OmiseGO Launches Another Neutrino-Blockchain Co-Working Space in Singapore

OmiseGO Launches Second Neutrino-Blockchain Co-Working Space In Singapore

The second co-working space known as Neutrino, has been launched by OmiseGO in Singapore. The first location was launched earlier this year in Tokyo with a great receivement from the community in the country.

Even when blockchain technology keeps growing all over the world, it is far from mainstream public adoption because there is limited collaboration between blockchain entrepreneurs themselves. At the same time, there is not enough involvement between business, educators, and regulators.

Neutrino Singapore will be located at The Great Room and will host community events, developer meetups, and blockchain-based projects. Additionally, there will be educational events to teach interested individuals about blockchain technology.

The main intention is to create a global network of co-working spaces where members are able to use the Neutrino offices around the world and be in contact with the expertise of the blockchain community.

Nick Gan Omise’s Country manager for Singapore commented about it:

“The key goal behind setting up Neutrino is to facilitate an environment where community members can drive innovation, to collaborate and experiment together as blockchain technology evolves.”

Singapore is an important location for blockchain technology. The city is full of blockchain and crypto related startups that have global projection. With this blockchain space, companies will be able to harness the power of networks and connect internationally.

With these co-working space it will be possible to help blockchain to expand all over the world and between different companies.

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