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Poriverse – Vietnam’s metaverse game startup - has announced the establishment of a strategic partnership with Polygon Studios, a branch of Polygon (MATIC), one of the world's leading Blockchain platforms.
A group of products including an e-wallet, a launchpad and game projects is about to be launched by a Vietnamese startup.
The World Mobile Broadband and ICT Summit 2022 was held in Hanoi on March 9 to discuss the modernisation of telecommunications infrastructure and digital content services toward the promotion of a digital economy and society.
It's been two years since the Covid-19 pandemic turned the world upside down. The usual daily life is restricted, but that was the impetus for the new normal such as "no contact" and "social distancing" to appear.
Startup Selly, Vietnam's social commerce model, has raised $2.6 million in a Pre-Series A funding round from investment funds CyberAgent Capital, Do Ventures, Genesia Ventures, JAFCO Asia and KVision.
After a successful year with many contributions to the macro-economy and supply of goods during the pandemic, e-commerce platforms continued to be recognized in terms of brand recognition in 2021 in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
A quick survey of businesses via the webinar "FPT eCovax – the digital solution for businesses to overcome the pandemic" found three major problems that businesses are facing now.
Nguyen Van Than, Chairman of the Vietnam Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, said up to 70% of Vietnamese small and medium enterprises are outside the digital economy, and only about 20% are learning about it.
The current method of calculating the scale of the digital economy only reaches the core, while digital transformation is spreading strongly into many industries and fields.
With certain advantages in terms of society and people, Vietnam has the opportunity to close the gap in AI technology with the rest of the world.
Experts say that with the growth in both the total value of goods and the number of users, Vietnam's e-commerce had a successful year, according to a report from Lazada.
Under the normal development scenario, the Vietnamese digital economy will only reach 10.5 per cent of GDP by 2025.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is taking place around the world with a boom in digital technology, creating great opportunities for but also challenges to the development of each country, enterprise, and person.