IfoodsChain CEO, Kallon shares his views at the Seventh China India Forum
Kallon, the CEO of IfoodsChain, was invited to attend the Seventh China India Forum
Kallon: China and India are leading countries in the IT sector, and can jointly work on developing blockchain based platforms.
Recently, the Seventh China-India Forum, co-sponsored by the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, China-India Friendship Association and India PE Group, was held in Pune, India. Lin Yi, Vice President of the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, Rajiv, President of PE Group, Jiang Zelin, Chairman of the CPPCC of Jilin Province, Li Baijun, Commercial Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in India, Tang Guocai, Consul General of China in Mumbai, Laval, Minister of Tourism of Maharashtra State of India, and Balgo, President of the Maharashtra Business Federation were present at the event. More than 200 representatives from local governments and enterprises in China and India attended the forum. As an excellent representative of chain enterprises in China, Kallon, founder of Ifoodschain, was invited to attend. He and the attending guests of China and India discussed in depth the talent training system of blockchain in China and India, the joint development of China and India blockchain sector, and the development trend of future blockchain projects.
The theme of this forum is “sharing global responsibilities and promoting global development”. The guests delivered speeches on Made-in-China and Made-in-India, Science and Technology Innovation and Financial Capital, Infrastructure and Road Construction, Mobile Interconnection and Artificial Intelligence, etc. Vice President Lin Yi said that the frequent and active interaction between the leaders of China and India shows us the great potential and bright prospects of close cooperation between the two countries. As long as China and India open their hearts, embrace each other and focus on a win-win situation, they will surely bring well-being to the people of both countries, contribute to building a stable and prosperous Asia, and contribute to world peace and development.
Since the beginning of this year, bilateral trade between China and India has maintained rapid growth. According to Chinese customs statistics, the total import and export volume reached US $6 billion 674 million in the first half of this year, up 93.1% from the same period last year. At the same time, with the development strategy of “one belt and one road”, the exchanges between the two countries in the IT Internet, culture, tourism, automobile industry and other fields have been developing continuously.
Kallon said, “Blockchain can play an important role in strengthening bilateral economic and trade cooperation and cultural exchanges.” As BRICS countries, China and India are also members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). The economic and trade exchanges, investment cooperation and cultural exchanges between the two countries are showing broad space for cooperation. Blockchain is internationalized. Over 70 million IT software development practitioners in China and India use each participating city as a node through the joint development of infrastructure at the bottom of the blockchain. Promoting mutual benefit and win-win situation through exchanges between local governments and local enterprises create chain application scenarios in bilateral trade and cultural exchanges, and tap the resource advantages of each city. With the core of value circulation, the new concept of financial attribute is given, and the economic and trade exchanges between the two countries are greatly enhanced. In the future, we can invite all the countries along the “One Belt, One Road” to join in and become an important starting point for “One Belt, One Road ” strategy.
It is understood that the world’s leading smart hardware for food detection of Ifoodschain team, which based on the blockchain to build has officially landed, mainly for meat quality detection, in order to ensure that global consumers get a healthier food experience.
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