Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024

Despite recent scandals and the collapse of some major cryptocurrency exchanges, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has still approved several Bitcoin ETFs, injecting new funds and optimism into the industry. Many institutions seem optimistic about cryptocurrencies, and this upward trend is expected to ignite another bull market cycle against the backdrop of U.S. monetary policy easing and expectations of inflation.

However, where does blockchain technology fit into the financial markets? Will the hype surrounding ETFs become a reality? What impact will the Bitcoin halving have on the cryptocurrency market? How does the geopolitical landscape affect the adoption and investment of digital assets? What does the industry need to be fully regulated and compliant?

These questions have become hot topics at the 2024 Washington D.C. Blockchain Summit.

Recently, Odyssey Capital was invited to participate in the prestigious Washington D.C. Blockchain Summit, which received coverage from authoritative media outlets such as Time Magazine, The Guardian, and The Wall Street Journal.

The Washington Blockchain Summit is known for its bridging role and officially kicked off on May 15th. Numerous influential figures in the blockchain and digital asset fields attended the summit, engaging in discussions with senior decision-makers and regulators to explore the future of blockchain technology.

The summit’s agenda consisted of four parts: the Digital Indoor Stage, Regional Stage, Capital Stage, and Satoshi Lounge.

Odyssey Capital’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Mandell Pedro, successfully interacted with various project teams and leaders in the blockchain field through this event, facilitating discussions on potential collaborations and solidifying Odyssey’s strategic position in the global blockchain special assets, particularly non-performing assets.

On the “Blockchain Benefiting Society” topic at the Capital Stage, Mandell Pedro, together with Dave Uhryniak, the Development Director of TRON (Tron), and other well-known blockchain technology leaders, discussed the broad applicability and prospects of blockchain technology’s future applications and value logic.

When sharing current opportunities and future prospects of the special assets industry and blockchain technology applications, Mandell Pedro particularly mentioned the company’s strategic layout and capital blueprint in the field of non-performing assets.

As a global leader in technological innovation in the special assets industry, Odyssey Capital combines blockchain technology with finance to empower the efficient circulation of quality assets, creating new business opportunities and enhancing the efficiency of traditional industries. It achieves this by digitizing and improving technology to increase the efficiency and competitiveness of physical industries, thereby creating stable returns for investors.

Mandell stated that today, we have gradually constructed an inclusive innovation model in the special assets industry, especially in the field of non-performing asset disposal, to build a platform for win-win cooperation through informatization means; achieve efficient resource integration and enhance the efficiency and scale of special asset disposal.

In order to occupy a place in the trillions of non-performing asset disposal market, Odyssey has assembled a powerful operating team to support the company in seeking relatively high-quality non-performing assets worldwide, conducting mergers and acquisitions, and reorganizing them for listing.

At the summit, Mandell also proposed the establishment of a global Special Assets Alliance Fund, which aims to introduce more capital and strength to accelerate the development of the special assets industry, complete the industry’s transformation from traditional capital to digital finance. This initiative received positive recognition from the leaders and chamber of commerce representatives at the summit, with guests expressing their intentions to discuss cooperation details with Mandell during coffee breaks and dinners.

We believe and look forward to the implementation of a global Special Assets Alliance Fund shortly after the summit.

Organization: Odyssey

Contact Person: keekoksen

Website: https://www.odyssey-holdings.com

Email: keekoksen@odyssey-holdings.com

Country:United States