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Weekly report (January 4-11 2021)

Global Events

This month Li Jun, the founder of Ontology, was invited to attend the first Blockchain Innovators Assembly hosted by Bibi News where he participated in a discussion on public chain performance, alongside the founder of TRON and CTO of PlatON, Li Jun showcased his views on pressing topics at the moment, including the competition and collaboration with Ethereum, different methods of increasing on-chain scalability and privacy protection. Other subjects discussed at the assembly included the improvement of interoperability between public chains, and the development patterns of public chains in 2021. At the end of 2020, the Ontology team was invited to a blockchain discussion sponsored by Tuoniao Blockchain. This event saw a discussion on Ontology’s achievements in 2020 and development plans for 2021.

Industry News

Li Jun was interviewed by Forkast.News where he reflected on the most noteworthy developments for the industry in 2020 as well as providing a look ahead to the next 12 months.

“The prospects for 2021 look bright as major forces driving adoption in 2020 will remain powerful.”

Erick Pinos, the Americas Ecosystem Lead at Ontology also gave his thoughts on what 2021 might have in store for the crypto world. ”

Erick Pinos was also featured in App Developer Magazine commenting on trends in the blockchain and crypto industries for 2021.

“There will be attempts to pass regulations for blockchain and crypto, large financial institutions will move funds into Bitcoin, and DeFi will stay prominent throughout 2021.”

2020 has proven to be a year of twists and turns. Despite these challenges, in the context of the global pandemic, blockchain applications and emerging technologies continue to thrive. As the dialogue on basic national income and the distribution of global database management systems changes, the global crisis appears to be drawing people’s attention to decentralized solutions.

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