Ontology Takes Centre Stage at Blockchain Expo Tokyo

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Following the launch of our highly anticipated bespoke automotive solution and our recent partnership with global financial and mobility services provider, Daimler Mobility, Morio Katayama, Ontology’s Japan Ecosystem Lead, will share Ontology’s unique automotive solution at the newly launched Blockchain Expo Tokyo. To learn more about this partnership, Morio will be speaking on Wednesday, 28th October from 12.45 pm to 13.45 pm. At the venue, his talk will be taking place in the presentation room located next to the exhibition venue, where there will be 50 seats available.

The Expo will take place over the course of three days, from October 28th to 30th at Makuhari Messe Event Hall, Tokyo. Ontology will also have a virtual booth at the event, enabling individuals to network and engage in remote discussions with Morio, as well as Kristina Shalygina, Ontology Ecosystem Manager, Russia & CIS. You can register for the event here, access the Ontology virtual booth here.

Ontology will feature in the event alongside speakers such as Yuzo Kano, CEO of bitFlyer Blockchain Co., Honorary Professor Yukio Noguchi from the Waseda University, Kenji Saito, Chief Science Officer at Blockchain Hub Co., and many more.

Hosted by Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd, the Tokyo Blockchain Expo is one of the largest blockchain exhibitions in the world. The recently launched trade show showcases various blockchain innovations and technologies across a range of industry verticals spanning the pharmaceutical, energy, manufacturing, and finance sectors. The event not only gives attendees the chance to network and hear insights from industry leaders but also presents companies like Ontology with a unique opportunity to present new technologies and innovations to the Japanese market.

Ontology will attend the event off the back of their recent announcement of their partnership with Daimler Mobility, one of the world’s most successful ...

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