NFT enthusiasts initiate networking, Borneo Blockchain Symposium expected to be held by yearend

Afiq (back row, third left) with the participants photographed at the event.

KUCHING, Aug 28: Cybertech Plt with their strategic partners Sarawak Dayak Graduates Association (SDGA) and NFT Sarawak successfully organised an NFT Networking Night at The Walk Star Bistro, Carpenter Street here on Friday (Aug 26).

The event served as a platform for participants to learn more about non-fungible tokens (NFTs) apart from networking and exchanging information in order to become better NFT entrepreneurs.

Cybertech Plt director Afiq Fadhli Narawi said the event had a full house attendance from NFT enthusiasts of various ages and career backgrounds.

The event featured three speakers, namely cryptocurrency Firo chief operating officer Rueben Yap on ‘What is NFT?’, Avant Qard Sdn Bhd founder Abdul Mustaqim Abu Bakar on ‘Introduction to NFT Marketplaces and How To Mint Your NFT’ and Letterhythm founder Dhiya Roslan on ‘Metaverse World’.

“This event has reach its purpose which is mainly to develop (NFT) community’s knowledge and skills. Cybertech Plt is committed to organising more NFT knowledge-sharing events in future,” he said in a statement today.

Back in April this year, Cybertech Plt signed Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with Sarawak Entrepreneur Association (SEA) and SDGA in Kuching.

The MOUs were expected to shape communities in Sarawak and Borneo while overall acting as a platform to empower people especially youth, and position Sarawak as a leader for global entrepreneurship, technology and ecosystem development, education and training, research and development, and activities that will help make technology like blockchain more accessible to people and to government agencies and also the private sector.

Blockchains are a shared, immutable ledger that facilitates the process of recording transactions and tracking assets in a business network.

Following the signing of MOUs, Cybertech is expected to organise Borneo Blockchain Symposium 2022 in Sarawak by yearend. —DayakDaily