VINchain is a part of World Tokenomic Forum!

May 9, 2018

Dear VINchain community,

We are thrilled to announce that VINchain is going to participate in the Annual Summit that will be held from May 8-10, in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands.

At this event, we will have the opportunity to be a part of the most crucial conversations in cryptocurrency, policy and the global "token" economy. Also, we will create important deals and partnerships, as so many valuable people and companies will be a part of this event — we will get the chance to introduce them to VINchain.

This event is held by the World Tokenomic Forum, which is the leading international organization for enabling public-private cooperation, interoperability, and innovation, as we move toward a new economic order in a token and blockchain-based global economy.

Their aim is to connect decentralized and centralized economic institutions to create a new economic order that works for all humanity, honors innovation and secures sovereignty — this is VINchain’s purpose as well, therefore, we are glad to participate. We are looking forward to hearing all of the perspectives that such an event is preparing for us!

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