Over 50 firms, celebs join hands as D.Oasis launches metaverse

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Tech company D.Oasis has launched a metaverse platform in collaboration with 30 businesses and 25 celebrities to help businesses make an easier entry into the virtual world of new opportunities.

Over 50 firms, celebs join hands as D.Oasis launches metaverse

As a new technology platform, D.Oasis said it plans to speed up providing facilities for businesses. It has purchased space in the world-class Sandbox Metaverse.

Sandbox Metaverse is a virtual reality blockchain platform that already has several major brands on board, including Adidas, Gucci, HSBC, Atari, Walking Dead, Shibuya109, Snoop Dogg, and Paris Hilton etc.

Metaverse is a collective virtual space, created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical and digital reality.

Gartner, a global research firm, has forecast that by 2026, 25 per cent of people will spend at least one hour a day in the metaverse for work, shopping, education, social media and/or entertainment.

Over 50 firms, celebs join hands as D.Oasis launches metaverse

“Thailand missed the boat with Web 2.0. However, with Web 3.0, we should take the lead and get enterprises into the metaverse as soon as possible,” said Sirikiat Bunworaset, CEO of D.Oasis.

He predicted that in the next eight years, one-third of Thais will enter the metaverse.

Sirikiat has been working in the management consulting business for more than 25 years. He has been focusing on corporate finance, financial modelling, investment planning, corporate strategy, and value-based management.

He emphasised the strong integration of alliances across industries into the same global platform metaverse and has positioned D.Oasis to become one of Asia’s Web 3.0 leaders, with plans to extend its partners in Thailand and Asia to 100 enterprises within the next year.

Sirikiat Bunworaset, CEO of D.Oasis, dressed up as Dante from the game franchise Devil May CrySirikiat Bunworaset, CEO of D.Oasis, dressed up as Dante from the game franchise Devil May Cry

Web 2.0 refers to the internet version that most people are familiar with today. Web 3.0, in this context, refers to blockchain-based decentralised apps.

D.Oasis announced the names of its partners at the launch on Tuesday. They include J Ventures, Index Creative Village, Eventpass, Warrix Sport, Prakit Holdings, Asava Group, Dhurakij Pundit University, LDA World, Mission to the Moon, and Smallroom, etc.

There are also 25 well-known Thai celebrities, business people and athletes who have joined the platform such as Tattoo Color, Polycat, Pyra, Mike Angelo, and Vj Woonsen, etc

Sirikiat said that newcomers to the metaverse don’t have to worry about incurring high expenditure on technology or attracting new consumers because jumping into a platform that already has a client base will allow their businesses to flourish together rapidly.

To grow D.Oasis, Sirikiat said that “Human X Club NFT” has been established to bring together customers and followers of the major celebrities for a privileged event and other activities.

“Human X Club NFT” will host concerts, games, and meetings with celebrities.
D.Oasis aims to profit from the platform’s space as well as the celebrity’s character designs as “Human X Club NFT”.

Over 50 firms, celebs join hands as D.Oasis launches metaverse

NFT is a digital asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items and videos.

D.Oasis is expected to generate around THB40 million from selling 7,000 unique character designs as NFT from the first collection. Each character is priced in the range of THB5,000-7,000, said Sirikiat.

This year, the platform plans to release 4-5 collections. Each collection has different characters, he said.

“The NFT buyers will receive privileges, such as priority to attend a concert, a discount, for instance, or a fan club meeting,” said Sirikiat.

CUSCUS, a well-known designer who creates all of the characters, will produce designs for each celeb. Each celeb will have 100 different designs in “Human X Club NFT”.

Apirak Apisarnthanarak, the managing director of Prakit Holdings, said that Creator District is key to help leverage brand experience in D.Oasis.

The future of the creative advertising world is emerging to provide a space for people with ideas and brands to meet and generate income in the form of create-to-earn, he said.

Dr Darika Lathapipat, Dean of Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU)Dr Darika Lathapipat, Dean of Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU)

In the field of education, Darika Lathapipat, dean of Dhurakij Pundit University (DPU), revealed that DPU is ready to lead Thai youths into the world of Web 3.0. It starts with the creation of the Learn-To-Earn platform, as well as collaborating with D.Oasis to push NFT in the education world for students of all grades, starting this academic year.

