PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Indonesia is expected to become the largest digital economy in Southeast Asia by 2030, reaching IDR 4,500-trillion (approx. USD 302-billion) in value. It’s an exciting to time to be here, especially if you’re a digital entrepreneur in the blockchain business or if you’re wanting to create an IT startup.
This is why Seven Stones Indonesia is organizing a panel discussion with Q&As on the legal aspects of startups and starting a blockchain business in Indonesia on Saturday, September 10 at T-Hub by Tokocrypto in Jalan Batu Belig, Canggu.
Starting at 10.30am, this event promises to be a valuable source of practical and up-to-date information to help you successfully navigate the rules and government regulations you’ll need as well as explaining the difference between blockchain and crypto trading companies; the current moratorium on providing new licenses; how your crypto assets can be legally traded on Indonesian exchanges and the main obstacles IT startups and blockchain companies face.
We’ll be joined by industry experts Faye Wongso from Kumpul, Michael Bennallack and David Setiawan from Republik Rupiah, Antria Pansy from Tokocrypto and Simon Shaluhm from Favourse with panel moderator Vasily Pronin.
If you’re interested in capitalizing on a digital future in Indonesia, this is one event you really don’t want to miss!
It’s free of charge but you do need to RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org as seats are limited.
DATE: Saturday, September 10
TIME: Starting at 10.30am
VENUE: T-Hub by Tokocrypto in Jalan Batu Belig, Canggu