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TOKEN2049 Singapore to become world’s largest Web3 event with over 10,000 attendees

TOKEN2049 has revealed its initial group of renowned title sponsors and keynote speakers for its eagerly awaited comeback to Singapore. The TOKEN2049 event is scheduled to happen on September 13-14, 2023, just before the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix race weekend at Marina Bay Sands.

The TOKEN2049 event is going to have more than 10,000 attendees from over 3,500 companies, which makes it the biggest event of its kind this year. The conference is happening again in Singapore, which shows that Asia is still very important for driving growth and innovation in the global digital asset ecosystem. TOKEN2049 will have more than 300 side events and networking opportunities in Singapore from September 11-17, following the success of its Singapore 2022 event.

Alex Fiskum, who is one of the co-founders of TOKEN2049, expressed his excitement about the event’s successful comeback to Singapore. He mentioned that they have received a large number of ticket registrations and a lot of interest from speakers, sponsors, and partners. TOKEN2049 Singapore is going to be the most significant crypto event of the year. It will be an unforgettable experience that will exceed our previous editions in size, activity, and overall excitement.

In 2023, there will be a gathering of global industry leaders, top decision makers, and innovators. The agenda will include Hacker House, Tech Workshops, and NFT Gallery, among other things. The conference in 2023 has exceeded the attendance, sponsorship, and speaker goals from last year. The numbers are increasing quickly before September.

This year’s schedule covers topics such as the changing regulations, the growth of AI, Web3 gaming, NFTs and the Metaverse, DeFi, scalability, interoperability, and more. The speaker line-up is really impressive! It includes Balaji Srinivasan, who is a founder, investor, and author of The Network State. Joe Lubin, who co-founded Ethereum and founded ConsenSys, is also speaking. Stani Kulechov, who is the Founder and CEO of Aave, will be there too. Mike Novogratz, who is the CEO of Galaxy Digital, will be speaking as well. Sandeep Nailwal, who co-founded Polygon, is also on the list of speakers. Brad Garlinghouse, who is the CEO of Ripple, will be there too, along with other important people in the industry.

We’re combining TOKEN2049 and the Singapore Grand Prix for the second year. We’ll be revealing the new McLaren OKX custom livery. The event is an awesome way to kick off the weekend and aims to unite enthusiasts of both crypto and F1 in a major fashion. Haider Rafiq, the Chief Marketing Officer of OKEx, said that this year was focused on showing people the potential of Web3 through their recent “Rewrite the System” campaign. He also mentioned that Singapore would be a great place for them to expand their efforts.

This year’s headline sponsors for TOKEN2049 Singapore show how excited the industry is, because they come from a variety of backgrounds. The group consists of some well-known companies in the cryptocurrency industry such as OKEx, which is a leading spot and derivatives exchange, Circle, a global fintech payments and stablecoin commerce platform, Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, DWF Labs, a global digital asset market maker and multi-stage Web3 investment firm, EOS Network Foundation, an open-source blockchain technology firm, and Trash, a DeFi asset management protocol.

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