Published : May 18, 2022


D.Oasis set to launch Human X Club as Thailand moves into metaverse era

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Human X Club, claimed to be the first mega non-fungible token (NFT) project in Thailand, will be officially launched on May 18, D.Oasis, a go-to place for the metaverse and NFT ecosystem, said in a press release.

D.Oasis set to launch Human X Club as Thailand moves into metaverse era

The project offers utilities in both the physical world and the metaverse as the country moves into global Web3 space.

D.Oasis Chief Executive Officer Sirikiat Bunworaset said Human X Club would be launched in collaboration with 25 celebrities, including top stars, artists, national athletes, businesspersons and key opinion leaders.

He said the project concept is based on the theme “Beyond Human X”, combining the striking characteristics of these celebrities in the form of NFTs.

The collection has 7,000 unique characters with different features and utilities, he said.

D.Oasis set to launch Human X Club as Thailand moves into metaverse era

Sirikiat said Human X Club will be a utility-focused NFT in “phigital” form, which connects the physical and digital worlds with the metaverse using state-of-the-art technology.

“The first phase of the project is profile picture [PFP] art for holders of social media profiles,” he said.

“The holders will be able to join the Human X Club as well as receive many privileges, including fan meetings and mini-concerts with favourite celebrities and future airdrops.”

D.Oasis set to launch Human X Club as Thailand moves into metaverse era

He added that club members will have “the privilege of first entering the world-class entertainment metaverse”, called D.Oasis City, with the 25 celebrities.

“Human X Club NFTs are not only works of art but also tickets to the global metaverse,” he added.

D.Oasis set to launch Human X Club as Thailand moves into metaverse era

For more information, visit Twitter: humanxclubnft; Facebook: Human X Club NFT; Instagram: Human X Club NFT or the websites: humanxclub.io or doasis.io.

Published : May 11, 2022


Thai unis, private firms join hands to open AI Engineering Institute

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Six leading Thai universities have agreed to cooperate with the Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation Ministry and some private firms to open the Artificial Intelligence Engineering Institute (AIEI).

Thai unis, private firms join hands to open AI Engineering Institute

The joint move was announced by Prof Supachai Pathumnakul, deputy permanent secretary at the Higher Education Ministry, on Monday.

During the event to announce the cooperation, Supachai signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation with representatives of the six universities — the rector of CMKL University Thailand, rector of Mahidol University, vice rector of Chiang Mai University, vice rector of Price of Songkla University, acting rector of the King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, and dean of Khon Kaen University’s Faculty of Engineering.

The MoU was also signed by the representatives of Huawei Enterprise (Thailand), TCC Technology Co Ltd, Advanced Info Service, True Digital Park Co Ltd and Kasikorn Business-Technology Group.

In his speech to mark the signing ceremony, Supachai said Higher Education Minister Anek Laothamatas wants universities to speed up the creation of an AI workforce through their sandbox AI courses.

Thai unis, private firms join hands to open AI Engineering InstituteSupachai said the six universities will jointly develop AI courses for sharing so that an AI workforce can be produced quickly and in sufficient numbers.

He said the AI engineering graduates from the AI sandbox course will have the right skills and qualities to develop the country.

He said the AI sandbox courses will be jointly opened by the six universities in August this year.

Supachai added that the AI sandbox courses do not have to follow conventional standards but the six universities can share academic resources for the courses.

He said the AI courses would help raise the standards of Thai industries so that the country could pursue its goal to become a developed nation by 2037.

Thai unis, private firms join hands to open AI Engineering InstituteAkkarit Sangpetch, programme director at Carnegie Mellon-KMITL (CMKL) University, said the AIEI will be established with the main goal of allowing students to conveniently reach AI specialists of the six universities.

He said CMKL University will launch a pilot study programme, with focus on students’ competency-based education, which will be unconventional and develop teaching skills that students can use in their work.

Published : May 10, 2022


World has over 5 billion internet users, with YouTube being most visited site: survey

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There are currently more than 5 billion internet users across the globe, or 63 per cent of the entire population of the world, according to DataReportal’s Digital 2022 April Global Statshot.

