BlueWater Group Hosts Successful Gala Event in Kuala Lumpur 1

As a licensed and leading player in the blockchain and digital currency industries, BlueWater Group hosted its Gala Dinner in Kuala Lumpur on the 6th of November 2022. The event was attended by well over 500 business partners, affiliates, important clients and distinguished guests from around the Asia-Pacific region, which included countries such as Australia, Thailand, China and Indonesia.

The Gala Dinner was held at one of the most luxurious and prestigious hotels in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, W Hotel, began with a pre-event cocktail reception which served as a prelude to an evening of entertainment, fun and excitement.

Highlights from the evening’s event included an inspiring speech from the Group’s Founder, Mr. Andy Chen, who provided important updates on the company’s progress and achievements, such as BlueWater Group being granted the Cryptocurrency Exchange as well as the Crypto Wallet and Custodian Services License by Lithuanian authorities. In his speech that evening, Mr. Andy Chen also laid out the company’s development plan for the future. Other important segments from the evening’s event included prize presentations and lucky draws where over US$500,000 worth of prizes were won by attendees.

BlueWater Group also gave credit to the hard work and sacrifices of the Group’s affiliates with a special recognition ceremony and the announcement of a Promotion to mark the successful integration of the BlueWater Algorithm (BWA) on Bitfinex exchange.

The event was also broadcast live via Zoom to Clients and Affiliates who were unable to attend in person and saw the presence of reporters from a number of international media outlets.

During the Gala Dinner, it was announced that an event of far greater size and scope will take place the following month in Bangkok, Thailand.

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