Today on June 9, Antwerp in Belgium hosts their first blockchain and NFT event, WEB32 . Yes! This European real life event offers an inspiring deepdive into blockchain, NFTs and the metaverse.
Targeting blockchain professionals , but also other interested parties, the Web32 event is helping everyone in Antwerp discover the potential of this new digital domain!
What is Happening at Antwerp’s Web32 Event?
Firstly, you can expect an amazing Conference: Helping web3 professionals discover the potential of blockchain. Next, there will also be an Expo, allowing attendees to experience the tech first hand! Plus, there will be a host of experts giving practical information and pitches from brand new NFT and metaverse projects. Not only that, those looking to find a job or a new business partner will have plenty of chances. In short, the networking opportunities for creators and the community are rife!
However, this isn’t your typical corporate network event. Instead, this is a real rendez-vous with the people who experiment with this innovative technology, build practical applications and pave the road ahead.
Who is Speaking At Antwerp Web32?
The first set of speakers include; Diego Borgo (metaverse native, former Adidas strategist) Timmu Toke (avatar across platforms), Evelyn Mora (metaverse Digital Village). Then the event also partnered with Venly (blockchain APIs with 2M end users) , Signum by HB Antwerp (how blockchain impacted the diamantsector) and finally, the City of Antwerp.
Why you should go to Web32
Antwerp’s Web32 event looks onboard professionals in all sectors to web3 and give them practical examples of blockchain’s potential. Not only that, they aim to provide answers and inspiration for open minded entrepreneurs. Apparently, students, marketeers, developers, creatives, web3 insiders and experts are not just welcome but encouraged to attend.
Where is the Event Taking Place?
The Web32 event is taking place today on June 9, from 1PM – 9 PM. They confirmed the location will be in the Waagnatie, Antwerp, just by the Scheldt River.
If you want to learn more, do check out the web32 website, plus grab a last minute ticket here! Keep an eye on their LinkedIn & Twitter for the full program and to find curated content as preparation to explore the full potential of web3. Plus, you can always contact the organisers via [email protected] .