As the World Economic Forum brings together world leaders to tackle global issues, many cryptocurrency and blockchain events create a vibrant sideshow on the ski slopes of the snowy Swiss Alps.
Cointelegraph will be on site to cover the World Economic Forum (WEF) and numerous other blockchain-focused events. Key members of world governments, businesses and civil society gather in the town each year for the WEF conference, but cryptocurrency and blockchain events are starting to gain traction during exclusive events.
The official WEF agenda for 2023 has identified cryptocurrencies and blockchain as topics to be covered during the week-long conference. On January 19th (15:00 CET), the session titled “Finding the Right Balance for Cryptocurrencies” will explore the “booms and busts” of the cryptocurrency market in 2022, and the “powerful We are planning to consider the creation of regulations. “Positive macroeconomic and social outcomes”.
Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of Ripple, session with Dutch Central Bank Governor Klaas Knot, European Commission Mairead McGuinness and UAE Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications Omar Sultan Al Olama participate in
Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire will lead a session on the tokenized economy on January 17 (16:15 CET), digging into which industries could be most impacted by tokenization .
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The metaverse is another topic that will be covered at WEF. A session entitled “Deployment in the Industrial Metaverse” is scheduled for his January 19th (09:00 CET). Meanwhile, Meta’s Chief Product Officer, Chris Cox, headlined a panel discussion, “A New Reality: Building the Metaverse,” highlighting an estimated $180 billion in investment in the space, as well as research, innovation, investment, and policy. reveals its potential development driven by This session he is scheduled for January 18th (15:00 CET).
WEF also leverages the Metaverse through its own 3D service, allowing delegates to create avatars and explore different immersive environments.
Cointelegraph Editor-in-Chief Christina Lucrezia Cornell will be attending the WEF for publication and will moderate a number of panels at the week’s event.
This includes a session titled Interoperability and Climate Change at GBBC’s #BlockchainCentral Davos 2023 on 17 January (13:40 CET). Corner will also lead a panel on climate market liquidity and the discovery of global carbon prices at his Hedera Haus on January 16 (15:35 CET).
On January 17th (09:30 CET), Corner will drive the conversation on ‘The emergence of breakthrough technologies: new ways to mobilize finance for sustainable investment’ in a panel discussion at the Greek House .
Cointelegraph journalist Gareth Jenkinson covers GBBC’s #BlockchainCentral Davos 2023 and CV Labs’ Blockchain Hub Davos. Jenkinson will also be moderating a session titled “Reports of Decentralized Finance Demise Are Grossly Exaggerated… DeFi 2.0 Is Coming!” On January 17th (15:30 CET) at Blockchain Hub and on January 18th (17:20 CET) at GBBC he had a panel discussion on “The Future of the Metaverse”.
Industry influencers from the cryptocurrency and blockchain space, including AVA Labs CEO and co-founder Emin Gün Sirer, SkyBridge Capital founder Anthony Scaramucci, and Cambridge Analytica whistleblower and data protection advocate Brittany A large number of participants are expected to appear prominently at various events. Kaiser.