Wanchain Opens New Office for Enterprise Blockchain Services in Eastern China
On December 17, 2019, in the beautiful Jiangnan water town of Hangzhou, the inaugural ceremony for the new Wanchain East China Headquarters was held.
Hangzhou was drizzling and cold outside, but that didn’t dampen the spirit of the crowd attending the inauguration ceremony. The ceremony was well attended by local business leaders and officials such as Mr. Fang Yuyou, CEO of Proya, Mr. Yang Hongbin, Deputy Director of the Zhenjiang Civil Affairs Bureau, Zheng Xiaolin, President of Huatong Cloud Technology, Jin Huayue, CEO of Gonglian Technology, Yongbao Bao, CEO of Orange Chain Technology, Wan Hui, CEO of Menghui Culture Communication, Wang Shidong, CEO of Dongzhang Capital, and Wang Di, Partner of Dongzhang Capital.
Jack Lu, President and CEO of Wanchain, gave a broad introduction to the history of cryptocurrencies, analyzed the development of public chains and blockchain technology from the perspective of Bitcoin and Ethereum, as well as consortium chains and the past and future business outlook of the technology.
Mr. Li Ni, Vice President of Wanchain, painted a picture of “chain reform” of the whole industry from the perspective of blockchain enabling the real economy. He explored how the distributed, immutable, and trustless characteristics of blockchain enable the development of applications in the fields of traceability, government accountability, social welfare tracing, logistics, certificate storage, supply chain finance, and other fields.
Mr. Li Guogang, Vice President of Gonglian Technology, focused on global trade and cross-border finance. He discussed how blockchain technology’s financial attributes are shaping new socio-economic relationships in society, and how distributed consensus mechanisms promote the comprehensive integration of global trade and finance.
Professor Nicholas Krapels, a China-based American Economics professor currently teaching at Tongji and East China Normal University focused on logistics. He discussed how a blockchain-enabled logistics industry can greatly optimize all aspects of the business and greatly improve the transparency and traceability of logistics information. Additionally, blockchain-based smart contracts can make the logistics process more efficient and automated.
Mr. Lou Hongjie, General Manager of Wanchain East, delivered the final speech. Headquartered in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, Wanchain East will provide enterprise-level blockchain platforms and solutions for government and private customers in the five eastern provinces (Zhejiang, Fujian, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Anhui, Shandong). Mr. Lou Hongjie introduced the business scope of Wanchain in detail, including blockchain platform services, industry solution services, blockchain cloud services, technical consulting and consulting services, and white label services. At the same time, he pointed out the core advantages of Wanchain in terms of the team, technology, and local and international reach.
Before the meeting, Mr. Lou Hongjie was also invited to accept an interview with Zhejiang Television Station Economic Life Channel. He talked about the current positioning and future plans of Wanchain East, and was full of confidence in the company’s future business development.
The blockchain industry is still in a very early stage of development, and a promising future lies ahead. In East China, with its highly developed economy, Wanchain is set to make a significant impact on both private enterprise and government industries. The opening of the Wanchain East office marks a major development for Wanchain’s operations and expansion efforts.
Wanchain is a blockchain platform that enables decentralized transfer of value between blockchains. The Wanchain infrastructure enables the creation of distributed financial applications for individuals and organizations. Wanchain currently enables cross-chain transactions with Ethereum, and today’s product launch will enable the same functionalities with Bitcoin. Going forward, we will continue to bridge blockchains and bring cross-chain finance functionality to companies in the industry. Wanchain has employees globally with offices in Beijing (China), Austin (USA), and London (UK). Website | Documentation | Telegram| Twitter | Newsletter | Blockchain Explorer | Developer Portal