Paris Blockchain Week will take place from March 20-24, 2023, and discounted tickets are available for purchase now.Paris Blockchain Week
During the blockchain week, two key events will unfold in the heart of Paris: ‘Blockchain Week Summit’ and ‘NFTverse’.
Indeed, the 4th edition of Paris Blockchain Week promises over 400 speakers, key industry personalities, and a host of fringe events held by prominent blockchain brands.
Emmanuel Fenet, CEO of Paris Blockchain Week said: “We look forward to bringing an exciting and engaging event to the thousands of attendees who will be joining us again this year. Speakers from the best blockchain, Web3, NFT and metaverse platforms, digital asset companies, and leading VC funds will join the stage and share their insights.”
Paris Blockchain Week in the past years
The blockchain community in Paris has been buzzing with activity. One of the biggest events was the Paris Blockchain Week Summit, which took place in April. The conference brought together industry leaders, developers, and investors to discuss the latest developments in the blockchain space.
One of the highlights of the summit was the keynote address by Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, who discussed the future of the Ethereum network and the potential for decentralized finance (DeFi) applications. Other prominent speakers included Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, who discussed the future of cryptocurrency exchanges, and ConsenSys founder Joseph Lubin, who talked about the potential for blockchain to revolutionize industries such as supply chain management and real estate.
Another major event in the Paris blockchain scene was the Blockchain Game Alliance Summit, which took place in September. The conference brought together game developers, blockchain experts, and investors to discuss the intersection of blockchain technology and the gaming industry. Attendees had the opportunity to learn about the latest trends and developments in blockchain gaming, as well as network with industry leaders.
In addition to these larger events, there have also been a number of smaller meetups and workshops taking place in Paris over the past year. These have provided a platform for blockchain enthusiasts and developers to come together, share their knowledge, and collaborate on projects.
Overall, it’s clear that the blockchain community in Paris is thriving, with a wide range of events and initiatives taking place to drive the industry forward. With the continued growth of blockchain technology and its increasing adoption in various industries, it is likely that this trend will continue in the coming years.