World has over 5 billion internet users, with YouTube being most visited site: survey

Thailand ranked 35th for internet adoption, with 77.8 per cent of its population on the web, according to the report, carried out in collaboration with creative agency We Are Social and social media management platform Hootsuite.

As of April, there were 7.93 billion people on Earth, with 57 per cent of them residing in urban areas.

The report said 5.33 billion people, or 67 per cent of the entire population, use mobile phones, while 4.65 billion, or 58.7 per cent, are on social media.

April, with its 5 billion figure, saw a 4.1 per cent increase of internet users, or 196 million people, year-on-year.

According to users aged 16 to 64, some 60 per cent go on the internet to find information, 54.7 per cent use it to stay in touch with friends or family and 52.3 per cent hit the web to keep up-to-date with news and events.

The top three most-visited websites are Youtube, with 49 billion visits, Google with 39 billion and Facebook with 9.34 billion.

The average daily time each user spends on the internet is six hours 53 minutes.

Thailand ranks eighth for time spent daily on the internet, with eight hours 49 minutes, the report said.

Surprisingly, the country is listed as fourth in the percentage of internet users aged 16 to 64 who own cryptocurrency, with 20.3 per cent.

The Thai language is meanwhile ranked the 18th most common for web content.

The kingdom also ranked fourth for the fastest median fixed internet connection speed, with 185.71 Mbps.

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Published : May 05, 2022


Twitter set to change after Elon Musk clinches $44bn buyout

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Twitter’s board has accepted a buyout offer from Elon Musk, the company announced on Monday. Musk has taken total control of Twitter after clinching a deal worth US$54.20 per share or $44 billion in total.

Twitter set to change after Elon Musk clinches $44bn buyout

Twitter shares rose 5.7 per cent on Monday to close the day at $51.70.

Acquisition talks accelerated over the weekend after Musk convinced shareholders with the financing details of his offer.

Twitter will become a private company on completion of the deal, which requires approval from shareholders and regulators.

Musk’s primary interest in Twitter is driven by his passion for free speech and dislike of censorship.

“Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated,” Musk tweeted after clinching the deal.

He wants user-friendly tweaks to the service and has vowed to eradicate “spam bots”.

“I also want to make Twitter better than ever by enhancing the product with new features, making the algorithms open source to increase trust, defeating the spam bots, and authenticating all humans. Twitter has tremendous potential – I look forward to working with the company and the community of users to unlock it,” Musk said.

Twitter set to change after Elon Musk clinches $44bn buyout

Published : April 26, 2022


New documentary sheds light on Huawei’s influence in Thailand

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China-based Japanese filmmaker Ryo Takeuchi recently released a documentary series called “100 faces of Huawei”. The film, which gives viewers a close look into the working of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, also features interviews with employees.

New documentary sheds light on Huawei’s influence in Thailand

China-based Japanese filmmaker Ryo Takeuchi recently released a documentary series called “100 faces of Huawei”. The film, which gives viewers a close look into the working of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, also features interviews with employees.

This film is part of the technology giant’s efforts to introduce changes after the US Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) added Huawei and 68 of its non-US affiliates to the BIS Entity List in 2019.

The BIS Entity List includes foreign businesses, organisations and individuals who are subject to special licensing requirements for the export or re-export of certain items.

The documentary, meanwhile, spans Huawei operations in China, Japan and Thailand.

In the Thai segment, the film shows how the tech giant has expanded its reach and how it fosters a thriving digital ecosystem.

It also shows how Huawei helped turn Siriraj Hospital into Asean’s first smart hospital by introducing the latest 5G, cloud and AI technology to improve medical services and overall efficiency.

New documentary sheds light on Huawei’s influence in Thailand

Siriraj vice-director Prof Dr Cherdchai Nopmaneejumruslers said thanks to Huawei’s technological support, the hospital can now provide safer and more efficient services to patients. Huawei applications created for Siriraj include 5G ambulances and 5G unmanned vehicles.

The film then shifts to an employee in Thailand, who explains how Huawei has provided connections and equipment to help farmers sell their products online. With technical support, farmers can now track changes in market prices and adjust their strategies.

Huawei has been working on its “Grow in Thailand, Contribute to Thailand” mission since 1999 to help with the country’s digital transformation.

Huawei employs 2,600 people in Thailand, 86 per cent of whom are Thai citizens, and has indirectly generated more than 8,500 jobs.

