Tembusu Conversations: Mr Raymond Yuan

  

 

PROGRAMME:

7.00pm: Registration desk opens

7.20pm: Audience to be seated at Tembusu College’s Multi-Purpose Hall

7.30pm: Start of Tembusu Conversations

9pm: End of dialogue and group photo-taking session

 

STUDENT MODERATOR:

Ms Ayushi Lahiry

 

BIOGRAPHY OF SPEAKER:

Mr Raymond Yuan is Founder and Chairman, CTH Group and Atlas. He has over 12 years of experience in venture capital investment with a successful investment track record in semiconductors, TMT, AI, etc. In 2016, due to his strong belief in the blockchain industry and crypto economy, he founded CTH Group, which covers crypto VC (Fundamental Labs), digital asset management (IDEG), and Web3 infrastructure service (Atlas) business opportunities.

Since the establishment of CTH, Mr Yuan has been an active investor in the blockchain industry. His investment portfolio covers Coinbase, Binance, Canaan, Polkadot, Avalanche, NEAR, Chainlink, Vechain, and more. Leveraging his deep understanding of technological development and future trends in the crypto economy, he has developed rich connections and a great reputation in the industry.

Adhering to the mission of building a better crypto-economy infrastructure and further enhancing the reliability and minimizing the vulnerability of crypto-economy systems, Raymond established Atlas in 2016. Atlas now has 6 global offices and plans to establish a widely distributed blockchain infrastructure network across 30 countries.

Mr Yuan holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Statistics from Wuhan University of Technology, and a Master's degree in Finance and Business from Tongji University.

 

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