Jev Vainsteins of Enecuum speaking at a Block Show conference.
“Luxembourg is a beautiful country with great quality of living that also provides great networking and business opportunities."
Hours after Arch Summit came to an end, Delano spoke with one of the participants about its impact on his company.
The primary objective of the Arch Summit organised by Tomorrow Street was to connect people and help them to establish “impactful relationships.” The event took place at Luxexpo The Box on 3 & 4 May and, according to at least one participating company, it was mission accomplished.
Enecuum is a Russian company based in Hong Kong that took advantage of Tomorrow Street’s invitation to join the Arch Summit with the express purpose of establishing relationships.
“Due to our support for mobile mining, our blockchain protocol is very interesting to mobile operators and the Arch Summit was first step for us in establishing relationships with Vodafone,” explained Jev Vainsteins, Enecuum’s CBDO.
“The summit also allowed to gain a better understanding of Luxembourg’s blockchain landscape and we made some excellent contacts to follow up with.”
In fact, Enecuum was so impressed by the event that they actually spent several hours with a lawyer discussing the possibility of setting up a Luxembourg holding company.
“Luxembourg is a beautiful country with great quality of living that also provides great networking and business opportunities,” Vainstein added.