Token2049, Asia’s premier crypto conference, has announced a number of high-profile title sponsors for its much-anticipated Singapore debut. Taking place on Sept. 28 and 29, this year’s event marks Token2049’s first physical presence in Singapore, which will be held in conjunction with the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2022, ahead of the race weekend. 

As the flagship event of Asia Crypto Week, the conference is set to see over 3,000 attendees as they gather to learn from prominent thought-leaders and innovators across the crypto industry, including CEOs and founders of some of the world’s largest crypto-related projects. Over 130 sponsors and exhibitors have already confirmed their participation, with numbers steadily rising as anticipation builds ahead of September. 

“Token2049 is shaping up well in bringing together the brightest minds of our ecosystem to explore pathways of innovation and collaboration. As one of the leading enablers dedicated to unlocking the full potential of digital assets, we look forward to the dialogue and conversations at this gathering,” said Cynthia Wu, founding partner at Matrixport.

With this year’s agenda spanning institutional investment trends to the rise of the Metaverse and Web3, the diversity of this year’s title sponsors for Token2049 Singapore is a testament to a flourishing industry ecosystem. This includes Singapore-based crypto unicorn and digital-asset financial services platform Matrixport, leading cryptocurrency exchange app and Formula 1 global partner, global leader in digital-asset products and infrastructure Amber Group, revolutionary social currency Whale (backed by one of the largest and most valuable NFT collections in the world), community-governed DeFi platform MantraDAO and collaborative Web3 credential infrastructure Project Galaxy. 

Celebrating the upcoming event, Token2049 founder Raphael Strauch said: “Within the past few months, the crypto ecosystem has seen a whirlwind of change and growth, and it’s only befitting that we’re gathering in Singapore — one of the region’s leading innovation hubs — to celebrate how far we’ve come.”

The event’s impressive speaker line-up includes Pantera Capital CEO Dan Morehead, Ava Labs CEO Emin Gün Sirer, and Three Arrows Capital CEO and chief information officer Su Zhu. Additional title sponsors at the event include enterprise-grade crypto infrastructure company Fireblocks, cryptocurrency exchange and derivative trading platform Bitmex, decentralized and open-source platform Syscoin, Asia’s leading institutional digital asset custodian Hextrust, global online identity verification platform Trulioo, the blockchain platform Tron, the first official Ethereum Virtual Machine based on the EOS network Trust EVM, and the EOS Network Foundation, which is building a coordinated future for the EOS Network through decentralization and community.

“From our decorated bench of title sponsors to our speaker line-up, we’re thrilled to see continued support from so many of the industry’s leading organizations and are looking forward to spotlighting some of the most exciting, emerging voices across the ecosystem. We’ve seen tremendous interest from potential speakers and sponsors alike, and are thrilled to deliver a top-notch conference experience for all. To that end, we are very excited to be hosting a large closing party, ‘Cé La Vi Singapore,’ on the rooftop deck of the Marina Bay Sands, overlooking the F1 Grand Prix track, with several notable European DJs flying in to grace the event,” continued Strauch.

For more information and continued updates on Token2049 Singapore, visit the site.

Token2049 founder Raphael Strauch is available for interview.

About Token2049

Token2049 is a premier Web3 event organized annually in Singapore and London, where decision-makers in the global crypto ecosystem connect to exchange ideas, network and shape the industry. Token2049 is a global meeting place for entrepreneurs, institutions, industry insiders, investors and those with a strong interest in the crypto and blockchain industry.

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