FinTech4Good President Xiaochen Zhang Shared on Block1Plus3 Acceleration Initiative at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
Washington, D.C.– December 10, 2018-The Blockchain Best Practice Forum was held successfully at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. This exclusive event gathered executives across governments, corporations, and academia.
Dr. Jim Kyung-Soo Liew, assistant professor of finance at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and Jose Arrieta, associate deputy assistant secretary for Acquisition at U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) opened the Forum. Many of the practical blockchain best practices are shared at the following panel discussions. To scale up these use cases, Xiaochen Zhang introduced a new program, Block1Plus3 Acceleration Initiative that FinTech4Good is working on.
Xiaochen Zhang, President of FinTech4Good was sharing on the Block1Plus3 Acceleration Initiative
"The Block1Plus3 Acceleration Initiative is a collaborative program participated by leading universities, incubators and blockchain innovators. In working with universities, we will select and train university students from different disciplines to become FinTech4Good Fellows. The top start-ups which are selected to enter into this program will be matched with 3 Fellows each to meet one goal defined by the company. On one hand, this Initiative will give students opportunity to gain practical experience from working with some of the most impactful blockchain startups. On the other hand, these start-ups will be able to strengthen their technical and adaptive capacity in achieving their goals. ” said Xiaochen Zhang at the event. “These Fellows will be guided by our mentors and become an important part in these startups journey to succeed.”