Robin Kohze talks Relysia and scale of Vaionex development work on CoinGeek NYC sponsor spotlight

With the CoinGeek Conference in New York right around the corner, CoinGeek caught up with Robin Kohze of event sponsor Vaionex, to find out more about their work, and the latest goings on at the company.

Vaionex is a Bitcoin services company, developing apps powered by the BSV blockchain. Robin Kohze is the CEO and founder of Vaionex Corporation, and also a Cambridge PhD student with interests in Big Data Analysis, Cancer Genomics and Biochemistry.

Asked about recent projects underway at the company, Kohze said Vaionex had been working on Relysia, a new Bitcoin wallet infrastructure capable of powering more flexible mobile digital currency wallets.

Kohze said the wallet was special in that it was able to support any kind of tokens, including BSV, U.S. dollar tokens, NFTs and more: “What is special about our wallet is that we support any kind of token. That means you can send a BSV. You can send a test token which can be a U.S. dollar token, it can be a festival ticket, it can be an NFT. It would support any of those. And we’re even happy to announce that we would support the RUN token to keep integrating the existing NFT ecosystem to the BSV space.”

Noting the scale of the development work under way at Vaionex, Kohze said the developer team was now one of the largest within the BSV ecosystem.

“Now we currently have 23 full-time developers working on all those applications. Which makes us one of the larger developer teams now in the BSV ecosystem. We started very small from the small Cambridge team and expanded now globally to a team with wide ranging skills. And also, of course, a wide range of applications that we are now developing for ourselves, but also for our third-party partners,” he said.

On the value of CoinGeek Conferences, of which Kohze and Vaionex are regular attendees, he said it provides the perfect environment for contributors from across the BSV ecosystem to come together and share ideas, with a mutual goal of mass global adoption.

“What we see at each CoinGeek conference is such a bunch of companies are releasing new products, which they worked very hard on in the last six months. And we always see it as a chance to talk with other companies, also with outside companies, to think about whether we can integrate our solutions potentially in their products to make it very easy, fast, and also secure, and reliable to use Bitcoin SV applications. So we at Vaionex are mostly an infrastructure provider, which means we are relying on a greater ecosystem. And CoinGeek is a perfect example of the BSV ecosystem coming together to take the next step and ecosystem development, and also adoption.”

On New York specifically, Kohze said he was excited to see how BSV would continue to develop in the city, which has long been a hotbed for innovation and development in the Bitcoin space.

“In the early Bitcoin days, New York was always known as an epicenter of Bitcoin adoption, of course, as a financial epicenter of maybe the world. It also is open to new technologies. Technologies that better facilitate transactions, value exchanges to unleash energy and economic potentials. And New York is such a city that is very willing to adopt those technologies. We are very excited to see BSV also starting to be a bit more present in New York to share what we can do with that new technology and what products it can create,” he said.

“I recommend the CoinGeek conference for everyone who wants to get a greater picture of what it actually means to create a Blockchain ecosystem. I would recommend it to businesses that really want to get a clearer picture of what it could mean to integrate Blockchain systems into your existing products, but of course, also in other products, such as combined new efficiencies.”

Catch Robin Kohze on Day 2 of the CoinGeek New York conference, where he will present, “Relysia: Enterprise Wallet Solutions for Bitcoin.” Register here for free to attend the CoinGeek Conference.

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