Foresting and Decentre Expand their Network at Consensus
Foresting and Decentre arrived in New York for Consensus 2018 to expand their global partnerships and networks. Korean ICO startup Foresting is one of the hottest new Blockchain companies. Their are looking to develop a SNS blockchain platform that truly benefits the content creators. In addition, they are also going to incorporate a credit rating banking system and a crypto foundation for social change. Decentre is their main Blockchain advisor. They specialize in token creation, international marketing, and Blockchain technologies.
Consensus 2018 is the best place to expand their global network. The conference in New York has brought leaders and innovators in the crypto/Blockchain space into one location. Furthermore, the attendance has passed 8,500 and could reach 9,000 when it is all said and done. This is impressive considering some tickets are going for over $2,500.
Forming Global Partnerships and Networks
Both Foresting and Decentre have expanded their network to include Wachsman which is the world’s largest blockchain PR agency, ICO consultant firm Identity Mind Global, global currency platform Intercoin, Crypto trading exchange Kraken, Security Solutions company DSC, digital currency bank Bitbank, e-card solutions company FuseX, and that is just DAY 1!
“I am very happy to attend Consensus 2018, Decentre wants to expand our global reach and our marketing network outside of Korea. ” Mike Noh CMO at Decentre
It is great to see Korean companies getting out of Korea to expand their network. This will be key for ICO Korean startups like Foresting. If they want to be a truly global company they will need to go to many of these international Blockchain conferences and grow their partnerships and networks.
There was a large presence of Korean ICO companies at the Consensus 2018 conference. Therefore this goes to show that Korea is very much interested in being the innovators in this space, as well as early signs that it is very likely that ICOs will be back in Korea. In addition, the Korean government will be more open to allowing ICOs and crypto exchanges moving forward. This will of course depend on the Korean elections on June 13th. Therefore after the elections there will be a clearer picture as to the road for token sales in Korea. Furthermore, if it is allowed back, there will be a mass influx of ICO companies looking to get into the Korean market. Foresting and Decentre are trying to stay one step ahead of the game and so far they are doing a great job.