Henbbo Foundation participated in Paris Blockchain Week
March 20-24 Henbbo Foundation took part in the annual Paris Blockchain Week summit. This year organizers managed to hold the event right under the Louvre, in the spacious conference rooms of the Carrousel du Louvre.
Despite the modest expectations, given the current market conditions, the summit can confidently be called a success. Organizers declared more than 10 thousand invitees and by the way, conference halls of the event were really full of participants. Communication with many of them was also very fruitful.
One of the main topics of the summit was the discussion of further development of the European crypto market. This was made relevant by the fact that regulators in the US are tightening control over cryptocurrency companies and Europe has chances to become a convenient zone for the crypto market. In general, speakers did not make loud positive predictions, but the atmosphere of the conference was definitely optimistic.
Many of the experts advocated the creation of an industry consortium to develop common positions, including with market regulators. In addition, the issue of developing integration platforms that would allow users to simplify transactions with various coins, networks and applications was raised quite acutely.
It was the topic of global integration that was most relevant for Henbbo, as a number of startups in which the company invested funds are working in this direction. The topic of integration bridges was also a key one for the reports that our specialists presented at Paris Blockchain Week.
In addition to taking part in the meetings and presenting its own know-how, the Henbbo Foundation also sponsored several Challenges, which were launched during the Summit for a total amount of more than $2.4 million.
During Paris Blockchain Week Henbbo presented its own projects, aimed at blockchain and WEB3 development. These projects were highly appreciated by participants, which resulted, among other things, in a number of cooperation agreements totaling $8.4 million.