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This panel discussion is from TEAMZ Blockchain Summit 2019. The topic discussed protecting user funds on exchanges and included executives from Coineal, Digifinex, Huobi, and Bitinka.
DIGIFINEX CO-FOUNDER KIANA SHEK
As a former Deputy General Manager of Business in Baidu’s auto driving department, Kiana was a key player in negotiations for the company’s global business development and partnership and have played a major part in negotiations with car manufacturers, upper-class partners and related government bodies. Previously, she has worked with Baidu’s technology team, helping to forge partnership opportunities for the company’s cloud products and big data，promoting it’s breakthrough technology and carrying out related Public Relations and marketing activities with renowned brands to formulate a long-term market strategy in the technology sector. Towards the end of 2017, she was invited to become the co-founder of DigiFinex, using blockchain technology to create an international and diversified digital asset platform.
HUOBI UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT JIANING YU
Wikipedia Co-founder and Everipedia CIO, Larry Sanger delivers his keynote at TEAMZ Blockchain Summit.
Larry Sanger, best known as Wikipedia’s co-founder, has started or help start many educational and reference websites: Nupedia, Encyclopedia of Earth, WatchKnowLearn, Reading Bear, Infobitt, and most recently Everipedia, which he has joined as Chief Information Officer planning the world’s first blockchain encyclopedia network. A philosophy Ph.D. whose dissertation concerned the theory of knowledge, Sanger has also written and spoken about the philosophy of the Internet and of online communities. Sanger currently lives in Ohio, U.S.A., with his wife and two homeschooled boys.
➤ In this interview Eric talks with the Head of CEO Office of Quoine, Katsuya Konno about starting and growing a crypto exchange in Japan.
➤ Katsuya talks about regulation in Japan and making sure the exchange is following the correct guidelines.
➤ He talks about fake trading volumes and how to combat them.
➤ He speaks on bringing blockchain mainstream and getting big tech companies involved.
Katsu spent close to eight years at SoftBank Group. In his time at SoftBank, Katsu worked on many large M&A and venture deals worth over USD60 billion, including the acquisition of Sprint (US mobile carrier), Brightstar (global distributor of mobile devices), investments in Coupang (largest e-commerce platform in South Korea) and Snapdeal (largest e-commerce platform in India). In 2011-2013, Katsu led the establishment of SoftBank’s venture capital arm in the US and Southeast Asia. He has also driven many financing deals, including financing for the…