Citizens Reserve, a critically-acclaimed blockchain startup, revealed the spate of events that it has attended, as well as the updates that it has made on its Suku platform. Furthermore, it revealed to CoinDesk yesterday, October 10, that it has partnered with Blockdaemon, a multi-cloud blockchain platform that has the backing of Comcast.
The partnership will focus on empowering Citizens Reserve in deploying nodes more quickly, courtesy of tools developed by Blockdaemon, thereby enabling users to join SUKU’s platform. “We want to be able to deploy a node into one of our technology partners in an hour, that’s the goal,” said Citizens Reserve CEO Eric Piscini to CoinDesk. “We were able to do that; we exceeded expectations [by deploying] within 15 minutes.”
Furthermore, he said that the partnership has been several months in the making, and they’re making it worth the wait: the collaboration is expected to be a long-term arrangement as well.
Thrilled With Positive Feedback
The team introduced Suku’s platform at different blockchain-dedicated events, including World Blockchain Forum, Token Fest, Consensus: Singapore, Crypto Finance Conference, BlockchainConf, and more.
“September was an exciting month,” wrote SUKU in the announcement, apparently overwhelmed by the barrage of positive feedback and buzz generated from the blockchain community.
SUKU’s very first public demo will be completed at MarketWaves 18 from November 12 to 13 in Dallas, Texas. Furthermore, the team’s schedule will be occupied until November 16 for the Singapore Fintech Festival.
To Adopt And Adapt
SUKU has also announced its advisory board, which is comprised of Bill Shihara, CEO of Bittrex, Michael Casey, Chairman of CoinDesk’s Advisory Board, Lily Liu, Co-Founder of Earn.com, Matthew Roszak, Co-Founder of Bloq, and Jack Lee, who happens to be the Founding Managing Partner of HCM Capital-Foxconn.
Yonathan Lapchik, CIO at SUKU, said in the update:
It’s pretty clear that blockchain is here to stay. Companies will need to adopt and adapt to this technology, because impactful changes are coming. It was refreshing to see so much emphasis and focus on building, after an industry that focused too much on speculation last year.
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