The Japanese market is seen by VirtualCyte as one of it’s important target as we continue to push through the rest of 2018.
Recently, VirtualCyte and CyteCoin have presented their winning business case at Finwise Summit Tokyo 2018.
FINWISE Summit, to date is the most influential blockchain event in the world, bringing together the best talents, industry experts from various enterprises. FINWISE Summit aims to strengthen the cooperation among blockchain-related followers and promote the development of global financial technological strategies.
Mr. Kasai Kiyoshi (Left), Chief Director of Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) and Mr. Peter Yu (Right), CEO of VirtualCyte | CyteCoin
VirtualCyte’s CEO Peter Yu was interviewed by NHK Japan about CyteCoin and how it can revolutionize blockchain and VR/360/AR technologies together.
It is very evident that Japan has a very open and friendly outlook towards innovative technology like AR/VR, Fintech, BlockChain and CryptoCurrency making it a prime interest for lots of digital companies and even within traditional industries circles.
In comparison with Korea, the Japanese market has an even higher demand for AR/VR, blockchain, AI and it’s application to various commercial sectors targeting wide range of public audiences.
Miss. Miyazaki Eri (Left), Kevin Chan (Middle), COO of VirtualCyte | CyteCoin and Mr. Kentaro Suto (Right), General Manager of M-ON! Entertainment, Sony Music
VirtualCyte also forged a strong collaboration with M-ON! Entertainment, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment by exploring together the best way to bring JPOP and engaging VR contents to overseas markets such as China and the SEA region.
VirtualCyte and M-ON! have began looking into the popular JPOP brand Nogizaka46 and Generations from Exile Tribe.
Mr. Yusuke Mizuno (Left), LINE Strategic Development and Kevin Chan (Right), COO of VirtualCyte | CyteCoin
VirtualCyte also had a productive meeting with LINE Corporation to discuss about internet trends and the transition to the latest technology segments (AR/VR, Big Data and most importantly, Blockchain) in a variety of ways beneficial for both companies and it’s customers.
Mr. Masato Tomizawa (Left), Corporate Planning of JTB and Kevin Chan (Right), COO of VirtualCyte | CyteCoin
A collaborative meeting between JTB and VirtualCyte took place as they brainstormed on various strategies with the use of AR/VR as well as blockchain in their aim to introduce Japan as a unique travel destination, bringing the best travel experience to the world.
JTB is a premier destination management company with the world’s largest fully-integrated network, JTC have offered over 100 years of specialized global services to a wide range of business such as MICE( Meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions), Leisure travel and FIT (Free Independent Traveler).
To top it all, VirtualCyte met with the top Lenovo NEC’s executives fostering strong synergy as we work and collaborate with Lenovo NEC’s upcoming VR product offerings.
With all this exciting developments, VirtualCyte is well poised to penetrate the Japanese Market better and faster.