By June RamliTweet
Welcome to another episode of 30 minutes with DailyStraits.com. Our guest today is Singapore-based Gwendolyn Regina Tan who heads BNB’s Chain of investments. Launched last year, BNB Chain aims to bring one billion crypto users onboard, boosting the adoption of the platform to the wider blockchain industry. Tan’s main responsibilities include streamlining processes around deal sourcing, investment strategy, portfolio management and growth. As part of her role, she invests in promising projects in the web3 and MetaFi space, GameFi, SocialFi, NFTs etc, and also leads the Most Valuable Builder incubation program, which she set up. Tan has spent 16 years across media, technology, blockchain, and web3 sectors across the Asia Pacific, Paris, and Silicon Valley. Our chat with Tan will revolve around the fund she heads and other matters. Without further ado, let’s watch and listen to the podcast below.
In this podcast, we discuss:
- BNB’s Chain connection with Binance.
- The onboarding of a billion users onto BNB’s Chain.
- Her thoughts on the metaverse and much more.
Listen to previous episodes here:
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- Australian Made Week June 6-12
- Podcast: Sami Chlagou of Cross the Ages
- Podcast: Richard Conway of Pure SEO
- Podcast: Datuk Yasmin Mahmood Of Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
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