Paycer Crypto Meet up: November Recap
Last thursday, Paycer Crypto Meet up took place in ArtStadt, Hamburg. more than 50 guests from different industries joined our event. Hamburg is home to a multitude of tech giants and many crypto-related start ups are joining the space. Hopefully, we will continue organizing such events to introduce crypto-related start ups and organizations in Hamburg as well as analysing the use cases of Blockchain in different industries.
Our goal is to expand the blockchain community of Hamburg and to provide free education for accelerating the mass adoption. There were 4 speakers from different companies in the blockchain industry.
Nils Gregersen, the managing director of Paycer GmbH started the event by presenting the first topic which was about how Paycer creates an NFT, with a link to a DebitCard.
Moritz Schildt, the founder of CoinIX presented the use cases of CoinIX portfolios. CoinIX is an investment firm which pursues the goal of analyzing opportunities in the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology market and identifies promising investments.
Aaron Büttner, Blockchain analyst at Michael Page talked about the development of the Web3 labor market and the emerging challenges and opportunities. Michael Page has five decades of expertise in professional services recruitment and Aaron is involved in building the blockchain department as well as analyzing the Web3 labor market.
Victoria Hoffmann, Co-founder of Crypto Girls Club talked about her mission to inspire women for getting involved in web3 and to become leaders in the blockchain industry. crypto girls club is a Berlin-based community of curious learners, creators, developers and entrepreneurs.
After the presentations, all the speakers joined the stage for a panel discussion. the audience asked some detailed questions about their projects as well as the regulations-related issues in germany and the speakers shared their knowledge and experience.
It was interesting to see that most of the people who joined the event were contributing to the blockchain technology in different ways. many of them had their own crypto-related projects and they were invited by Paycer Team to be the speakers of the future Paycer Crypto Meet ups.
After the panel disccusion the guests had the chance to network within the community and brainstorm with their new connections. Even though the end of the event was announced 21:00, the interesting conversations continued until midnight.
Paycer Crypto Meet up was a great experience for us as well as our guests and it provided the chance for everyone in the Web3 community to expand their realm of networks and to find new opportunities for partnerships, investor search, etc. Stay tuned about the next Paycer Crypto Meet up.
Paycer’s goal is to aggregate DeFi investments multi-chain and make them available to users without the need for their own wallet nor the expertise. This should allow anyone to generate a passive income in a world where banks no longer pay interest. Hence the Paycer team is developing a bridge protocol for DeFi and TradFi to combine the best of both worlds and make it available for retail clients #CeDeFi. Apart from the technical matters and the creation of a super easy to use final product. The goal is also to create a regulatory framework that allows the legal operation of a DeFi platform within the EU first and subsequently in other regions.
Currently, a DeFi platform is already available on paycer.finance on which Paycer tokens PCR can be claimed and staked. More features will go live soon. At the moment on Polygon but other blockchains will be integrated in the near future. Paycer is also working on a banking partnership to be able to combine DeFi with a traditional bank account. In addition to the development of the DeFi platform, the development of the final consumer product is also in progress.
Be sure to follow Paycer on social media for all the latest updates on product development. We have further exciting announcements to share very soon.
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