[Guest Profile] Tiena Sekharan, Head of Digital Assets Ecosystem Business Development of Onyx Coin Systems by JPMorgan, to attend Global Payment in Web3
Tiena Sekharan, Head of Digital Assets Ecosystem Business Development of Onyx Coin Systems by JPMorgan, has confirmed that she will attend the “Global Payment in Web3” forum hosted by PlatON, a digital public infrastructure, on the afternoon of April 13, 2023.
Tiena Sekharan Heads Business Development for Digital Assets at Onyx Coin Systems. Her banking career spans over 10 years across the Hong Kong, US and India offices of Lehman Brothers and BNP Paribas, mainly in Institutional Equities. Immediately prior to joining JPMorgan, she worked as a Tokenomics Specialist with Fintech Advisory Services, where she designed tokens for small and mid-cap firms looking to launch tokens on public blockchains.
She is an avid blogger in the blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and DeFi arena. Being a foodie and an entrepreneur at heart, she devoted three years to owning and running 2 Indian restaurants in the hyper-competitive Hong Kong market.
Tiena holds a Bachelors in Commerce from Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA).
About “Global Payment in Web3” Forum:
With the rapid development of blockchain technology and digital economy, blockchain payment, as an emerging payment method, has stimulated wide attention and research efforts. While bringing revolutionary changes to the global payment system, blockchain payment has also injected great vitality into the financial industry. Globally, blockchain payment has been widely used in fields including cross-border payment, and is becoming a major driving force for the digital economy.
Global Payment in Web 3, a major sub-event of the Hong Kong Web3 Festival 2023, has invited big-name guests from around the world to share their research results and good practices and discuss the technical challenges, business models, compliance and other related issues of payment in Web3. Through thought-provoking discussions between guests from different backgrounds such as the banking industry, acquiring institutions, issuing institutions, and the gaming industry, the forum will explore whether new payment standards based on blockchain ledgers and Payment Tokens will transform our definition of “money”.