I was hesitating about whether I should write this article as there is a chance it may offend some peers in this industry and, just to be clear, I sincerely hope it does not. But I decided to write this to clear my thoughts in order to better carry out our next phase of work.
To preface, before this trip, I spent a long time preparing and had generally high expectations. My true goal was to lay the foundation for Ontology in the US. Our community members may notice that I have shared this thought many times in the community and have even gone so far as to set targets for this workshop tour.
When I landed in San Francisco, the first message I got was from Silin Shang, co-founder of Huoxing Finance. He asked me a question:
From your perspective, which public chain with a Chinese background has the best performance in terms of overseas community and ecosystem?
To give background, Mr. Shang has always been a respected senior in the industry for me. He is a doer and has given me a lot of guidance and support. I replied, “At the moment, there isn’t an answer to that question.” My true meaning was that we might know after Ontology’s Global University Workshop tour in the United States has concluded. I gave this answer for two reasons: first, because you might say I have an excess of confidence in Ontology, and second, because, in my eyes, there isn’t a public chain with a so-called “Chinese background” that has fostered a bountiful community overseas. To clarify, I am not referring to any particular person or company, but simply analyzing the industry as a whole.
The Summit I Understood
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