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Enterprise blockchain applications focus of DLT compass conference

A discussion between Jason Hsu, Taiwan Government Legislator, and Peter Shen, Singapore Exchange (SGX) is one of the main highlights of the event.

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LongHash’s inaugural DLT Compass Conference in the Westin Hotel, Singapore this June 6-7 aims to facilitate further collaboration between corporate enterprises and blockchain projects through discussion on enterprise blockchain applications.

The two-day conference will attract 300 attendees and the speakers at the event spans across several sectors, including finance, ICT and insurance.

LongHash is a global blockchain incubator supported by the Singapore government. A discussion between Jason Hsu, Taiwan Government Legislator, and Peter Shen, Singapore Exchange (SGX) is one of the main highlights of the event.

DLT Compass speakers and panelists range from regulators and financial institutions to multi-national corporations and high-potential startups, including the Taiwan Government, DBS, SGX, Standard Chartered Bank, KPMG, IBM, and Huawei.

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Founding partner and CEO of LongHash Singapore, Emma Cui says, “At LongHash, our overall aim is to accelerate the development, understanding, and adoption of blockchain technology among the masses. DLT Compass will not only be a forum for discussion, debate, and forward-planning but will provide attendees with practical insights and actions on how best to implement blockchain solutions to be future-ready proof.”

C-Level executives, government representatives, and innovators across insurance, finance, energy, and ICT, will gather under one roof to discuss the journey to mainstream blockchain adoption and the potential roadblocks along the way.

Peter Shen, head of technology strategy and innovation at SGX, says, “Singapore is at the forefront of fintech and quickly becoming an innovation hub for emerging technologies. While it is encouraging to see, so many milestones passed for blockchain, many challenges still remain before DLT can achieve mainstream adoption. Events such as DLT Compass play an important role in education, raising awareness, and facilitating actionable conversations as we approach the tipping point of mass adoption for blockchain.”

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