[ONLINE EVENT] Blockchain 'Made in France' -- French Leaders on DeFi, Metaverse

About this event

Blockchain, cryptocurrency, and Web3 are hotter topics than ever before. More and more “crypto curious” people have become enticed by the promise of blockchain: some hope to join the ranks of the “crypto-rich”, while others see only scams and hacks and remain curious but skeptical. But the fact remains that blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies continue to be adopted by companies across many industries: to paraphrase Marc Andreesen, crypto is eating the world. With the recent emergence of the Metaverse thesis, the vision of a blockchain-based Web3 is closer than ever before to mass adoption.

You may not be aware, but France boasts homegrown crypto heroes in several distinct fields. These industry leaders are advancing the democratization and adoption of crypto not only in France but more importantly around the world. In this panel, we have gathered five French entrepreneurs, investors and influencers in the sector, each with a different focus.

⭐Hadrien Zerah, Managing Director chez Nomadic Labs

⭐Julien Bouteloup, Founder / CEO Stake Capital

⭐Ivan de Lastours, Blockchain/Crypto Lead at Bpifrance

⭐Mounir Benchemled, Founder at ParaSwap.io

⭐Sebastien Couture, Host Epicenter Podcast, Angel Investor


They are well positioned to insightfully discuss topics including:

- What is DeFi (Decentralized Finance) and why does it matter?

- What will the financial market look like in 20-30 years?

- How do crypto, blockchain and NFTs fit into the “Metaverse” thesis?

- How is crypto currently regulated in France and under “European Sovereignty”?


Speakers

When

Wednesday, Dec 1
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (CET)

Where

ONLINE
LINK TO BE SENT THROUGH EMAIL Paris75001

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