Hello, I'm jianghao, one guy from HangZhou China!

in #introduce3 years ago (edited)

My name is jianghao, and I have been on Steemit for a little more than a week.

I know Steemit by @xiaohui ,xiaohui write so many articles on introducing Steemit , These articles help me understanding Steemit.

Now I am living in Hangzhou, China. Hangzhou is so beautiful. If you search the keywords “hangzhou” in youtube ,you will got this video .

Because G20 held in Hangzhou recently,So the sky is so blue . While ‘Airpocalypse’ Smog always Hits hangzhou at Dangerous Levels last year.

Back to 2008, Olympic Games held in Beijing,the sky is so blue too. But, you know ,it was temporary . So is hangzhou.

I worked for eight years at Huawei

Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider.

Huawei is good company, I am so proud of him.

I had been left Huawei now, and I am working at Dahuatech.

Dahua Technology is a world-leading video surveillance solution provider.

In the future, I think Internet of Things will change the world.

I will share my knowledge on project management, product management, software and so on with you . Welcome follow me!

If there exists syntax errors, please let me know . If you have any suggestions or questions, leave a comment. Thank you!

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aha ... I bought Huawei in the past :)

you're right, for such low prices, those are really good products

Cool!Good luck!

In the future, I think Internet of Things will change the world.

Hello, I too believe IoT will change the world. Nice to meet you.

I am an experienced Ethereum blockchain developer, and I believe Ethereum coupled with technology like Raiden + IoT will most definitely change the world, and sooner than we think.

I have recently contacted some IoT hardware guys and we are now in discussions to start building an IoT + Ethereum prototype.

Raiden, which works on top of Ethereum, allows Ethereum to be able to handle up to 1m transactions per second, and have them verified in 1 second.

VISA handles on average around 2,000 transactions per second (tps).

Currently, Ethereum can handle (from memory, I may be wrong on this) ~22 transactions per second.

I believe machine-to-machine transactions will be in the trillions, in the near future, and I want to be a part of that story.

I agree with your post, so much so, it is boring, because I cannot argue with you. :D

Heh. :P

I look forward to your future posts. Perhaps one day, you and I can collaborate, and help change the world for the better.

Nice to meet you.

Welcome for joining this big growing family.

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