The Support and Consultation Center for Digital Transformation (DXCenter), formed in HCMC, aims at introducing useful solutions, applications for digital transformation to businesses and organizations, greatly boosting this process in the city.
Although more than 90 percent of manufacturers in Vietnam are still in small and medium enterprises, they have performed digital transformation strongly, which also impacts the country's economic growth beneficially.
Bkav Cyber Security Co. yesterday announced that in 2022, computer viruses have created a property damage of VND21.2 trillion (US$883 million) to Vietnamese users, accounting for 0.24 percent of the national GDP, which is quite low in the world. The country also rose 25 positions in the Global Cybersecurity Index.
Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) yesterday cooperated with Vietnam Blockchain Association to announce formal information for the upcoming largest-scaled Vietnam Blockchain Summit 2022 to be held on October 19-20, sponsored by the Government Cipher Committee.
There are around 14,000 healthcare institutes, 44,000 educational institutes, nearly 1 million enterprises, 5 million household businesses, 9 million household farms, and 26 million families in Vietnam that are mobilized to participate in the digital transformation process of the country. On the National Digital Transformation Day today, SGGP Newspaper conducted an interview with experts and managers of various fields to collect their opinions on this important matter.
Digital transformation is present in each lesson plan, each lesson for teachers and students. Digital transformation in education is all about making changes to the way teachers educate students. This could mean anything from incorporating new technology into the classroom to changing the way teachers assess and track student progress for improvement of teaching and learning quality.
Due to various misunderstandings about the blockchain technology in Vietnam, it cannot enjoy sufficient investment and development boosts. Luckily, there have been many conferences on this topic lately to correct the prejudices and promote the appropriate uses of the technology in manufacturing, management, and especially in smart city establishment.
With the desire to promote the startup movement of young entrepreneurs in Vietnam and support startups based on blockchain technology products, on June 26, Young Entrepreneur Electronic Magazine and OneBit Investment Fund launched the Young Entrepreneurs Startup Incubator.
Understanding the effectiveness of blockchain technology in different aspects of life, the Government has issued Decision No.100/QD-TTg/2019 about traceability, including the use of blockchain technology, and Decision No.2117/QD-TTg/2020 about applied technologies in the field of digital technology in order to boost the development of the blockchain market in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Blockchain Association has just been established, attracting more and more public attention to digital assets and Non-fungible Token (NFT) collections, which are virtual assets or cryptographic assets with unique identification codes and metadata that distinguish them from each other in the real world, acts as proof of identity and is ownership like digital assets. NFT unites artists and fans, investors, opening a new development direction for the world cultural - art industry in general and Vietnam in particular.
Today, the Vietnam Blockchain Technology Association was officially launched in Hanoi. The Association will focus on sharing experiences and resources to promote research, testing, and application of blockchain technology, contributing to successful national digital transformation and digital economy development in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Blockchain Union (VBU) will hold the first congress in mid-May, aiming to establish an organisation to connect the technology business community and provide consultancy to related agencies to develop policies and legal frameworks on technology, digital assets, and currencies.
Seeing the success of Sky Mavis, whose GameFi (Game + Finance) can attract a capital investment of US$3 billion, other Vietnamese game developers have introduced similar game projects lately. However, experts in the field state that many of them are in fact fraudulent ones.