Despite today’s bear market, the demand for blockchain and crypto skills from companies continues to grow.

On July 8, those interested can position themselves in the sector with the Mainstream edition of the Paris Blockchain Summit (PBS).

As in previous editions, the PBS brings together the international ecosystem in a single location to discuss the future of blockchain technology.

This third edition is no exception to the rule and will not fail to leave its mark — giant palm trees, fountains, outdoor terraces and a cinema room will bring together enthusiasts in a space stretching 2,000 square meters. Combining nature and elegance, and spread over two floors in several thematic platforms (NFTs, Metaverse, blockchain), the Equinoxe Palmeraie Paris will be welcoming more than 1,200 participants from more than 20 countries. 

Although the prices of crypto assets are falling, the demand for blockchain skills is constantly evolving.

The PBS is considered by the World Economic Forum as a pillar of the fourth industrial revolution and will see its growth multiplied tenfold by 2026.

Alongside 50 experts from multinationals like Nestlé and L’Oreal, representatives involved in NFTs, the Metaverse, the French and European governments, and crypto trading with Ichimoku and digital law experts will be taking part in the event.

Media and crypto influencers are also on board to ensure maximum visibility for projects and share their industry expertise.

The PBS will be providing concrete answers to the challenges and trends of tomorrow:

  • The Metaverse: Why are large companies and institutions betting on the Metaverse? Is it just a fad or a real revolution?

  • GameFi and Play-to-Earn: How are blockchain games a new economy in emerging countries? Can players be paid for their contribution to a virtual economy?

  • Regulation: What regime should apply to NFTs? Will the MICA regulation put an end to the development of the crypto assets market in Europe?

  • Sports: How can Blockchain enable an evolution of the sports sponsorship market? With nearly 16% of the world’s population obese, are Move-to-Earns a viable solution to obesity?

  • Intellectual property: Do NFTs allow artists to better monetize their creations? How to manage the copyright and the right of exploitation of a work with an NFT?

  • Music: Does the future of the music industry rely on NFTs? How do supervisory authorities such as SACEM react?

  • The economy: As inflation explodes, can Bitcoin be an effective hedge against inflation? How will central bank digital currencies and stablecoins impact the economy? NFTs — a new asset class to diversify wealth?

PBS experts will answer all these questions and more, so those interested should secure their seats now for the most qualitative and business-oriented event of summer 2022.

PBS is always looking for new and interesting projects to build the decentralized world of tomorrow with, so any projects looking to get up on stage to share what they’re all about or just have a display booth are encouraged to contact the event to know more about its offers. PBS understands that every project is unique, so its team adapts to the needs and possibilities of each individual project.

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