East Meets West - Blockchain Connects Modern Businesses Regardless of Heritage
Blockchain technology is a centerpiece to many modern projects. People from all parts of the globe are learning to cross borders with more respect, and with more understanding of what is customary in the local communities as they travel. Let's examine the ways that South Korean blockchain teams are forming unique relationships with their Western peers, in the United States of America.
LAS VEGAS, October 22, 2018 (Newswire.com) - The Private Instant Verified Transactions (PIVX) team announced its plans to list their coin with a new cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea; the User Is Owner Exchange (UIOEX). As customary in the East, the UIOEX team invited PIVX to send a representative to meet face-to-face in order to solidify future plans.
The UIOEX president, Seo Jun shook hands with PIVX Global Ambassador, Bryan Doreian, in South Korea in early October this year. This was a monumental gesture towards the future. Business leaders in Asia require a face-to-face meeting, and often times the people involved arrange a shared meal before a Memorandum Of Understanding comes to fruition.
In fact, during this time it is considered unusual to begin discussing business at all. In South Korea, the residents practice this custom without noticing that it is a ritual the Western world is not always familiar with. This same rule doesn’t exist in the United States Of America, at least not formally. A gracious blend of two cultures starts this way.
In return for PIVX making an effort to travel thousands of miles to South Korea, Seo Jun then flew from South Korea to the United States of America to meet the PIVX team on their home turf. Seo Jun had traveled over vast oceans with a small group of South Korea’s well-connected cryptocurrency experts to complete the circle of introductions as they do it in Eastern cultures. In Las Vegas, Nevada, the PIVX founder, James Burden shook the hand of UIOEX President, Seo Jun, sending the future into a powerful, productive start with the promise of great things to come.
A PIVX affiliated project, zDEX, along with UIOEX, and FortuneX are all allied in what appears to be the newly forming consortium of cryptocurrency exchanges. There is a common theme detectable while browsing the chat rooms, forums, and Telegram channels related to all of these companies. They all express the strong desire to eliminate scammers totally in peer-to-peer trades. This network of crypto-companies is constantly discussing the ways they can work together to clean up the "crypto-scene." If this diverse assortment of leaders does intend to organize formally, the entire community of cryptocurrency users will benefit from their protective potential.