Davinci to Expand Its Blockchain Business to Dubai and Africa

Jan 07, 2019

Davinci announced that its representatives from South Korea and China including CEO Han Seung-jae recently visited Dubai and Africa and had business negotiations with their organizations and leading companies. Davinci is a global blockchain and cryptocurrency partnership with South Korea and China as the key countries.

A group of visitors led by CEO Han Seung-jae (4th from the right) of Davinci had business negotiations regarding blockchain and others with representatives from leading organizations such as UAB in Dubai. <A group of visitors led by CEO Han Seung-jae (4th from the right) of Davinci had business negotiations regarding blockchain and others with representatives from leading organizations such as UAB in Dubai.>

Davinci met with the royal family from Dubai, presidents from organizations in Middle Eastern Countries, and businessmen through an invitation from the CEO of UAB (United Arab Bank) and discussed about ways to apply blockchain. Davinci is going to work with 3 organizations including UAB. Afterwards, Davinci discussed with the prime minister of Guinea about ways to connect blockchain technology to its resource development project and it is planning to materialize what it discussed with the prime minister of Guinea with 4 African organizations and companies.
“Although we cannot disclose any detailed information for now, we will make it public little by little.” said a representative for Davinci.
Staff Reporter Lee, Joonhee | jhlee@etnews.com

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