YDreams Global Adds Jeffrey Thompson To Blockchain, ICO, Cryptocurrency Advisorybr>
YDreams Global Interactive Technologies has named Jeffrey L. Thompson to its Blockchain, ICO and Cryptocurrency advisory committee.
Thompson is a media technology expert who has held executive roles in strategy, operations, technology, business development and digital transformation at IBM, The Walt Disney Company, Conde Nast Entertainment and media startups such as Parrot Analytics and Shout! Factory.
His current work includes digital transformation consulting with M&E clients that integrate new technologies such as blockchain, AI and predictive analytics into their business processes to create new business opportunities and disrupt current business models.
Thompson is advancing ethereum blockchain use-cases in the M&E vertical that leverage business process automation and cryptocurrency (premium bitcoin) rollouts to allow for development of new product categories in the media and online gaming space.
“These transformative advancements will continue to yield new monetization opportunities across media, entertainment, gaming, virtual reality/augmented reality and advertising and I’m excited to be a part of it,” Thompson said.
“We are very pleased that an industry expert with deep ties to top tier media companies has chosen to join our Blockchain, ICO and Cryptocurrency advisory committee,” said Daniel Japiassu, CEO of YDreams . “Jeffrey has proven to be a valuable asset to high level companies and we look forward to the value he will bring to YDreams, specifically to the blockchain, ICO and Cryptocurrency side of the business.”
YDreams Global Interactive Technologies Inc. (www.ydreamsglobal.com) is a technology company with offices in Vancouver, Dubai, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, that combines Augmented and Virtual Reality Technology, Design and Intelligence to respond to users and consumers.
YDreams Global has developed over 1,000 projects for clients all over the world, such as NBA, Adidas, Cisco, Nokia, Nike, Mercedes Benz, Coca-Cola, Santander, AmBev, Qualcomm, Unilever, City of Rio and Fiat.