South Korea's No. 1 Mobile Messaging App Kakao Holds a Meetup in Bangkok for Its Blockchain Platform 'Klaytn'

2018-11-23 09:59 2222

SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Klaytn, the blockchain platform of the leading South Korean mobile platform, Kakao is holding a meetup 'Hello, Klaytn in BKK' on November 27th in Bangkok.

Hello, Klaytn in BKK
Hello, Klaytn in BKK

Klaytn, which launched the testnet exclusively to its partners last month, is dedicated to popularization of blockchain by offering a blockchain service for mass adoption. It focuses on providing a friendly user experience and easy development environment for service providers to develop and operate DApps (Decentralized Applications). Klaytn is partnering with leading enterprises in various industry domains including games, entertainment, healthcare, finance, etc., with a plan to further strengthen its ecosystem.

'Hello, Klaytn in BKK' follows Klaytn's first meetup, 'Hello, Klaytn in SF,' which took place in San Francisco, California during San Francisco Blockchain Week back on October 10th. As Bangkok emerges as the next blockchain hub for blockchain market in Southeast Asia, Klaytn seeks to expand the reach of blockchain and increase its awareness in Bangkok market. At this meetup, Klaytn testnet, also known as Aspen, will be showcased. In addition, blockchain experts and representatives will lead insightful presentations and panel discussions, followed by networking party.

The meetup will take place at UnionSPACE Bangkok at 6 p.m. Any blockchain developers, service providers, or those interested in the industry in general, up to 150 participants, can register at

[About Klaytn]

Klaytn is a public blockchain platform of the leading South Korean mobile platform, Kakao. Dedicated to validating the value and utility of blockchain technology by providing a blockchain service for mass adoption, Klaytn provides an easy development environment and friendly user experience. Klaytn seeks to continue advancing the platform to offer blockchain services for millions of users.

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Source: Klaytn