China's Global Blockchain Headquaters Base (GBHB), a Beijing-based blockchain financial service, corporate training service and brand promotion service, announced on the 19th that it will host the Eco-Star World Championship (Eco-Star World Championship) event. The competition includes China DraperDragon Fund, Node Capital, Canada's Emmy Net Capital, U.S. Spark Digital Capital, China's Starvin Capital, China's Capital Capital, and China's Haesi Capital, China's former chain of China. More than 45 blockchain laboratories, blockchain technology companies, cryptocurrency exchanges and global community leaders have joined forces for the event, with more than 100 investment institutions and 300 media companies invited. They will participate to examine and evaluate blockchain project teams, build exchange platforms for the development of global blockchain ecosystem, and promote and support projects worldwide simultaneously after the competition. Based on projects recommended by each country's investment agencies, the competition will officially begin in March 2019 and then determine the final winner after a fair process. Currently, project applications are under way in each country, and the blockchain project team in Korea is recommended by Hilton Partners. "It's a little bit late, but I'm very happy to have a global model of collaboration," said Hwang Ra-yol, CEO of Hillstone Partners. "Since I'm participating on behalf of Korea, I'll do my best to promote our country's good projects overseas and introduce our great overseas projects to Korea at the same time."