget for developing blockchain technology to USD$35million in 2019, three times the allocated budget for 2018.

For more information about LINFINITY and their future activities, please visit www.linfinity.io or contact pr@linfinity.io.

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新加坡《联合早报》专题报道 | LINFINITY助中小企业区块链“信息上链”

“区块链技术能够协助中小企业与时俱进,为供应链管理注入新活力,协助企业在竞争激烈的市场巩固自己的位置。”

   — Anndy Lian 接受新加坡《联合早报》时说道

11月14日刊发的新加坡《联合早报》对LINFINITY的项目发展与其商业化进程做了一系列专题报道。报道分别从“打击假货”、“LINFINITY企业合作”、“DApp商业落地”、“LINFINITY推动区块链发展”与“国际化发展”等方面进行了深入报道。

文中指出,LINFINITY从立项发展至今,始终专注于区块链技术的商业化发展,包括区块链技术的推广与LINFINITY商业生态的构建。LINFINITY通过持续不断地举办全球路演,同各国政、商、学界人士形成深度交流;并以市场真实需求为主导,和多家国际企业达成战略合作,用区块链技术赋能企业的供应链管理。

经过5个多月的研发与测试,今年10月,LINFINITY成功帮助新加坡灵芝保健品企业Scientific Tradition完成信息上链,并正式交付企业版Dapp进行最后企业内部调试。11月,LINFINITY与日本护发品牌Herbriller正式签署战略合作协议,将为其旗下护发产品启动区块链防伪项目。通过信息上链服务,不仅使得Herbriller供应链数据变得更加安全、可信,消费者也能通过LINFINITY Dapp查询Herbriller产品的详情。更重要的是,通过区块链的信息传递方式,Herbriller还能对其产品之于供应链各个节点与终端的流转情况有一个清楚的认识与把控,让其更加了解自身消费者的群体属性。

正如报道中Anndy所阐述的,“区块链能为中小型企业带来更多的想象空间,其中信息上链的最大价值在于让供应链每个环节都能信息公开、透明且安全,这是传统供应链所无法企及的。比起大企业,中小型企业具有更大的灵活性,更愿意拥抱最新的前沿科技,LINFINITY正是基于此点,在推进自身商业化进程,为合作企业带来优质服务的同时,也能实事求是的推动区块链行业的发展。”

(新加坡《联合早报》报道原文)

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Singapore Lianhe Zaobao: LINFINITY Assists SMEs to Go on Blockchain

“Blockchain technology can help SMEs keep up with the times, inject new vitality into supply chain management, and help enterprises consolidate their position in highly competitive markets.”

—Anndy Lian, Singapore Lianhe Zaobao, November 14th 2018

Today’s edition of Singapore’s forefront Chinese-language newspaper, the Lianhe Zaobao, included a series of special reports on the development of LINFINITY and its commercialisation process. Each report focused specifically on “Cracking down on Fake Goods”, “LINFINITY Enterprise Cooperation”, “DApp Commercialisation”, “LINFINITY Promoting Blockchain Development” and “International Development”.

LINFINITY has maintained focus upon the commercial development of blockchain technology since its establishment, including the promotion of blockchain technology and the construction of a homebrewed LINFINITY-led business ecosystem. Through a continuous stream of attendances at global roadshows, LINFINITY conducts in-depth discussions with political, business and academic figures of various countries over the nature of blockchain and its potential uses in both the academic and economic fields. Taking real market demand as a leading factor, LINFINITY strives to achieve strategic cooperation with international enterprises, so as to empower supply chain management with blockchain technology.

After over five months of research, development, and testing, in October 2018, LINFINITY successfully incorporated information chaining into the structure of Singapore’s Lingzhi healthcare company Scientific Tradition, and officially released the enterprise version of LINFINITY DApp for final internal debugging.

In November, LINFINITY and the Japanese haircare brand Herbriller formally signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to launch a blockchain anti-counterfeiting project within their supply chain. Again, through LINFINITY’s information chaining service, Herbriller’s supply chain data has become significantly more secure and reliable, whilst also benefiting consumers by letting them request the details of various Herbriller products through LINFINITY DApp. More importantly, through the blockchain information transfer method, Herbriller can also have a clear understanding and control over the flow of its products to the various nodes and terminals in the supply chain, so that they can better understand the group attributes of its own consumers, and be in a better position to combat areas within that chain where product counterfeiting might occur.

CEO of LINFINITY, Anndy Lian, is ever-present within the Lianhe Ziaobao reports. “Blockchain allows for SMEs to envision new applications for their products and services. The greatest value of information chaining is to make information available, transparent and safe in every link of the supply chain, which is beyond the reach of traditional supply chains. Compared to larger enterprises, SMEs are more flexible, and therefore more willing, to embrace the latest cutting-edge technology. It is based on this point that LINFINITY promotes the development of the blockchain industry with SMEs in particular, while at the same time promoting its own commercialisation process, in the hope of bringing quality services to cooperative enterprises.”

(LINFINITY on Singapore Lianhe Zaobao)

For more information about LINFINITY and their future activities, please visit www.linfinity.io or contact pr@linfinity.io

 

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