2021-06-17
NFTs explained

On June 17, 2021, at The Conference.NFT our smart speakers will explain what this all NFT buzz is all about, why humanity needs it and why it is valuable.

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The top blockchain companies and Tier 1 media are going crazy about this new thing - NFT.
What the hell is that?
Find out at The Conference.NFT! We’ve found people who knows everything about NFTs! They’ve created their own NFTs and helped others to issue their owns.
We’d be best off putting them all on an NFT because each one is a unique and valuable part of the community… :)
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Speakers
Stani Kulechov Stani Kulechov Founder and CEO, AAVE twitter
Sébastien Borget Sébastien Borget Co-Founder & COO, THE SANDBOX twitter
Erick Snowfro Erick Snowfro Founder, ARTBLOCKS twitter
Miko Matsumura Miko Matsumura General Partner, GUMI CRYPTOS twitter
Tejas Chopra Tejas Chopra Senior Software Engineer, NETFLIX twitter
MD Rakib Ahamed MD Rakib Ahamed CEO & Founder, NFTMALL twitter
Krista Kim Krista Kim Techism Artist twitter
Chung Dao, Ph.D. Chung Dao, Ph.D. CEO and Co-founder of ORAICHAIN twitter
Miguel Romero Miguel Romero Digital communications, NIFTYGATEWAY twitter
Steve McGarry Steve McGarry Co-Founder, GROWYOURBASE, host of HACKCRYPTO twitter
Maria Paula Fernández Maria Paula Fernández Founder and Managing Director, ETHBerlin twitter
Mattison Asher Mattison Asher Researcher, CONSENSYS twitter
Peg Samuel Peg Samuel Head of Entertainment Partnerships, ANRKEYX twitter
Conlan Rios Conlan Rios CEO, ASYNC ART twitter
Michael Sofaer Michael Sofaer CEO, PYLONS, Director of NFTs, TENDERMINT twitter
Yan Ketelers Yan Ketelers Chief Marketing Officer, ARKANE NETWORK twitter
Stefania Barbaglio Stefania Barbaglio Founder & Director, CASSIOPEIA SERVICES twitter
Olive Allen Olive Allen Visual Artist, NFT Artist twitter
Zach Burks Zach Burks CEO, Founder, MINTABLE twitter
Daud Zulfacar Daud Zulfacar Managing Director, LICENSE.ROCKS twitter
Guy Maevsky Guy Maevsky Legal advisor twitter
Shreyansh Singh Shreyansh Singh NFT & Gaming Lead, POLYGON twitter
Andrew Bull Andrew Bull Founding partner at BULL BLOCKCHAIN LAW twitter
Sasha Ivanov Sasha Ivanov Founder, WAVES twitter
Gordon Einstein Gordon Einstein Founding Partner at CRYPTOLAW PARTNERS twitter
Joel Dietz Joel Dietz Founder, ARTWALLET twitter
Dmitriy Boshenyatov Dmitriy Boshenyatov CEO & Co-founder CYBERTIME FINANCE twitter
Mattias Tyrberg Mattias Tyrberg Sir Stonks at MEME.COM twitter
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Speakers from our previous events
Anton Bukov Anton Bukov Co-founder & CTO, 1INCH twitter
Josh Goodbody Josh Goodbody EMEA, Binance twitter
Chris Aruliah Chris Aruliah Head of Business Development, Bitstamp twitter
Diana Pires Diana Pires SVP, Crypto.com twitter
Gustav Arentoft Gustav Arentoft Business Development, Maker Foundation twitter
Chern Chung Chern Chung Senior Director of Global Business, Huobi Global twitter
Linda Wang Linda Wang Head of international expansion, Shapeshift twitter
Maximilian Marenbach Maximilian Marenbach Head of Banking and Payments, Kraken twitter
Agenda
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June 17, 2021

16:00 – 16:10 CET 
OPENING


16:10 – 16:50 CET
SECTION I

Discussion panel: What are NFTs? Is it a bubble or here to stay?
Moderator:
Steve Mc Garry, GrowYourBase
Participants: 
Aave, Stani Kulechov
Polygon, Shreyansh Singh
Pylons, Michael Sofaer
Netflix, Tejas Chopra
Waves, Sasha Ivanov
16:50 – 17:05 CET
NFTs beyond the hype, the good and bad cases
Arkane Network, Yan Ketelers


17:05 – 17:45 CET
SECTION II
Discussion panel: NFTs Now. Artists, marketplace and investor talk about the current ecosystem.
Moderator: Peg Samuel, Anrkeyx
Participants:
Visual Artist, NFT Artist, Olive Allen
Techism Artist, Krista Kim
Mintable, Zach Burks
Gumi Cryptos, Miko Matsumura
Cassiopea Services, Stefania Barbaglio

17:45 – 18:00 CET
NFT originality proof with AI and NFT Tokenization Launchpad for Artists
Oraichain, Chung Dao Ph.D
18:00 – 18:15 CET 
Driving value to the NFT marketplaces through curation, archiving and artist support.
Golem Network, Maria Fernandez


18:15 – 19:00 CET
SECTION III
Discussion panel: Leading marketplaces. Competitors or ecosystem?
Moderator:
Joel Dietz, Artwallet
Participants:
ArtBlocks, Erick SnowFro
Nifty Gateway, Miguel Romero
The Sandbox, Sebastien Borget
Async Art, Conlan Rios
ConsenSys, Mattison Asher

19:00 – 19:05 CET

Meme.com, Mattias Tyrberg

What is the value of a meme? The Journey from NFTs to memecoins”

19:05 – 19:20 CET
What is NFTmall, its benefits and the way it envisions bringing NFT into the masses.
NFTmall, MD Rakib Ahamed

19:20 – 19:25 CET
Burning NFT. How we at NFT Fantasy League want to tackle the liquidity and value of NFTs.
CyberTime Finance, Dmitriy Boshenyatov


19:25 – 20:00 CET
SECTION IV

Discussion panel: Legal implications of NFTs
Moderator:
Guy Maevsky
Participants: 
License.Rocks, Daud Zulfacar
CryptoLaw Partners, Gordon Einstein
Bull Blockchain Law, Andrew Bull

20:00 – 20:10 CET
NFT legal trends
Guy Maevsky

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