Jack Lu Featured in ‘Blockchain Truth’
The new book from well known Chinese journalist Wu Qing aims to introduce blockchain and Bitcoin to the wider public
Wu Qing — Ex CCTV reporter and interviewer known for covering controversial issues in China has recently published a new book aimed at introducing blockchain and Bitcoin to the wider public. The book covers a wide range of topics related to blockchain including a basic introduction to the technology, the benefits blockchain may bring to business and society, an introduction to Bitcoin and other tokens, legal issues, and much more. Ms. Wu has chosen Wanchain founder and CEO Jack Lu as one of a small handful of important individuals from the blockchain industry to be featured in her book.
About the Author
Wu Qing is founder and CEO of Qilin Media, a Beijing based news and media company. Wu Qing is also host, producer, and director of a number of programs with focuses on finance and technology. Notably she was behind ‘Silicon Valley Bigshots’, a program which introduces the most influential figures of Silicon Valley to a Chinese audience. She also holds a position as an instructor at one of the top journalism schools in China.
About the Publisher
China Machine Press (CMP) is one of the largest and most influential publishers in modern China. CMP publishes books on a wide range of different topics, but with a special focus on books related to science and technology. The publisher was established in 1952, which makes it one of the oldest publishers in modern China.
Book Unveiling Event
Jack was invited to attend the book unveiling event as honored guest and keynote speaker. The event also featured a number of other prominent figures from the Chinese blockchain community.
China Machine Press Board Member and CEO Zhang Jingzhu
Book announcement event featuring Jack Lu as an honored guest
Jack’s keynote speech
Wanchain is the infrastructure connecting the decentralized financial world. Wanchain’s live cross-blockchain solution is EVM-based, includes optional private transactions, and provides a decentralized, permissionless, and secure approach for interoperability. Wanchain has employees globally with teams in Beijing (China), Austin (USA), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), and Madrid (Spain).