Martin Speight to share Gaimin’s progress at “The Next Trends” during Korea Blockchain Week 2019

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“For the very first time, I will share with my community on how our software looks like and how easy it is to operate and mine with Gaimin. Looking forward to meet all my supports soon”

– Martin Speight, CEO of Gaimin said during a pre event interview with Jenny Zheng, Cofounder of

“The Next Trends” is one of the fringe events happening on the 1 October 2019 at the Huobi Coffee Club, B1. This event is organised by, a blockchain based gaming platform company in the United Kingdom and supported by, a community driven media company based in Asia.

This event aims to bring leading thinkers from Europe, USA and Asia together to discuss about upcoming trends ahead for the blockchain and technology industry. Featuring Yuanjie Zhang- Cofounder of Conflux (China), Tom Peng- Founder of Doge China (China), Shirley Yu- Director of OKex (China), Håvard Claussen Martinsen- TCM Capital (Norway),  Anndy Lian- Book Author of “Blockchain Revolution 2030” (Singapore), Sander de Bruijn- Investor Relations of Gaimin (Netherlands), Jenny Zheng- Cofounder of (China), Andrew Faridani- President of Breeze Max Web (Canada), Jackson Ra- Head of Advisory of Chain Partners (Korea), Taka Okabe of Project Unicorn (Japan), Aiden Lee- CEO of TVCC (Korea) and more.

To register for this event, log on to Seats are limited and will be on a first come first serve basis.

Updated Program:

Synopsis: 2030 is still far away but technologies are developing at such fast speed that next year’s trends need to be identified as quickly as possible. This is especially so when it comes to Blockchain where it’s full possibilities are not yet fully disclosed. “The Next Trends” will discuss and feature some of the upcoming trends globally.

6.30pm:  Networking & Registration

7.00pm: Welcome Speech

7.05pm: “Why Gaming is the Catalyst to Mass Blockchain Adoption” 

– Martin Speight, CEO,

Forget about finance, gaming can also be the key catalyst for blockchain adoption. Gaming brings forward a mass community of untapped potential for the blockchain industry to kick start mass adoption.

– Why gamers are most likely to be the first major adopters of Blockchain?
– How Asia is set to lead the way in the new gaming market?
– What do you look out for in the gaming industry?

7.35 pm: Identifying the Value in Digitalization and Blockchain


– Aiden Lee, CEO, TVCC (South Korea)
– Tom Peng, Founder, Doge China (China)
– Taka Okabe, Project Unicorn (Japan)
– Shirley Yu, Director, OKEX (China)


– Jenny Zheng, Co-Founder, (China)

Digitalization is transforming the way industry functions and unleashing global opportunities for value creation. With the injection of Blockchain technology, it helps to address and solve more issues and creates a difference value proposition.

– What is the true value in digitalization?
– What is the strategic business value?
– Why is blockchain in trend?
– How do you see different technologies working together to form a new value chain?

8.10pm: Blockchain Moving Beyond the Hype and Facing Reality


– Yuanjie Zhang, Co-Founder, Conflux (China)
– Jackson Ra, Head of Advisory, China Partners Inc. (South Korea)
– Håvard Claussen Martinsen, Co-founder, TCM Capital (Norway)
– Martin Speight, CEO, (Spain)


Anndy Lian, Inter-governmental Blockchain Advisor (Singapore)

According to Gartner report, blockchain will be “transformational” across a variety of industries in the next 5 to 10 years. Many people in the industry says that we are still in the speculative stage and we will have to face reality soon.

– Has blockchain solve the scalability issues?: When, Where, How?
– Do investors still look at investing their money into blockchain companies? And what are the steps you take to make sure that the investors are in place?
-What is your opinion on POW, POS or other consensus protocols?
– Is there a future for Blockchain or is it just Bitcoin?

8.45pm: Lucky Draw & Group Photo

9.00pm: Networking 




Name: Joann Park



Location: South Korea