(Ended) Women's Network Series: March 12, blockchain technology and its development - SupChina

(Ended) Women’s Network Series: March 12, blockchain technology and its development

Catherine Li, the co-founder and COO of Chain DD, will explain blockchain development and the U.S.-China markets

Catherine Li, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of ChainDD, will talk about how blockchain is developing in both China and the U.S., and how it is changing our markets. If you’re in New York on Tuesday, March 12, join us for a night of networking and conversation at SupChina’s March Women’s Network Series.

ChainDD is a New York-based blockchain-focused fintech company that spun off from TMTPost Group, a leading tech media company headquartered in Beijing with 150 million readers and 1.5 billion page views as of the end of 2018. ChainDD has become the top blockchain news and market data provider in China, with more than 2 million registered users since its establishment in early 2018.

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When: Tuesday, March 12, 6 to 8:30 pm


Loeb and Loeb LLP
345 Park Avenue (Park Ave and 52nd St)
New York, NY

$25 per person

FREE for SupChina ACCESS members.

For more info, please email events@supchina.com.

About the Speaker:

Prior to ChainDD, Catherine Li founded Silverchain Ventures, which aims to provide advisory service and investment funds to startups with high potential and focus on fintech and blockchain technologies. Li has also sat on the advisory board of many high-tech companies, including Fintech Payment Corporation, Bolb Inc., RewardRefer, and Bottos, etc.

Prior to her entrepreneurial journey, Li was a senior credit risk executive at Bank of America, assuming various leadership roles in technology, data, and analytics, as well as credit risk and portfolio management. She holds a Master’s in Computer Science and Environmental Economics from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and East China Normal University in China. She has also been a CFA charter holder since 2006.

Li is also leading the Charlotte chapter as a co-chair for The Chinese Finance Association (TCFA), which is the largest non-profit professional association in finance for overseas Chinese.

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