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Glosfer held the Infinity Project Unpacked event showcasing Blockchain applications

Friday, January 5, 2018

CEO & CTO of GLOSFER, Head of Infinity Project, giving a keynote speech at the event

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Glosfer, a blockchain company, held the Infinity Project Unpacked Event on 16 December 2017 in Seoul, South Korea.

Employees from various departments introduced Glosfer's technology and businesses as well as the progress, plan, and schedule of the Infinity Project.

Participants enjoyed hands-on experience in the software and hardware booths. They were able to see how blockchain can apply to daily life. Each booth showed content-based blockchain platforms with themes such as:

- Blockchain in businesses

- Blockchain in local currency

- Understand blockchain visually

- Blockchain in the 6th industry

- Blockchain for music copyright

"We have committed to applying blockchain technology to daily life. This event provided us with a great opportunity to show our achievements to those who have expressed interest in and supported our work," said Taewon Kim, CEO of Glosfer. "What you see, listen to, and experience here will be the future of blockchain technology."





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