You have more than a month before Miami heats up for TC Sessions: Crypto on November 17, but you have only three days left until our special launch pricing sets sail and heads out to the OpenSea — ha, that’s a pretty NFT pun right there.
Don’t waste another minute. Buy your pass — either general admission or student — before the deal expires on October 12 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT), and you’ll save $250 or $400, respectively.
Now that you’re registered, get ready to go mining for opportunities across the blockchain, cryptocurrency, DeFi, NFT and web3 ecosystem.
You’ll hear from industry giants like Binance’s Changpeng “CZ” Zhao, FTX Ventures’ Amy Wu, OpenSea’s Devin Finzer and many more.
Here’s a quick look at just some of the day’s hot topics — be sure to check out the agenda so you don’t miss what matters most in your corner of the cryptoverse.
Building for Normies: The most-hyped decentralized apps have typically been built for crypto speculators or decentralized finance acolytes, but a new breed of products is being crafted with the common internet user in mind. Join us as we chat with Alex Adelman (Lolli), Devin Lewtan (Mad Realities) and Brandon Millman (Phantom) — founders of some of web3’s most exciting consumer apps — and pick their brains on mainstream audience opportunities and the challenges of building consumer crypto businesses in a bear market.
TechCrunch Crypto Pitch-off: The industry’s brightest entrepreneurs will take the stage in front of a live audience and a panel of industry experts — including Gradient Ventures’ Wen-Wen Lam — pitching revolutionary technologies.
Is Crypto Regulation Ready?: As crypto markets continue to gain mainstream adoption, regulators globally are watching the young industry with laser focus. But which crypto companies, protocols and projects will be compliant within the current regulatory framework? And how will the crypto industry respond when government agencies start providing new guidelines? We talk with Katherine Dowling — general counsel and CCO at Bitwise Asset Management — and dig into what regulation means for the industry in 2022.
Plus, don’t miss your chance to meet and network with more than a dozen up-and-coming startups exhibiting at the show. Today’s casual conversation could lead to tomorrow’s next big deal.
TC Sessions: Crypto takes place on November 17 in Miami, but the tides and time wait for no one. Jump on board and buy your pass before the launch special ends on October 12 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT).
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