Members of the Dragon team were at the Blockchain Economic Forum Annual Meeting held in Davos from 22nd to the 25thJanuary 2019. Since the first event held in 1971 world business and political leaders have headed to the small Swiss village to discuss the future of the global economy with the collective mission statement of the organising body, the WEF, to "improve the state of the world".
The theme for this year’s event was Globalisation 4.0 and saw leading figures such as Prince William and Sir David Attenborough in attendance alongside prime ministers presidents and key members of leading Blockchain solution providers such as Dragon.
As a company that prides itself on staying ahead of the competition and keeping abreast of global developments it was only natural that Dragon would be in attendance to engage in lively discussion issues surrounding globalisation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The Cognizant Center for the Future of Work (CFoW) announced that our increasing reliance on artificial intelligence (AI) and continued automation has the potential to create a staggering 21 million jobs over the next ten years.
Of course, Dragon already utilize cutting edge AI systems for Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) verifications checks when you sign up to the Dragon Exchange (DRGx) which has recently had a stunning make over to its user interface which you should definitely check out.
AI undoubtedly offers mouth-watering benefits to augment people’s lives at home and in the workplace ultimately making both more enjoyable and productive. Dragon Blockchain will add much-needed trust and transparency to digital remittance transactions, dramatically reducing operational costs for business who will them be able to pass these savings to their customer base.
A key theme at the summit was about democratizing access to information and services for underserved communities, something Dragon has already keenly aware of and has been actively investigating for some time. Use of a low-cost smartphone combined with the easy to use and secure Dragon Social Wallet throws the door wide open for people to use Dragon Coin (DRG) in the physical world to buy goods and services.
The use of Dragon Blockchain technology has already been proven after being put through its paces in live e-gaming events and as part of the history making implementation to allow military charities to accept digital donations. With the number Dragon Blockchain use cases increasing at an impressive pace, DRG and the Dragon Social Wallet are set to become the go to products for both B2B and B2C markets in 2019.
Whilxc nst the weather was bitterly cold in Switzerland the heat generated by the interest in Dragon went a long way to bring warmth to even the most reluctant adopters of blockchain so why not visit us to find out why Dragon are the number one choice for Blockchain Solutions.