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JAN 8, 2024

Fingerlabs moves into Busan’s Blockchain Offshore Firm Development Center as corporate tenant

by CoinNess Global

South Korean digital marketing company FSN’s subsidiary Fingerlabs has been selected as a tenant of the city of Busan’s Blockchain Offshore Firm Development Center. The company confirmed that it moved in recently on Jan. 2.

Fostering growth and collaboration

The Blockchain Offshore Firm Development Center is part of a project conducted by the Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) and the Ministry of Science and ICT and operated by Busan to create a special corporate cluster of blockchain firms, thus revitalizing the blockchain industry and nurturing a sustainable industrial ecosystem.
"We are excited to be a new tenant at the Blockchain Offshore Firm Development Center,” said Kim Dong-hoon, CEO of Fingerlabs. “We will share our business know-how with other tenants and commit to joint growth. We will also actively participate in various programs provided by the center to contribute to Busan's leap into becoming a digital economy city."
Various companies operating blockchain-related businesses outside of Busan were selected to be a part of the development center after a comprehensive overall evaluation of factors like technological facets, marketability and contributions to innovation. Corporate residents have access to various infrastructure and benefits, including facilities and programs at the Busan Blockchain Venture Convention, also dubbed “b-space”.
Fingerlabs plans to participate in various programs led by the public sector such as councils, seminars and conferences to help Busan – notably the first regulation-free special zone for blockchain businesses in South Korea – foster its digital economy based on its expertise in the field of Web3. 

Innovating Web3 solutions

Fingerlabs has grown to become one of the country’s major blockchain companies through its varied services and products, which are provided to corporate clients like SK Planet, Lotte Home Shopping and SK Networks. In particular, it recently launched Bling, a participatory Web3 membership platform that allows businesses to create and manage NFTs that are linked to membership-only benefits.
The company also operates a Web3 content distribution hub called Xclusive and Favorlet, an NFT wallet and customer management service.
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