The tech giant also set up the Huawei Asean Academy (Thailand) in 2019 to cultivate local digital talent. The academy has trained more than 41,000 people and over 2,000 small and medium-sized enterprises in the past two years.

Huawei Thailand’s CEO Abel Deng said Thailand’s innovative ecosystem and talent are what drive Huawei’s continuous investment in the country.

Huawei became the first foreign company in recent years to win the 2021 Prime Minister Award for “Digital International Corporation of the Year”. In the same year, it was also named the “most admirable brand” by consumers and won the “Thailand TOP Company Award” for Best Digital Transformation Infrastructure.

For more information on “100 faces of Huawei”, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmHfQ1XPNJI

Published : April 25, 2022

Beam me up, Scotty! NASA doctor gets ‘holoported’ to space station

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Star Wars turned to reality when a doctor appeared as a hologram to an astronaut at the International Space Station (ISS) for the first time ever on October 8, 2021, NASA reported recently.

Beam me up, Scotty! NASA doctor gets ‘holoported’ to space station

NASA flight surgeon Dr Josef Schmid and his crew were “holoported” to the ISS using the Microsoft Hololens Kinect camera and a PC with custom software Aexa, a NASA press release on April 8 said.

Schmid had a virtual consultation with astronaut Thomas Pesquet as part of his 3D telemedicine visit.

The “holoportation”, a word derived from hologram and transportation, featured a life-like visual and audio connection between the space centre and Earth.

The technology allows high-quality 3D models of people to be reconstructed, compressed and transmitted live anywhere in real-time.

Holoportation has been in use since 2016 by Microsoft, but this is the first time that it has been used in such an extreme and remote environment.

NASA expects to use this form of communication far more extensively in future missions. It reckons the next step will be to combine holoportation with augmented reality to enable telementoring.

However, the main obstacle to overcome is the 20-minute communication delay, especially as plans shape up for new missions to Mars.

Beam me up, Scotty! NASA doctor gets ‘holoported’ to space station

Published : April 22, 2022


Digital security high on agenda of DTAC’s cyber camp for Thai youth

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A state agency and an international tech giant have raised concerns about online safety for Thai youth amid the huge number of scams and frauds perpetrated in the digital world. 

Digital security high on agenda of DTAC’s cyber camp for Thai youth

The Electronic Transaction Development Agency (ETDA) and Cisco said it was essential to educate the youth about cybersecurity and equip them with some tools to protect them from falling victims to preying online criminals.

Meetham na Ranong, ETA’s deputy executive director, was speaking during the launch of “Young Safe Internet Leaders Cyber Camp [YSLC] Season 4”. It aims to create awareness of cybersecurity among children and youth so that it becomes the new normal for their generation in order to protect their privacy and help navigate the internet cautiously, while using and engaging in all those things relevant to digital technology.
“As the world has stepped into the digital era, children and youth have to not only craft their skills in order to smartly adopt these technologies and innovations, but they also have to learn how to protect themselves from bad guys”, said Meetham
According to the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), cybercrime is a growing global threat that could potentially cause as much as US$10.5 trillion in damage by 2025. Young people from over 150 countries around the world have called for global leaders to address cyber-risks which are impacting youth globally. In 2021, the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland included cybersecurity action in its latest Youth Recovery Plan.
Taveewat Chantaraseno, managing director of Cisco Systems (Thailand) Ltd, said cybercrime and other risks are increasing and becoming more complicated. He said cyber-threat awareness as well as strong preventive tools and measures are very important. 

