Where Blockchain is Breaking Out of Decentralized Finance

From video games to NFT art collectibles, tech companies are pushing the promise of block chain and leveraging its technology to build industry trust and community.

I wanted to get the perspectives of a couple tech experts on how broader media industry use cases could set the tone for future blockchain applications.

Lary Pang, the Head of Business Development at IoTex, a company building the world’s leading privacy-centric blockchain platform for the Internet of Things (IoT), shares his thoughts on how blockchain is breaking out of decentralized finance.

Victor Zhang, the CEO of AlphaWallet a company committed to connecting businesses and consumers with the new digital economic infrastructure through tokenization, dives into the advantages and disadvantages of companies assigning a significant portion of their balance sheets to crypto.

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