Gate.io to Attend Taipei Blockchain Week 2022

Gate.io
2 min readDec 12, 2022

Global cryptocurrency exchange Gate.io will attend the Taipei Blockchain Week 2022 in Taiwan, from December 12 to 17 to connect with industry peers and thought leaders at one of Asia’s prominent Blockchain events.

Unique Glimpse Into The Future of Blockchain In Asia

Taipei Blockchain Week 2022 brings together different communities of people from diverse backgrounds who are interested in crypto, blockchain, and Web3. There will be many industry veterans from around the world, startup founders from Asia and beyond, venture capitalists looking for companies to invest in, students from local universities, and developers from Taiwan and Southeast Asia all converging in one place.

The event will feature discussions and panels with industry experts on the potential uses of blockchain in areas such as supply chain management, digital identity, and public service delivery. Additionally, Taipei Blockchain Week 2022 will showcase the latest innovations and developments in the Taiwanese blockchain ecosystem.

Payne Pan, Key Account Manager, and Paul Chen, Business Development Manager at Gate.io, will attend the event to share and absorb insights about the blockchain industry. Additionally, Gate.io will engage in discussions about the future of blockchain and web3 and explore new strategic and business partnerships.

Networking with industry peers at events like Taipei Blockchain Week 2022 plays a crucial role in Gate.io’s evolving strategy for staying competitive and providing new and innovative tech solutions that can serve more retail and institutional investors worldwide.

Gate.io’s Development Path In Asia

As its global expansion progresses, forging new relationships and deepening partnerships contribute to further solidifying Gate.io as a premier international cryptocurrency exchange. One of the strategic focuses in the Asia region has been acquiring licenses and forging new alliances, with Gate.io (Hippo FS) obtaining a TCSP license in Hong Kong in August and signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the city of Busan, South Korea, in October.

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