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Before transitioning to blockchain as an event planner at the Blockchain Game Alliance, Tabacchi held a role as retail team manager at the Tate Modern Museum shortly after finishing her undergraduate studies. In 2018, she became interested in blockchain while attending a conference titled “Art and Blockchain.” In addition to her roles with the BGA and MoCDA, she is presently helping The Sandbox initiative form collaborations.
The MoCDA has been hosting fresh exhibits since the beginning of the year. With many more expected to come, “Memento-Minti,” its most prominent exhibition to date, including artists like Jisu Choe, Sasha Stiles, and Silvio Lorusso.
In addition to mentioning the potential for art on Ethereum, Tabacchi also alluded to the potential for future MoCDA development by mentioning additional blockchain networks.
The Sandbox joined with gaming tournament organizer LootMogul in January, probably as a result of Tabacchi’s efforts in its partnerships division. As The Sandbox is bound to use that technology to organize numerous gaming contests throughout the year, this is probably a portent of things to come. Just before 2021 came to a conclusion, the initiative raised $93 million, and that money will undoubtedly create new relationships among other Sandbox projects.
Also notable is Tabacchi’s attendance at the Blockchain Game Alliance. Since 2020, the project’s membership has increased by 186%, bringing together valuable new studios and protocols in addition to other blockchain-related gaming professionals. This expansion is anticipated to continue as 2022 progresses and the popularity of metaverse and related game initiatives grows.