- Korea Blockchain Week (KBW) will take place from September 4 to 9, 2023 in Seoul, South Korea.
- Key topics will include artificial intelligence and zero-knowledge technology.
- Organizers expect thousands to attend, along with speakers from the DeFi, NFT and GameFi ecosystems, among other areas.
Korea Blockchain Week (KBW), a leading blockchain and Web3 event in Asia, is set to return for the 2023 edition in Seoul this September. South Korea,
After the successful 2022 edition of the event, the organizers have announced that this year’s convention will run from 4th September to 9th September 2023.
Web3 accelerator Factblock founded Korea Blockchain Week in 2018 and has seen the event grow to become one of the biggest events on the blockchain calendar. Korea-based VC fund Hashed serves as co-host while PR firm MarketAcross Return as media partner.
KBW 2023 will include AI and zero-knowledge technology themes
Geared up for crypto and blockchain believers to meet, connect and learn, KBW2023 will feature some of the biggest personalities and industry leaders in the crypto space. Despite the 2022 crypto winter, the KBW conference attracted over 8,700 attendees, with 256 journalists and 130 speakers gracing the occasion.
Speakers included Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, Binance founder and CEO Changpeng Zhao, and Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal. While the organizers have yet to finalize this year’s list, it is expected that some of the biggest names in the industry will be included – along with speakers DeFi, nftAnd joined the GameFi Layer 1 and Layer 2 projects.
Renowned journalists, top venture funds and other market participants will also participate, KBW said in a press release shared with CoinJournal.
Part of the content schedule for 2023 will include topics on new trends such as artificial intelligence and zero-knowledge technology. oh Today is a big narrative, with some of the biggest crypto projects in 2023 being AI-powered.
Also important to the industry is the topic of blockchain regulation, which FactBlock and partners say will facilitate.