After a Covid hiatus, Korea Blockchain Week will host its first live event in Seoul.
The InterContinental Grand Seoul Parnas will host KBW2022 from August 7–14 in the centre of Seoul. The highly anticipated event will feature a number of speakers from top L1 ecosystems, dApps, games, and venture funds. It is presented by FactBlock and co-hosted by Hashed in collaboration with ROK Capital.
Two jam-packed days of speaking are scheduled to take place on the BLOCK and HASH stages. The future of NFTs, DeFi, infrastructure, and crypto investment will be discussed. And participants will have the opportunity to discover new information. Following the speeches, the event’s planners and sponsors will offer a series of networking dinners and events. On August 10, an intriguing intermission will be provided by Seoul FESTA, a world festival for fans of Korean culture.
The primary competition will end immediately before the Formula E World Championship. It will take place in Seoul for the first time on August 13–14. The top worldwide musicians’ songs from the 2022 World DJ Festival will launch the E-Prix.
South Korea has long been the center of innovation. And its persistent passion and desire for bitcoin and blockchain technology present a variety of potential for the global globe. This year’s KBW provides the ideal balance of business and idea exchange, followed by fantastic networking possibilities.
MarketAcross, Cointelegraph, Yahoo Finance, and others are among the event’s official media partners. Prior to the event, there are still a few sponsorship and media partner openings available.
FactBlock is a top blockchain consulting company that wants to connect international businesses with the Korean market. It has been hosting the annual Korea Blockchain Week since 2018.
Hashed is a global venture capital firm that supports entrepreneurs who are paving the way for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. It is accelerating the adoption of blockchain technology on a global scale through smart investments and community creation. Hashed, with offices in Seoul, San Francisco, Singapore, and Bangalor, has produced web3 founders who have changed the industry.