We continue to invest in Turkey and we want to play a big role in the local eco system….Another step… .Huobi Joins Blockchain Turkey Platform to Boost Local Ecosystem https://t.co/n2CAz8ny5H via @cointelegraph @HuobiGlobal @HuobiX @huoli_huobi — mohit davar (@davar1969) January 17, 2020
Founded by the Turkish Informatics Foundation in 2018, the Blockchain Turkey Platform (BCTR) is an independent, non-profit organization that aims to create a healthy blockchain ecosystem in Turkey. The platform has members from banking and finance, venture capitalism, technology, and crypto industries.
Alphan Gogus, the General Manager of Huobi Turkey, remarked that they believe in the importance of maintaining blockchain-driven development together.
“We support BCTRs vision to secure Turkey’s regional leadership in a decentralized system.”
It has been analyzed that Huobi‘s Turkey efforts began when the company announced the establishment of a local office at the Eurasian Blockchain Summit last October. The crypto exchange brought many global blockchain experts to the summit, first signaling their desire to support Turkey‘s blockchain efforts.
“Huobi supports the growth of crypto and blockchain ecosystems globally. Turkey has the potential to become a pioneer in blockchain technology, both regionally and globally. By joining The Blockchain Turkey Platform, which drives local efforts in a cross-industry approach, we aim to exchange our global expertise and knowledge with key local players to boost the blockchain ecosystem.”
Moreover, Soner Canko, the CEO of BKM and a founding member of the platform, told that BCTR creates a multidisciplinary environment to enable key players from different industries to speed up the adoption of blockchain in Turkey.
Thus, Canko explained:
“BCTR boosted the cooperation on the adoption of blockchain between public institutions, including the Turkish Ministry of Commerce, academics, and NGOs. With 70+ members from different industries, Blockchain Turkey Platform aims to produce blockchain success stories in Turkey. […] BCTR also plans to support startups, small and medium-sized companies with more business opportunities on the blockchain.”