Tokyo: Hinza Asif, the CEO of NFTStudio24 and South Asia Web3 Alliance Japan, visited Singapore to represent and foster the beginning of a series of strategic partnerships aimed at advancing the adoption of Web3 technologies in Pakistan, India + the Middle East.
Singapore, often dubbed as the “Silicon Valley of Asia,” was a natural choice for Hinza Asif’s strategic visit. The city-state has established itself as a global hub for blockchain and Web3.
Having worked in the digital marketing industry for 8 years with 5 years of experience in the blockchain industry, Hinza explored opportunities at TOKEN2049 and other Web3 conferences.
The purpose of her trip included forming global partnerships, exchanging information, and networking with different experts from all over the world.
Forming Alliances for Web3 developments in South Asia
Being the leader of South Asia Web3 Alliance Japan, her efforts focus on opening doors for Web3 adoption, especially in Pakistan and India. As an overseas Pakistani, she is also working closely in the Japanese market to bridge relations for both countries.
One of the key goals of South Asia Web3 Alliance Japan is to create an ecosystem that nurtures innovation and entrepreneurship in the blockchain and Web3 space.
By forming partnerships and connections in Japan and Singapore, Hinza aspires to create a healthy environment where startups and developers can thrive, unlocking the full potential of Web3 technologies.
Pakistan and India are known for their young talent. Web3 opens a new pathway for creators, developers, entrepreneurs, and builders to highlight their services/products by adopting blockchain technology. The countries have vibrant markets that particularly interest investors and Web3 companies.
Singapore, being the leading country in the industry, was a perfect opportunity. Hinza engaged with local experts and thought leaders to gain insights into the latest developments in Web3. She aimed to connect with investors and form partnerships to meet the goals of South Asia Web3 Alliance Japan.
As recognition of her efforts, Hinza is also nominated for the Women in Web3 Award at Women in Tech APAC Award 2023. She is the first Pakistani woman to be nominated in this category.