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Post-winter opportunities abound at Crypto Fest 2022!

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– The Dont Look Up festival is set to be the largest gathering of crypto-minded experts, amateurs and enthusiasts in Africa, aimed at exploring both the technologys impact on Web3 and emerging opportunities for investors.
– Crypto Fest 2022 will be a one-of-a-kind experience for crypto crusaders. Under the theme of Dont look up, entrepreneurs, traders, investors, developers and enthusiasts will engage in hard-hitting conversations, sparking critical debates on the impact that crypto, nonfungible tokens (NFTs), decentralized finance (DeFi), Web3 and the Metaverse will have on the worlds of finance, investment, art, music, sport, gaming, entertainment, marketing, governance and more.
– Attendees can look forward to a jam-packed day of keynotes, presentations, competitions, product exhibitions and performances from more than 30 global innovators and thought leaders in the cryptocurrency, NFT, DeFi, Web3 and Metaverse space.
– The event includes a keynote address by Polygons South African business development lead Michael Jordan, an exploration into crypto innovation and regulation by Mazars partner and digital assets lead Wiehann Olivier, routes towards mass crypto education and adoption across Africa with FTX Africa business development manager Nolu Mashologu, a panel discussion hosted by Bakaris Daniel Kimber, who will lead a conversation outlining how to best manage risk with DeFi investments, and a discussion presented by sportsmen Kyle Brown and Sean Roberts defining crypto and the role its going to play in South African sport.
– Crypto Fest 2022 will debut an NFT gallery and a Metaverse gaming zone featuring NFTs from various local artists. The NFT gallery, showcased by Libex, a South African-owned NFT marketplace, will host Lightning Talks, where attendees can interact, network, win prizes and experience the world of virtual reality in the Metaverse gaming zone.
– South African musician and fine artist Arno Carstens will be hosting a 15-minute Lightning Talk discussing his latest collection of minted artworks.
– Bitcoin Events was established in 2014 by Sonya Kuhnel and Theo Sauls to address the lack of education and information available to individuals and organizations in Africa on the opportunities and challenges that blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies offer. Over the past eight years, Bitcoin Events has hosted events, workshops and educational meetups, successfully hosting over 15,000 attendees from 165 countries.

Post-winter opportunities abound at Crypto Fest 2022!

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