The crypto industry seemed to have aged a few decades from the past bull market, maturing in some places but rapidly moving forward in ambitious new directions including DeFi, NFT and web3. And as scams continued to spread and hacker heists became a weekly phenomenon, the space attracted an onslaught of retail investors and sparked feverish excitement among young technologists looking to stake their careers on blockchain.
We are thrilled to be joining this controversy and excitement once again as we announce the stellar agenda TechCrunch Sessions: Crypto 2022.
Taking place on November 17 in Miami, the event will provide an opportunity for founders and investors to hear war stories from some of the most influential decision makers in the crypto world, as well as learn from industry veterans who have survived a crypto winter or two. . Take advantage of our special starting prices – save $250 on general admission tickets while supplies last. Buy a pass today and then join the web3, DeFi and NFT communities to keep up with the ever-evolving and always exciting cryptocurrency.
We are very excited to be hosting this event in the city of Miami, which has captured so much of the recent excitement related to the development of new technologies and investments in the crypto sector. Our guests at this event have some of the brightest minds in the business and deeply shaped crypto as an asset class and cultural touchstone.
We have a lot more news and speakers to share in the coming weeks, but here’s a first look!
Join us for a live Chain Reaction podcast as the TechCrunch crypto team dive into lively discussions about the latest blockchain news, drama and trends.
Billions of capital have been raised by crypto funds and web3 venture capitalists during an unprecedented bull run, but as crypto markets turn bearish, how will investors keep their web3 dream alive? We’re talking to some of the most influential investors in the crypto space about potential bets to bet too early, too late, and just in time.
Former Lightspeed partner Amy Wu made a splash this year when she left the venture capital firm to lead startup investments from a new $2 billion fund at Sam Bankman-Freed’s FTX crypto hub. Since then, the contender for Coinbase has become a critical player in the world of crypto M&A as it sought to offer a lifeline for blockchain finance companies hit by the sudden downturn, while also supporting young ambitious efforts in the web3 consumer space. Learn from Wu about how her firm is helping the crypto industry deal with uncertainty by betting on the next class of winners.
The most hyped dapps tend to be built for crypto speculators or decentralized finance proponents, but the new generation of products is being built with the average internet user in mind. Join us as we connect with the founders of some of web3’s most exciting consumer applications and share their thoughts on the opportunities for the mainstream audience and the challenges of building a consumer crypto business in a bear market.
Binance is the largest crypto exchange in the world, and its founder and CEO, Chinese-Canadian billionaire Changpeng Zhao, is so famous that he is often referred to only by his initials, “CZ.” The scale of Binance has attracted the attention of regulators around the world, but the exchange has managed to maintain a cult following among its customers. Zhao will rarely look behind the scenes of Binance, sharing his thoughts on what it takes to run a company in a volatile market, as well as his biggest hopes, fears, and predictions for its future.
The industry’s brightest entrepreneurs will take the stage in front of a live audience and panel of industry experts, speaking about revolutionary technologies.
As cryptocurrencies continue to gain widespread adoption, regulators around the world are keeping a close eye on the fledgling industry. But which crypto companies, protocols and projects will comply with the current regulatory framework? And how will the crypto industry react when government agencies begin to issue new recommendations? We’re talking to some of the brightest people in the field who will be looking into what regulation means for the industry in 2022.
Few in the crypto space have seen such a rapid explosion of NFT adoption, but startup OpenSea, founded back in 2017, was biding its time. Fast forward to today and NFT transactions are in the tens of billions of dollars and OpenSea handles the lion’s share of those sales. CEO Devin Finzer has so far fended off market competition from well-funded state giants and upstarts, but can the $13.3 billion startup hold its lead in a bear market?
The days of lavish deal terms for cryptocurrency startups may be a thing of the past as the industry faces uncertainty over the next few years. We’re talking to a number of veteran cryptocurrency founders about how young founders can maintain a stable source of funding during a bear market and what their investors might want to see.
There has never been anything like the appearance of the Bored Ape Yacht Club. Expensive monkey JPEGs have sparked endless distrust among crypto outsiders, while the owners of the NFT collection have shown a devotion uncommon outside of religious groups. Yuga, the startup behind the collection, aims to turn this cultural anomaly into an empire. After raising a seed round this year with a staggering $4 billion valuation, Yuga CEO Nicole Muniz has focused her efforts on building Otherside, an NFT-focused metaverse with the goal of challenging the efforts of Meta, Roblox, and others.
Don’t miss your chance to catch all this amazing content and find the best opportunities to chat on TC Sessions: Crypto on the November 17 in Miami.. Buy your pass now and save – until the special launch price disappears. See you in November!
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