“It is our duty to support our children to learn about cybersecurity, especially during this time when digital has become an increasing part of our daily life. We would like to use our knowledge and technology to help enhance all their cybersecurity skills,” said Taweerat.
The concerns are aimed to be addressed at DTAC’s one-month cyber camp to promote cybercrime awareness among youth and incubate cybersecurity innovation projects, in cooperation with ETDA and Cisco. 
The Young Safe Internet Leaders Cyber Camp Season 4 (YSLC #4) will offer youth an opportunity to learn about cybersecurity and how to stay safe and vigilant in the digital world, and experiment in a fun metaverse cybersecurity sandbox.
Cisco, as worldwide leader in technology, will leverage its Networking Academy program and expertise for YSLC Season 4. This digital upskilling course from the ETDA and Cisco aims to boost participants’ Digital Intelligence Quotient (DQ) and introduce the prevailing global cybersecurity challenges in 2022, such as deep fakes and phishing. Meanwhile, in the bootcamp, youth campers will interact with professionals who will inspire them with digital career guidance.
This year’s camp aims to enable an immersive learning experience, and it will take place in the metaverse. All participants will create their own virtual avatars and enjoy a wide range of various immersive activities, workshops and project incubations.
“Metaverse technology will allow participants to get a sense of being together in a virtual classroom. Metaverse will also facilitate them to learn how to protect themselves from cybercrime,” said On-uma Rerkpattanapipat, head of corporate communications and sustainability at Total Access Communication Plc (DTAC).  
As Telenor Group’s global partner, Cisco will offer real-world case studies on cyberattacks, phishing attacks, identity thefts, and infrastructure cyberattacks. This initiative in Thailand is the first of two pilot projects under a new Joint Purpose Agreement between Cisco and Telenor Group aimed at addressing the digital divide in Asia.
Apart from learning about global cybersecurity challenges in 2022 and beyond, youth participants will learn the process of forming a startup – from team matching, design thinking and using a business model canvas, to pitching to the panel on a mini-demo day. Coaching will be given through the cybersecurity sandbox, which will serve as an online co-working space, enabling coaches and participants to work together effectively.
Meanwhile, the ETDA will introduce the “Digital Citizen” online,  which has been developed based on the framework of the DQ Institute, the international think-tank dedicated to setting global standards for digital intelligence. The Digital Intelligence (DQ) framework is the global standards and common framework for digital literacy, skills, and readiness. It was endorsed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and Development, and World Economic Forum in 2018, and has been widely used by nations, organisations, and companies championing digital intelligence.
 According to the ETDA, participants can complete an original project that can work in the real world through effective teamwork, as well as learn important leadership skills and impact a changing digital culture. It’s also a chance to peek into the future and see what’s in store when it comes to digital career paths, while receiving additional resources and guidance from Cisco and ETDA. Participants will end the camp with a digital certificate to show what they have learned and accomplished.
On-uma expected this camp would help youth create new online norms and cultures that would lead to positive changes in the digital world.
DTAC Young Safe Internet Leader Cyber Camp 2022 is already open for applications. Upper high-school students aspiring to be cybercrime fighters and social innovators can apply from Wednesday until April 16 at  https://www.safeinternetlab.com/challenge/camp. Application and participation are free of charge and there is a scholarship purse of over THB400,000.

Published : April 06, 2022


Top Thai developers eyeing virtual land in Bangkokverse

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Nine real-estate developers in Thailand are negotiating the purchase of land in Bangkokverse in a bid to boost their presence in the metaverse.

Top Thai developers eyeing virtual land in Bangkokverse

Bangkokverse is the first metaverse platform developed by top Thai 3D creators, namely DOF, DECMedia, OwlStudio and Jom3D, who have worked to make the virtual city and buildings look as real as possible.

In an article published on Monday, Thansettakij media platform said nine developers – AssetWise, Frasers Property (Thailand), Raimon Land, Charn Issara Development, Eastern Star Real Estate, Grand Unity Development, Origin Property, SCOPE and TCC Assets – were studying and negotiating the purchase of virtual land.

As per the Bangkokverse master plan, a total virtual area of 876 rai divided into 848 plots is up for sale. However, the “superblock” or a prime area located next to a big park only has eight plots.

It is believed that the developers will use this as an opportunity to give Thailand’s real-estate world a brand-new facet. Though the price of these virtual plots has not been revealed, it is expected to be high and may rise in the future if the platform is successful.

Developers of Bangkokverse say the virtual city is expected to open in the third quarter of this year.

Thansettakij reckons Bangkokverse will transform Thailand’s property market, though some observers believe it is just a new trend that will possibly die down soon.

Published : April 04, 2022


Bitkub Blockchain Technology announces new road map to enhance its chain ecosystem

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Thailand’s Bitkub Blockchain Technology company announced radical new changes to the network’s protocol called “Erawan Hardfork” at Bitkub Chain, the Next Chapter event.

