HONG KONG, April 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On April 17, 2019, TokenSky Blockchain Hong Kong Session was held in the Hong Kong tech zone, inviting blockchain projects and investors from all over the world to participate. Focusing on blockchain application and with the theme "Chain Opportunity Embracing Supervision", all guests discussed how to accelerate new Dapp scenarios and deep blockchain cooperation between different countries and industries.
Scry founder Eva Foo was invited to this blockchain summit and delivered a speech with the theme "Scry data contracts support business application development". She introduced Scry.info protocol layer to audiences and announced that Scry protocol layer aims to support business blockchain applications based on real data and connect smart data contracts with business plans smoothly. It is not only technology fusion but also a strategic layout.
Scry also discussed Scry City, an independent product on Scry protocol layer, which is a virtual city parallel to the real world. It will support flight insurance, weather prediction, financial data transactions, future indexes and other data contacts.
It has been a busy year for Scry, and will get even busier. In March this year, Scry was invited as the only technical supporter for Hitachi Hackathon, providing bottom development tools for geeks on IOT and big data development. In May, the Scry project will open source to further develop in areas such as smart contracts, defining rules, assisting in strategy, and predicting the future, all aspects that blockchain can provide for with real data.
The data contract is where potential for blockchain lies, as it allows for connections to enterprises, society and real applications. Scry will provide a protocol layer platform for developers, lower the barriers for blockchain development, and welcome all developers to develop products with real use cases.
In the second half of 2019, SCRY will bring more cross-industry blockchain applications and have business cooperation with governments and organizations.