Huobi Global Elites are “recruiting” to set up Global Blockchain Resource Alliance
“Huobi Global Elites Alliance: We are Recruiting” is the message that has been posted on social media by advocates of the Global Elites programme. Huobi Global Elites program marks the setting up of a Global Blockchain Resource Alliance. According to a blog post, the third phase of the program commenced yesterday, on 19th September. The inception of the Huobi Global Elites program dates way back to March 2018.
Many nations are part of the program
The list of member nations that form a part of this program includes South Korea, Australia, Brazil, the UK, US, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Russia, Nigeria, and others. The objective of the program is directed towards fostering the growth of the Singapore-based crypto exchange’s partners.
Huobi can provide assistance and rewards to Global Elites in three core areas. These areas include services, benefits, and resources. In the case of services, Global Elites Program Group under Huobi User Growth Department facilitates Global Elites to conduct promotions, operation, maintenance, and brand building. While talking about benefits, economic benefits come onto the scene. Finally, for resource sharing, Huobi Global Elites can get first-hand information from Huobi News, Huobi Research, Huobi Capital, Huobi Labs, Huobi Global Ecosystem Fund and other ecosystems.
Earlier this year in June, Huobi and Global Elites from the UK and Netherlands together co-hosted a phenomenal event called European Quantification Summit. Last month, at the Huobi Carnival held in South Korea, a Solution Conference was specially designed by the Global Elites Program Group. The motive of this event was to provide the necessary help required to bring highly potential project-based teams to South Korea.
The setting up of the Global Resource Alliance helps to develop an ecosystem for sharing resources. This upholds the fundamental purpose of unifying everyone so that all obstacles can be overcome.
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