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Centrality Monthly Update — June
CEO Aaron McDonald shares key developments over the past month. To stay up-to-date on the progress of Centrality’s ecosystem, follow us on Twitter and our Telegram Announcements channel, plus join our community on Centrality’s Official Telegram, Instagram, Reddit and Facebook.
With June marking half way of 2019, it’s a great time to reflect on what Centrality and our ecosystem partners have accomplished to date. Here’s a snapshot of what we’ve achieved this far:
January we kicked off the year by exhibiting at Japan Blockchain Conference alongside PL^G in Yokohama.
February we had the Centrality Accelerator Demo Day, where six of our accelerator teams graduated from a rigorous programme of business acceleration. These teams will be among the first to develop on CENNZnet and use the developer portal.
March saw me head to Vietnam for a panel discussion with Forbes Tech Summit and I presented at the Deloitte Asia Pacific Tech 500 Celebration in Auckland to talk about technologies enabling disruption, with a focus on the digital customer experience and innovative uses of blockchain technology.
April I was in Berlin to discuss future partnerships, and our ecosystem partner TrackBack successfully tracked genuine mānuka honey from its origin in New Zealand to its destination in Shanghai, China.
May has been our biggest month since our TGE! Both PL^G and Centrality launched their respective developer portals to market, which means you can now start using our tools to build your own blockchain or DApp. In addition to launching our tech into the world we sponsored TechWeek, New Zealand’s biggest festival of innovation and hosted Minister for Transport Phil Twyford to discuss the future of mobility through projects in our ecosystem like Iomob and Sylo.
But it doesn’t stop there, June has been equally as busy with interest in ...
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