LATTICE80, the world’s largest FinTech Hub, launched its Hong Kong facility in Sha Tin today.
The opening event was attended by Sang Min Kim, Former South Korean Senator and Advisor to LATTICE80, among other VIPs from the industry.
LATTICE80 was instituted by Marvelstone Group in November 2016. The company has since been active in the FinTech and Blockchain industry within Asia and Europe. The company has partnerships globally including those Raffles Financial of Australia, GM Bank in the Philippines, SuperCharger Accelerator in Hong Kong, FINOLAB in Japan, FinTech Valley Vizag in India, Luxembourg House of Financial Technology and many others.
The 7,000 sq. ft facility opens as a part of phase one in the company’s commitment to Hong Kong. Infrastructure totalling to 120,000 sq. ft will be established over time to build the world’s largest FinTech Hub that serves as a connection point for the FinTech Belt and Road.
Joe Seunghyun Cho, Co-Founder and Founding CEO of LATTICE80, shares at the launch:
“China has brought together both the traditional and emerging aspects within a single market together and has shown massive growth in FinTech. Hong Kong being an important centre and a gateway to China became a priority for us.”
Sang Min Kim, Former South Korean Senator and Advisor to LATTICE80 added:
“Hong Kong is the perfect place to support FinTech Belt and Road, to connect FinTech companies in Asia and Europe. We believe Eurasia is the place to embrace the next generation of financial innovation. This covers the traditional markets and new emerging markets in Africa and South America. LATTICE80 will continue to build bridges to connect entrepreneurs globally.”