Morpheus Labs welcomes EMBA Students from National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech)
This is part of the strategic engagement to further emphasize on the importance of blockchain education and community building.
A group of EMBA students from Taipei Tech (the National Taipei University of Technology) had visited Singapore for a 5-day innovation tour in March 2019. Their goal was to immerse themselves in Southeast Asia’s deep tech scene via Singapore.
Prior to the visit, the students had expressed a shared interest in blockchain just Taiwan’s National Development Council was announcing plans to form a Blockchain Alliance. The country’s goal is to play a leading role in the future of Blockchain — and these students want to be a part of the incoming wave of change.
We were privileged to host these students in Singapore on 29 March 2019 and share our knowledge with them. Our CEO, Pei-Han, led the visit and related Morpheus Labs’ journey while explaining how blockchain tech can revolutionize the tech landscape and economy in Singapore and surrounding countries. The group participated in engaging discussions on the following topics:
- The History & Past Use Cases of Blockchain
- The Current Hype and Trends of Blockchain
- The Future of Blockchain and Its Opportunities
- The difference in ICOs and STOs and sharing on the future of STOs
- Our Tokenomics and Business Model of Morpheus Labs
- Morpheus Labs’s Ecosystem and its Unique Value Proposition
- The Partnership with Dreamplus Blockchain Academy
- Potential Business Opportunities
Our CIO, Dorel also took this opportunity to host a live demo of our Morpheus Labs Blockchain Platform. The demo was supported with narratives and personal sharing of the various pain spots that come with developing DApps. Our CTO, Bruce and our Intern, Wen, then showed how we developed our platform to minimize many of the same.
The team also learned about our contribution to DreamPlus: the startup incubator powered by a renowned South Korea business conglomerate (link here). Afterward, they discussed why education is important for blockchain adoption with our team members.
Here are some pictures taken from the Event:
The students appeared enthused by the event and the materials they were taught. After conducting some informal discussions and talking to our liaisons at Taipei Tech, we’ve decided to explore the possibility of a Blockchain curriculum being introduced at the university. Given that both Singapore and Taiwan have made blockchain a national-level priority, and the fact that industry experts are in high demand, this move could benefit future students and employers a great deal.
It was a real pleasure to host the group from Taipei Tech.
Note: An article about the Innovation Tour was covered in Taiwan’s Economic Daily. Read on > here.
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