Crowd for Angels and UCK Network London Meetup Attracts Large Attention

24th July 2019/London/ UCK Network and Crowd for Angels London Meetup was held in Cocoon Global, London. The co-founder of UCK Network, Gilbert Zheng and International Communications Consultant, Helen Zhang have attended the meetup and shared the latest information of UCK Network. This is UCK Network’s another international meetup after a series of appearances in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.

The event was hosted by Andrew Adcock, CEO of Crowd for Angels. UK blockchain educator and strategist Troy Norcross used vivid examples to interpret blockchain its value to traditional business.

Andrew Adcock, CEO of Crowd for Angels, and Troy Norcross Speaking

Helen Zhang – UCK Network

Followed with Troy’s speech, Helen Zhang introduced UCK Network and its smart miner, aiming to solve the current problems of high threshold, high cost and unfriendly interface users and developers face. The UCK team writes the mining program on a chip built into a U-key size device. Users can simply insert the device into computers to start mining. The UCK miner supports most of the mainstream cryptocurrency mining algorithm and hybrid algorithm. It can also optimize mining efficiency according to the configuration of CPU, N card/A card of user equipment. Meanwhile, UCK miners can be cloud hosted by UCK, who will allocate corresponding benefits to users.

Helen Zhang also pointed out that as a professional blockchain technology company, UCK Network aims to build a new blockchain ecosystem providing high-performance infrastructure, creating a comprehensive user experience platform and dAPP inculbater. UCK network is devoted to providing easier access for the public to participate in blockchain technology.

helen zhang

The UCK smart miner aroused the greatest interests among the guests from various industries in the UK. After the presentations, the warm discussions continued to late.

The meetup is supported by Crowd for Angels, a FCA regulated UK crowdfunding platform, who raises capital through offering shares, crowd bonds and tokenized securities(STOs).  

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