BINARYSTAR Launching Announcement – “Business x Law x Technology: Realizing the Next Generation Bu...

January 28, 2019

January 28, 2019 CEO: Yuhi Ikegami of BINARYSTAR Co., Ltd. (Chuo-ku, Tokyo,) is set to launch Japan’s largest blockchain exclusive co-working space in the heart of Ginza on February 1st, 2019. The launch ceremony will coincide with an invite-only event entitled “Business x Law x Technology: Realizing the Next Generation Business Model Through Blockchain”.

This one of a kind event is in collaboration with Infinity Blockchain Ventures and will be gathering top enterprises in Japan such as Panasonic, Casio, NEC, Nissan, Bridgestone, Mizuho FG, Rakuten and blockchain players around the world in Tokyo. Keynotes discussing “How Blockchain Technology can be Utilized” from three aspects such as business, law & technology will be presented by industry leaders. The focus here is for companies who are interested in venturing into new businesses and projects whilst employing the variegated usage of blockchain technology.

Speakers include industry veterans such as Mr. Yuji Akaba (Advisor/ Incubation Manager, BINARYSTAR Inc.) with 30 years in consulting and start-up experience including 14 years in McKinsey. He believes that by implementing blockchain we can design services that currently can’t be realized due to security and cost in various fields. Mr Ishii of Blockchain EXE ,the largest blockchain technology community in Japan will explain the possibilities and problems when applying blockchain technology to the real world.

If you’re interested in attending please contact [email protected] for invitations.

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