Dec

15

From

16:00 – 17:00

Where

#homeoffice

DEPT® Talks Live

What’s next for cryptocurrency and NFTs, and how brands can jump in

2021 has been a breakthrough year for cryptocurrency: 

• The long awaited Bitcoin ETF hit Wall Street
• NFTs took the world by storm!
• We saw our first major exchange go public via Coinbase.
• The first country, El Salvador, began to recognize Bitcoin as legal tender.
• The community began taking serious steps to address some of the major limitations facing adoption by focusing on blockchains that are both scalable and eco-friendly.

While 2021 was exciting, there is no doubt the industry will build upon this momentum in 2022. And, with so much potential and fast-growing expectations around the impact of cryptocurrency on society, 2022 will be a critical year for brands to get involved. 

16:00 – 17:00 CET
15:00 – 16:00 GMT
10:00 – 11:00 ET

Join us for a look at what’s next for crypto and NFTs and how brands can innovate in new and meaningful ways, featuring speakers from: 

David Markley
David Markley
Director of Business Solutions at Algorand
Brandon Aaskov
Brandon Aaskov
Global Crypto Lead, DEPT®
Joao Reginatto
Joao Reginatto
VP Product & USDC Product Lead at Circle
Anne Marie Gianutsos
Anne Marie Gianutsos
Chief Marketing Officer at The Drone Racing League
Abdel Boazzati
Abdel Boazzati
Partnerships, D&I & Blockchain Lead EMEA/APAC, Coca Cola
Jesse Streb
Jesse Streb
Global SVP, Technology and Engineering, DEPT®

Dec

15

From

16:00 – 17:00

Where

#homeoffice

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