Ludos Protocol Organises First Meetup in Dubai for Middle East Fans and Investors
Ludos Protocol will organise its first meet up in the Middle East at the Conrad Dubai on November 21, 2018, from 16:00 to 20:00 (UTC/GMT+4). Ludos Protocol’s co-founders will be at the event to meet with stakeholders, investors and enthusiasts. Co-founder Jin Tai will deliver a speech at the event and take questions from the floor.
Fuad Farooq Abdul Qader Al Bastaki, the CEO of the Zabeel Group, will grace the meetup and speak onstage. The Zabeel Group is a company based in the United Arab Emirates and partners with companies that are in the industries of energy, electromechanical, retail, consumer medical services, real estate and financial services.
Dubai-based actors, racers, and brand ambassadors from world-renowned companies such as Du and Blackberry will grace the event. In addition, there will be members of Dubai’s Royal Family at the event, as well as other special guest stars of the Middle East.
Ludos Protocol’s applies to power of blockchain to potentially upend and revolutionize the gaming industry. Games that are built on Ludos Protocol will protect digital assets in gaming universes by preventing game operators from suddenly altering game statistics or issuing rare gaming items on a large scale. Ludos Protocol will also provide gaming companies solutions to issues perennial to players in the gaming industry, such as difficulty in crowdfunding and games distribution.
It isn’t just that Ludos Protocol has great development potential. It is also the credentials of the Ludos Protocol’s founders that help it stand out from other blockchain projects. They include cofounders Tai Jin, Evan Zhang, Joe Meng, among others, who have graduated from stellar universities, such as Carnegie Mellon, Boston University and Peking University. They come from diverse academic and professional backgrounds, from business management to financial mathematics, software engineering to game development.
As a result of all these positives, Ludos Protocol counts investors like Softbank, Du Capital and BA Capital as part of its investors. Additionally, household brands such as IBM, Lotte Group and Yokohama Bank, have expressed partnership interests with Ludos Protocol for both its gaming and digital wallet services.
About Ludos Protocol
Ludos Protocol is a purpose-built blockchain infrastructure project for the gaming community. As only the third blockchain project to be backed by Japanese investment giant Softbank, Ludos addresses numerous shortcomings in the existing gaming landscape. Its main chain + multi-sidechain architecture allows games to run entirely on their own blockchain, preventing scalability issues that have plagued previous blockchain-based games. Additionally, the Protocol seeks to create a gamer-friendly ecosystem whereby game developers and gamers can come together to easily crowdfund and build on the platform. The use of non-fungible tokens (NFT’s) within the ecosystem will allow gamers to swap assets in one game for assets in another. Finally, through their partnership with FullPay Japan, Ludos will give gamers the chance to use LUD tokens that are earned in-game to shop and buy at a range of retail stores in Japan and later the world.