ABR Enters Partnership with KardiaChain to Promote Blockchain Community

Asia Blockchain Review
May 30, 2019

Nicole Nguyen of Asia Blockchain Review (ABR) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tri Minh Pham, CEO of KardiaChain, to collaborate on initiatives to build the blockchain community, drawing on the strengths and expertise of each party.

As the “blockchain of blockchains,” KardiaChain is a scalable and interoperable blockchain platform for decentralized applications. The platform offers a non-invasive connection between any public and private blockchain, allowing the transfer of both assets and data between blockchains and applications on top of them. Use cases of KardiaChain include smart city management, a “fully decentralized cross-chain exchange,” education, healthcare, recruitment, and sports, among others.

Meanwhile, Asia Blockchain Review (ABR), an initiative for media and community building in Southeast Asia for blockchain technology. ABR offers a comprehensive platform for projects and companies in untapped markets in Southeast Asia, while also encouraging more development and cohesive collaborative efforts into Asia.

The MoU signed between the two parties will allow them to collaborate on projects that contribute to blockchain community building. Moreover, the parties will be exchanging information with each other and exploring further opportunities for research, training, events, and conferences.

KardiaChain website: www.kardiachain.io


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