We’re pleased to partner with HashKey, Blockstack’s lead investor from Hong Kong, to educate new institutional investors about Blockstack and Web 3 apps and to invest in the future of a user-controlled internet. This partnership contributes to Blockstack’s priority to build a diverse ecosystem of developers, investors, and community members.
HashKey is a leading FinTech group and blockchain research institution in Asia building a Web 3.0 ecosystem through their investments, events, and content, including HashKey’s annual international Digital Asset Summit and regular Digital Asset Intelligence Series seminars. One of their key pillars of support for Blockstack in Asia is raising awareness of Blockstack and the Stacks Token in the traditional financial sector through hosting public and private educational seminars for professionals in this sector. HashKey educates high-net-worth individuals, institutional investors, professional investors, and small-to-medium size funds.
HashKey plans to host additional educational seminars for traditional financial professionals as part of Hong Kong’s Fintech Week and Singapore’s Fintech Festival. These seminars include education about how Web 3.0 is defined, new data ownership models —including lessons from Blockstack, how developers build and monetize apps in this new era, and how digital tokens differ from equity as a new asset class.
HashKey may offer up to 10 million Stacks Tokens to purchasers outside of the US as part of the partnership. This limited engagement provides the opportunity for institutional investors, who otherwise may not have direct exposure to crypto assets, to learn about the project and potentially join the community as a stakeholder. You can find more details in the public filing here.
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