On January 23, 2019 in Hanoi, Vietnam, The Asia Foundation (TAF), HMC Clean House Services Development Joint Stock Company (JupViec.vn) and Infinity Blockchain Labs Co., Ltd (IBL), with support from the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) under the United States Department of State, participated in a signing ceremony to commemorate their partnership in developing the project “Blockchain solution to address worker right challenges.” The goal of the project is to build and pilot blockchain technology solutions in solving a number of labor problems. The project will span 30 months, from January 2019 to June 2021.
On November 23rd and 24th in Dong Thap City, Vietnam, Infinity Blockchain Labs (IBL) attended and sponsored the workshop “Control of origin and quality in agricultural products is protected by intellectual property rights.” At the event, IBL showcased a new blockchain traceability application for agriculture products. The workshop was organized by the National Office of Intellectual Property in coordination with the Department of Science and Technology of Dong Thap province within the framework of the Intellectual Property Development Program. The workshop was attended by state and local authorities in charge of intellectual property and agriculture; associations, enterprises producing and trading agricultural products; and consulting, product supply, control solutions, traceability, product quality businesses; intellectual property service and media, press departments.
On November 21st, 2018, Mr. Do Van Long, the Regional Chief Strategy Officer (RCSO), of Infinity Blockchain Labs (IBL) shared a new approach to consider blockchain technology in Vietnam at the workshop “Industrial Revolution 4.0 and new technologies in Vietnam.” The workshop was organized by the Central Institute of Economic Management associated with German Development Cooperation (GIZ) within the framework of CIEM-GIZ project in 2018.