Bitkub Blockchain Technology announces new road map to enhance its chain ecosystem

Thailand’s Bitkub Blockchain Technology company announced radical new changes to the network’s protocol called “Erawan Hardfork” at Bitkub Chain, the Next Chapter event.

The purpose is to maximise efficiency of the blockchain network and prepare for mass adoption in the near future.

“The event initially started with vision and a mission by Jirayut Srupsrisopa, founder and CEO of Bitkub Capital Group Holdings, to develop Bitkub Chain from the beginning to the future, which aims to boost digital infrastructure in Thailand together with the perspective of future trends in technology and business,” the company said in a press release.

“With state-of-the-art technology, it has unlocked a new way of living,” Jirayut said.

“Firstly, we can easily exchange information on the internet, which will maximise growth of the digital economy via the free flow of data. Secondly, blockchain technology will also unlock the free flow of capital. This means money can circulate in the digital economy without an intermediary via micro entrepreneurship. As a result, Bitkub is building digital infrastructure to support Thailand so the country takes the lead in technology,” he explained.

Bitkub Blockchain Technology announces new road map to enhance its chain ecosystem

This follows the opening to 21 node validators on Bitkub Chain after the Erawan Hardfork process (upgrading from 11 to 21 node validators).

The 21 include Saha Pathanapibul, TPCS, Siamrajathanee, Proen Corp, Ananda Development, TPCX, Inspec, 2C2P (Thailand), Multiply Technology, SmartContract (Thailand), Villa Market JP, GetLinks (Thailand), Six Network (Thailand), ABX Ventures, Diamon Finance, Finstable, Shin-A Service, Dig Dig, SiS Distribution (Thailand), Minor International and Arch 2021 (Thailand), the press release said.

With the opening to more node validators, Bitkub announced the new big changes. These changes to the network’s protocol are called “Erawan Hardfork”.

Bitkub Chain will support several technical tools and enhance efficiency of the blockchain network.

“These new changes will maximise users’ potential together with improving Bitkub Chain’s ecosystem to become a worldwide leader in blockchain,” CEO Passakorn Pannok said. “Also, Bitkub Next will be a bridge that connects people from the physical to the digital world.”

CTO Samret Wajanasathian said: “The cooperation with node validators is another step in Bitkub Chain’s development, which will drive and strengthen the Chain in the digital world. We believe digital technology will become a part of people’s lives.”

Bitkub Blockchain Technology announces new road map to enhance its chain ecosystem

Rattanon Palanon, head of strategy at Bitkub Blockchain Technology, meanwhile introduced Bitkub Chain’s 2022 strategy.

He revealed new Bitkub Next and Bitkub NFT features, which will seamlessly connect people to the digital world.

At the Next Chapter event, there were three panel discussion sessions that allowed the company’s partners to discuss three main topics – DeFi (decentralised finance), GameFi and NFTs.

The DeFi session came courtesy of Finstable CEO Thanakorn Karoth, Yuemmai (Thailand) chief executive Sutthikiat Kittipattrakul and Loremboard CEO Thotsaporn Sunkbul.

The GameFi session was courtesy of Extend Interactive CEO Nenin Ananbanchachai, Dice Kingdom and ABX chief executive Chatchawan Suriyayanyong and Variasoft founder Pitchaya Srifa.

Meanwhile, the NFT session came courtesy of BitToon owner Chumpol Wongmatikul, Shin-A CEO and co-founder Nisith Ardharnwon, Thai Yamaha general marketing manager Plad Praweechanon, Amverse Digital CTO Surasak Vinij and YSTS Fam co-founder Jediiano.

Bitkub Blockchain Technology announces new road map to enhance its chain ecosystem

Another important highlight of the event was the Bitkub Metaverse project. At this session, The Monk Studio CEO Suponwich Somsamarn and Studio business development executive Sakolwan Nimmol presented the keynote speech together, enlightening the audience about the project.

Before wrapping up the event, Passakorn detailed the road map and ecosystem of Bitkub Chain.

The Next Chapter event also featured NFTs airdrop (Live) activities on Bitkub Chain’s official Facebook page.

More than 15,000 NFTs, 20 KUB coins along with special NFT collections were distributed in the Live event via Bitkub Next wallet scanning.

Published : March 31, 2022