NFT Paris is held on 24-25 Feb.
Guest speakers include Yuga Labs’ Co-Founder Greg Solano, Doodles’ CEO Julian Holguin, SuperRare’s founder John Crain, World of Women’s Head of Philanthropy Inna Modja, Co-founder & Chairman of Animoca Brands Yat Siu, and CEO & Founder of Art Blocks Erick Calderon.
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The largest NFT event in Europe, NFT Paris, is fast approaching, and it’s just the place to go if you want to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the NFT sphere. It’s a place for brands, artists, entrepreneurs, investors and collectors to come together.
NFT Paris starts this Friday, Feb. 24 and offers 48 hours jam-packed with talks. The main event takes place in The Grand Palais, but numerous side events have already started in various locations in Paris out and are running till Feb. 27.
The choice of the venue for the main event is no mere coincidence. Its description reads, “The Grand Palais is the most iconic reception institution in France. It is the cultural and artistic epicenter of the French capital, born from the Universal Exposition of 1900 that saw the rise of countless innovation. The Grand Palais Éphémère, designed by Wilmotte & Associés and located on the Champs de Mars, at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, will be the theatre of the largest NFT event.“
Attendees will be able to listen to speakers like Yuga Labs’ Co-Founder Greg Solano, Doodles’ CEO Julian Holguin, SuperRare’s founder John Crain, World of Women’s Head of Philanthropy Inna Modja, Co-founder & Chairman of Animoca Brands Yat Siu, and CEO & Founder of Art Blocks Erick Calderon.
If you’re looking for more than just the talks, there’s plenty more happening. Both Web3 Gaming Summit organized by BGA and Art Blocks and Ledger’s Generative Art Summit take place on Feb. 23. For those who want to have fun after the conference, DeGods and Pudgy Penguins are organizing a boat afterparty.
The event is so popular even scammers created phishing websites they had promoted on Google Ads in order to trick prospective attendees into providing their crypto wallet information. Luckily, NFT Paris organizers reacted quickly and reminded everyone the official website does not offer the service and to stay vigilant. At the moment of writing, ads promoting nefarious websites are down.
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