BLOCKCHAIN THE NEXT WAVE TO A CASHLESS FUTURE
ANOTHER brand of crypto currency was launched at the Mind Museum in Taguig showcasing an upgrade into the traditional bank note based economy wherein currencies are territorial.
Like its predecessor, the Bitcoin, blockchain is what made the Bitcoin possible, its a computer based technology wherein application files are being downloaded as products and can be traded in the market. The technology is becoming popular in Europe, in the United States and in some parts of Asia.
Here in the Philippine the group MINDGENIX spearheaded series of awareness events that explains how blockchain and crypto currency and how it can be the next wave in the future. they envisioned paperless economy by which crypto currencies would proliferate and surpass the use of either paper money or plastic money.
Though some view crypto currency as negative and says that it has no real value other than like the stock market, it entices people or investors to gamble and trade something with nothing, advocates on the otherhand sees it as an innovation, a giant leap into a cashless economy of the future.
Present in the event where businessmen both local and foreign, would be-politicians, venture capitalists, foundation chair and event organizers as well as press and media practitioners with marketing and advertising managers and coordinators.
Verlin Sanciangco, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of westrend Consulting Co. Ltd., Mindgenix technology Inc., WES Trend Realty and WES Token assured its investor and would be investor into the Blockchain Technology and crypto currencies that its perfectly safa and a worth while investment.///michael balaguer, 09333816694, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaugmaran Festival brings color to Queen Pineapple FIESTA
Creative and colorful dance presentations that was dubbed as the Kaugmaran Festival greeted the attendees of the Queen Pineapple FIESTA, shortly after the ribbon cutting ceremony and opening of exhibits at the Visayas State University (VSU) Parade Ground.
Students from VSU’s satellite campuses and employees from the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center 8 joined the competition. The dances were inspired by farmers’ hard work and resilience coupled with their faith in the Almighty for a congenial environment and a bountiful harvest.
The dances also showed the importance of queen pineapple as an agricultural crop and its importance in alleviating the economic life of many farmers in Eastern Visayas. VSU Alang-Alang Campus won the first place with a cash prize of ₱40,000.
The dance presentation was part of the Farms and Industry Encounters through the Science and Technology Agenda (FIESTA) on Queen Pineapple that was held on November 22-23, 2018. The event was organized by the Visayas Consortium for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Program (ViCAARP).
FIESTA is PCAARRD’s platform for R&D results utilization. It aims to promote S&T and its products towards providing competitive and profitable business ventures for the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the agriculture, aquatic and natural resources sectors of the country (Ricardo R. Argana, DOST-PCAARRD S&T Media Services).
Queen Pineapple FIESTA provides venue for experts-farmers engagement
The Visayas Consortium for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Program’s (ViCAARP) Farms and Industry Encounters through the Science and Technology Agenda (FIESTA) on Queen Pineapple (QP) winded up its 2nd day with a technology forum cum media conference at the Visayas State University (VSU) Convention Center.
About 700 farmers from as far as Libagon, Tacloban; Palo, Albuera, Carigara, Jaro, Saint Bernard, Hilongos, Ormoc, Maasin, and Tomas Oppus in Southern Leyte, among other towns, attended the forum.
Three media partners from the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PCAARRD) (Stephanie Tumampos of Business Mirror; Cecilio Gunio, Jr. of Manila Standard; and Melly Tenorio of Noon Break Media) were also present during the forum.
With experts from VSU as resource persons, the forum tackled technologies on QP’s production, management, use of quality planting materials, novel products, and increasing QP’s marketability.
Held on November 22 and 23, 2018, the FIESTA on Queen Pineapple featured exhibits, dance presentations, cookfest, technology forum cum media conference, and poster making contest.
FIESTA is PCAARRD’s platform for R&D results utilization. It aims to promote S&T and its products towards providing competitive and profitable business ventures for the micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the agriculture, aquatic and natural resources sectors of the country (Ricardo R. Argana, DOST-PCAARRD S&T Media Services)