Carl Freer | Chief Information Officer
Watopedia | Singapore

Carl Freer, Chief Information Officer, Watopedia

Carl Freer is a Swedish technology entrepreneur. A holder of several patents on various technologies, Carl has created and invested in multiple ventures including American company, Tiger Telematics, which created the handheld game console, Gizmondo. During his tenure at Tiger, Freer broke ground for Augmented Reality on handheld devices by creating several AR games and co-creating games that went on to become major franchises. He also founded the Singapore-based medical-device company, Aluminaid, which makes patented metal-based bandages to relieve pain from first- and second-degree burns. Currently, he is working on an Artificial Intelligence platform and developing neural networks for a variety of industries including Fintech and O&G. He just launched Hotstock, the world's first AI trading app.

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Seamless Indonesia 2017 - Day 2 @ 14:30

How will greater regulation impact the Indonesian bitcoin adoption?

  • Implementing legitimacy and credibility for virtual currencies  - Combating money laundering, corruption and terrorism
  • How would increased regulation affect new entrants to the virtual currency market?
  • Developing products and services for greater financial inclusion in Indonesia

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