Quarkchain attends the 2019 techcrunch disrupt San Francisco innovation Fair

Time:2020-5-5

Quarkchain attends the 2019 techcrunch disrupt San Francisco innovation Fair
From October 2 to 4, the 2019 techcrunch disrupt San Francisco Innovation Exhibition was held at moscon Exhibition Center in San Francisco, USA. As one of the blockchain start-ups, quarkchain participated in the event. Techcrunch disrupt SF, hosted by techcrunch, a world-renowned technology media, is the most influential start-up summit in the world. This year, nearly 500 innovative companies from multiple industries such as AI, biotech, blockchain, fintech and IOT participated in the exhibition, attracting more than 10000 participants.

Quarkchain attends the 2019 techcrunch disrupt San Francisco innovation Fair

This activity started from the warm field of Bob Smith, CEO of blue origin, followed by a round table forum on “how to create a billion dollar software as a service company” with the participation of neeraj Agrawal (battery ventures), Jyoti Bansal (harness) and Whitney bouck (hellosign). Other speakers include Joseph Gordon Levitt, Aaron Levie, Neal Mohan, Will Smith and director Ang Lee.
Quarkchain attends the 2019 techcrunch disrupt San Francisco innovation Fair

Quarkchain has set up its own booth at the event site, and its CEO cycle and team have in-depth discussions with many participants. Quarkchain has attracted the attention of enterprise representatives in many fields due to its high throughput and flexible advantages of supporting the customization of fragmentation and heterogeneity. The cycle introduces the advantages of quarkchain in enterprise services, and jointly discusses the possibility of future cooperation.

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