Maxonrow hosted its last #MaxOnWorld meetup in Bangkok. The event consisted of a keynote presentation about Blockchain Technology, Maxonrow’s upcoming product releases, and their soon to be inaugurated Community Leader program. The event was held at the W Hotel Bangkok and was free of cost for all of those eager to learn more about Blockchain technology.
Bangkok is the metropolis of Blockchain and Crypto Business, home of various Blockchain companies and projects that have encountered a favorable climate to conduct business thanks to the support of the Thai Government.
The Maxonrow team is looking to take advantage of this climate to learn about the innovative ways Blockchain is being utilized in the region such as the IBM-Maersk Logistics Blockchain to be used by the Thai Customs Agency or Thailand’s Central Bank digital currency initiative.
Thailand, much like Maxonrow, is interested in deploying Blockchain technology securely through the implementation of KYC and AML protocols, making Bangkok the perfect location for our last event. Our Global CEO Mark Homeier gave a general overview of the estate of Blockchain Technology and share Maxonrow’s latest release, the MAX-Wallet, a native wallet connected to the Maxonrow mainchain, embedded with advanced, mandatory KYC.
“Max-Wallet enables enterprises to fractionalize ownership of real estate and other assets, which was previously challenging from a regulatory standpoint because there was no blockchain natively integrated with KYC/AML systems,” said Homeier.
Homeier shared Maxonrow’s latest news which includes its listing on Kucoin starting October 14th. Kucoin is one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges in the world; they are known to identify promising coins with the best blockchain technology applications. In addition, Maxonrow has recently passed with flying colors an audit performed by Slowmist, which tests node configuration, node communication, consensus algorithms, and other relevant criteria. Lastly, Tiffany Tsai, from Maxonrow’s PR team, shared potential opportunities for Bangkok’s Blockchain community through Maxonrow’s Community Leader Program.
“We aim to become a global force, and we can’t do that without having a direct relationship with Blockchain communities all over the world. Our goal with this program is to give these communities the tools they need to advocate to bring Blockchain Technology closer to the wide audience of untapped users around the globe,” said Tsai.