TYMLEZ selected for Austrade Mission to CONSENSUS in New York, May 2019

Presentations held on most influential blockchain event of the Year

TYMLEZ selected for Austrade Mission to CONSENSUS in New York

• Consensus landmark event for the blockchain industry with over 8000 participants
• Demonstrates the Australian Government commitment to boosting Blockchain
• Connects Australian blockchain companies with investors and customers

TYMLEZ Group Limited (“TYMLEZ” or the “Company”) (ASX:TYM) is pleased to advise that the Company has been selected by The Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to attend the Austrade’s Mission to Consensus in New York in May 2019. TYMLEZ was selected as one of the 30 companies to receive funding to attend this important event.

Companies were selected based on their Proof of Concept and preparedness to take advantage of business opportunities at Consensus. Applications were also reviewed under Austrade’s mission to contribute to the prosperity of Australia.

Consensus the most influential Blockchain event for 2019
Consensus, running from 12-16 May 2019 in New York, has been recognised as the most influential blockchain and digital assets technology event of the year. For three days over 8000 attendees, 250 speaker and 80 media partners all from over 110 countries convene for discussion about the future of these interconnected technologies and networking for business development.

Key discussions and sessions will focus on predictions and emerging trends from the trailblazers such as TYMLEZ, leading the way in blockchain technology. Discussion will uncover breakthrough protocols, and encryption techniques and gain insight and practical knowledge of key initiatives and investments that will help TYMLEZ build an expanded client base and future-ready technology strategy.

Australian Government Develops Blockchain Roadmap
The development of a national blockchain roadmap and funding from the Australian Government will help position Australia’s burgeoning blockchain industry to become a global leader.
The roadmap will focus on a number of policy areas including regulation, skills and capacity building. The Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said “Australia needs to seize the opportunities presented by blockchain. The national strategy puts us on the front foot in exploring how government and industry can enhance the long-term development of blockchain and its uses,” Minister Andrews said.

“We will work closely with blockchain and technology experts from industry and academia to develop the strategy, as well as with CSIRO’s Data61 to incorporate findings from their forthcoming future scenarios report on blockchain. Austrade’s upcoming mission will connect Australian blockchain companies and start-ups with investors and customers with a view to expanding their businesses globally.
Consensus is the leading event for blockchain globally and will present significant opportunities for Australian tech companies to showcase their products on the world-stage.”

Michael Reh CEO of TYMLEZ said “Tom de Jongh, our Asia Pacific Business Development Lead and I are delighted to have been selected to attend Consensus with AUSTRADE. This event and the AUSTRADE support will ensure we make high quality connections with new clients and also ensure we are a potential key player in the Australian Government policy development. I can’t think of a better way for Tom to accelerate Business Development in the region”.