One of the main Highlights of the first Australia-China Blockchain Ecology Summit 2018: “Uranus—the Uber & Airbnb of the Computing Market”
From August 24 to 26, 2018, the Uranus project attended the first Australia-China Blockchain Ecology Summit in Melbourne, which aims to strengthen the global community interaction between Australia and China. Uranus left a strong impression and influence on the global blockchain space.
The Summit was co-hosted by the most authoritative blockchain investment funds in Australia and China namely, VFUND and Genesis Capital. They invited hundreds of well-known entrepreneurs, blockchain projects, and cryptocurrency experts and elites to engage in in-depth discussions on the current status and applications of blockchain technology, as well as its future development.
Uranus and Skycoin explore collaborative opportunities
On August 24, the first day of the event, the Uranus project attracted much attention from attendees and media companies. Skycoin demonstrated great interest in partnering with the Uranus team. We look forward to strong collaborations between Skycoin and Uranus for future ecological construction efforts.
BGLtimes interviews James Jiang
On August 25, the second day of the event, Uranus founder James Jiang delivered a keynote speech at the Blockchain Ecology Summit titled “Uranus is the Uber and Airbnb of the Computing Market.” In his speech, James explained how the Uranus platform provides ownership, sharing and autonomy beyond conventional public clouds and how blockchain is a distributed system— therefore, everyone’s contribution and participation is vital. James also communicated in his speech the years of experience in large-scale software development that Uranus’ executive team possess as well as how the team has delivered products to many of the top 20 Chinese companies, giving them a competitive advantage in technology and business development over competitors.
James Jiang delivers the keynote speech
That same afternoon, Uranus participated in a public discussion panel with MuYun, Skycoin and Perlin. The topics discussed among the panelists included: next-gen consensus mechanism, the role of infrastructure platforms, empowerment of eco-developers and industries, business application development, etc.
James Jiang shares his opinion on blockchain technology at a discussion panel
On the afternoon of the 26, James Jiang engaged in conversations with local funds and community representatives at the Uranus meetup and further elaborated on Uranus’ technology, roadmap and future development plans. Meetup attendees were very enthusiastic and demonstrated great interest in the project with their thoughtful questions. James Jiang offered insightful responses to inquiries, helping everyone better understand Uranus as well as its goals.
Uranus at the Blockchain Center meetup
Through the Blockchain Ecology Summit, the Uranus project strengthened its interaction with Australia and China, as well as the rest of the world. Uranus also enhanced its influence on the overall blockchain space and its global launching and resource opportunities. Uranus will continue to focus on industrial applications. Its vision is to empower redundant computing and provide ubiquitous shared computing services beyond the public cloud, thereby reconstructing the IT computing market paradigm.