Residence: Florence, Italy
Field of study: Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality Management
University: Università degli Studi di Firenze
Work experience: After graduating from my bachelor degree, I had around 1 year of experience working in Sales & Marketing Department for several companies in Vietnam. After that, I switched my job career to marketing sector as the Digital Marketing Campaign Consultant for TDCX which is an international BPO company based in Singapore. And currently, I am working as the European Project Manger for Consorzio Materahub - Cultural and Creative Industries which is a social enterprise situated in Italy. With this job, I am managing projects funded by European Union in different sectors, such as culture and creativeness, craft, digital innovation, etc.
Current position: European Project Manager
Why is blockchain interesting? I see blockchain is the current and future technology of human beings which can help to solve a lot of current problems in many industries. Take the finance industry as an example. Blockchain can enable faster, cheaper, and more secure transactions and disintermediate traditional financial institutions. I also see its potential in other industries such as supply chain management, healthcare, voting and governance. With those reasons, I am intrigued by this technology, and I desire to learn more about it before it is too late.
My touchpoints with blockchain so far: I have been learning by myself for several months by reading some books about blockchain and Bitcoin for beginner levels, for example "The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains" by Antony Lewis or "The Bitcoin Standards: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking" by Saifedean Ammous. Furthermore, I have been always trying to keep myself updated with the current affairs in the blockchain technology through newspapers, TV broadcasts, etc. However, I had felt I was missing a common community of people who share the same interest until I luckily found DTL Talents!
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