Contentos’ Co-Founder Mick Tsai Spoke at Demo Asia and Consensus: Singapore 2018 and More

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The decentralized global content ecosystem sent its Co-Founder, Mick Tsai, to participate as a speaker at Demo Asia 2018, Consensus: Singapore 2018, a private LD Capital Event, and appeared on a panel.

Contentos’ participation in this year’s Singapore events coincided with an exciting announcement regarding the Original Artist Program.

Contentos, a decentralized global content ecosystem, sent Co-Founder, Mick Tsai, to Singapore to speak at four upcoming events. Demo Asia 2018 took place on September 18th, at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Singapore. Following that day-long conference, Mick was invited to speak at a privately held event put on by LD Capital. Mick’s third conference that he spoke at was Consensus: Singapore 2018, on September 19-20th. In addition to his participation as a speaker at Consensus, the Contentos team also had a booth. Also at Consensus, Mick participated in a panel discussion where he spoke to gaming, drones, and live streaming: seeking the decentralized web’s killer app.

These events follow a successful summer of speaking engagements, most notably at the 2018 Singapore Blockchain Summit, where he gave a speech about how Contentos is striving to integrate content creation with established DApps. Mick also highlighted the interactive challenges that users can participate in to earn their own COS tokens.

Not only were keynote speeches scheduled at Demo Asia, but it also included a one-day summit focusing on innovation and development in the following areas: financial technology, e-commerce payment, biotechnology, logistics, and the automotive industry. There were four keynote speakers, including Ning Tang, Founder and CEO of CreditEase, and Haoyang Li, Founder of Yixue Education.

At Consensus, the keynote speech was given by Nolan Bauerle, Director of Research at Coindesk. Following the keynote speech, were 19 additional sessions where attendees learned more about the blockchain industry as a whole, as well as more niche areas of blockchain. In addition to Mick’s speaking slot, the Contentos’ team had a booth on-site. Contentos’ bright blue booth included videos and various displays where you could find more information about their main partners: LiveMe, Cheez, and PhotoGrid.

Contentos’ participation in this year’s Singapore events coincided with an exciting announcement regarding the Original Artist Program. On the Cheez app, users can upload a 17-second original music video. The original poster can earn as many COS tokens as were the number of people who used the music. Also, extra rewards will be given to those who do well. To stay updated on Contentos’ progress, please visit http://www.contentos.io, Twitter, or join the Telegram channel

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About Contentos
Contentos is a public blockchain project specifically designed and built for the global digital content industry. By leveraging blockchain technology, Contentos aims to resolve major challenges that centralized content platforms face today, such as content distribution, monetization, authentication, and copyright management. Contentos seeks to empower creators by monetizing their content and encouraging collaboration with advertisers, fans, and other creators as well as rewarding positive contributions to the community.

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