Seoul, South Korea– September 25, 2019 – Solve.Care held its inaugural Community Meetup, a 3-hour networking event to engage with supporters in an informal setting, in downtown Seoul, South Korea. The meetup was held in the DREAUM event space in the SeongHong Tower, located in the center of Seoul’s famous Gangnam district.
The event offered attendees the opportunity to network with the Solve.Care Team and ask Solve.Care leadership questions in a live Q&A session. Solve.Care CEO Pradeep Goel hosted a Live Session, giving attendees updates and achievements firsthand. The Live Session was simultaneously streamed worldwide.
During the Live Session, Pradeep introduced new Solve.Care products under development, the Korean Care.Wallet and Korean Care.Card Tile Library. The Korean Care.Wallet reflects the company’s commitment to its global community by offering a locally adapted solution. Based on the advanced atomic design system, the Korean Care.Card Tile Library is and allows users to build personalized Care.Cards in the Korean language. These additions to Solve.Care solutions align with the company’s Asia Expansion strategy, which foresees locally adapted solutions region-wide.
Describing the event, Pradeep Goel said, “The community meetup in Seoul was the physical manifestation of Solve.Care’s globality. We are honored to have such a dedicated community. Meetups are an ideal format to bridge the gap between our company and the innovative, creative, and inspiring community members who have supported us from the very beginning.”
Following the success of the first community meetup, the Solve.Care Team is already planning the next event.
Solve.Care is a global healthcare platform which uses blockchain technology for the administration, coordination, and payment of healthcare benefits, and is the first company to utilize digital currency and blockchain technology in healthcare for value-based payments. This allows for the configuration of patient-centric care administration networks that allow participation based on disease conditions, economic and social needs, employment, and other eligibility criteria. Solve.Care is acknowledged the Most Innovative Blockchain Project according to the Blockchain Life 2019 Award.
For more information, please visit https://solve.care.
Media Contact: Mariya Ozadovskaya