Speaker "Jason Lee" Details Back



How are real world use cases being developed on the blockchain for an Asia Pacific perspective?


The presentation will focus on real world blockchain applications that are presently being implemented in Asia Pacific as well as opportunities and challenges within the blockchain industry implementation in an emerging Asian market. This presentation will provide insight at the Boston Global Blockchain Conference that will be unique and different, providing an inside scoop on a different side of the world.


Jason is the Expansion Director for Australia and New Zealand with Foundation based in Melbourne, Australia. Foundation is embarking on a global expansion plan and Jason will focus on driving partnerships to increase the adoption of the NEM blockchain technology. Recently acknowledged in the Forbes 30 Under 30 2018 list, Jason also sits at a Board Member of the Blockchain Centre in Australia and is a founding member of the FinTech Association of Malaysia. Apart from that, he is the co-founder Consortio, a commercialisation consulting firm, InsurTech startup PolicyStreet (which raised USD500k) and Finnext Capital, a smart city accelerator programme based out of Cyberjaya, Malaysia. He is a deal-maker, community-builder and entrepreneur with a background in business development, client proposition, digital enablement and innovation & commercialisation consulting. He started his career with Standard Chartered Bank’s international programme having worked in front line customer-facing roles, Wealth Management, CEO’s Office, Commercial & Retail Banking with business exposure in Singapore, Dubai and Kuala Lumpur. He has been a speaker, judge, mentor, consultant and investor in startups and is familiar with working with the private and public sector including regulators and incubator & accelerator programmes. He has a wide network in with markets in Asia-Pacific. Jason is currently enrolled in the Emerging Leaders Development Programme with Eagles Leadership Institute and holds a Masters of International Business and Bachelor of Laws from the Australia and had attended executive programmes in strategy and management with Cambridge Judge Business School.