As we say goodbye to 2018, it’s a great time to take a moment and look back at our triumphs, and more importantly, by addressing our failures, we will become stronger in the year to come. This past year, blockchain showed us a wide range of emotions and possibilities, and yes, where improvements must be made; and not just for individuals, but also for communities, businesses and even entire industries.
Not shying away from challenging questions that face the blockchain industry, the Public Chain Technology Alliance (PCTA), with nearly 20 alliance project members, is preparing their fourth AMA session. Senior members from 5 separate and unique projects have been invited, will join in and answer questions from the entire blockchain community. They are founders and senior leaders from NEM, NULS, PCHAIN, ColdLar Wallet, BEPAL. The guests are NEM China Regional Head & NEM council Member Steve Li, NULS Community Manager Essam Elmir, PCHAIN founder Jeff, founder & CEO of ColdLar Wallet Dawei Yuan, BEPAL CEO Hugo.
The fourth AMA is appropriately titled, “What do you think of the different stages of public chain projects developing in 2018? And what's your crazy speculation for public chain in 2019.”
While there are a wide range of emotions about this subject, what should we really expect from this AMA? Since it’s being hosted by industry leaders, we will hear a unique and subjective view about the topic. By being able to differentiate speculation and emotion from logic and fact, they will shed some light on why many blockchain projects collapsed during 2018, as well as identifying some true possibilities for 2019 and beyond! Personally, I am looking forward to seeing the questions raised by the blockchain community as well as the answers from industry leaders!
Be sure to take part
Leave a question — simple or complex, upvote other community members questions, checkout the live AMA or just be sure to read the recap once the AMA is complete. I am sure many of us will leave the AMA with a new, and possibly profound, perspective about this turbulent past year along with a realistic overview of what’s to come!
Session will begin : Beijing Time: Thursday, Dec 20, 11:00-12:00 AM
California/PST Time: Wednesday, December 19, 7:00–8:00 PM; New York Time: Wednesday, December 19, 10:00–11:00 PM