Web3 venture studio Trinity is hosting a Glitch hackathon from May 19 through May 21 at the Hana Global Campus in Incheon. Trinity stated that they are organizing this hackathon to promote the mass adoption of Web3 and it is a competition where various professionals such as planners, developers and designers participate in developing Web3 services.
On the second day of the hackathon, May 20, a conference will be held where global Web3 industry leaders will be invited to share insights on the Web3 sector and ecosystem. The conference is divided into two parts, with the first part focusing on strategies to deal with the changing Web3 paradigm. Seok-Moon Jeong, head of research at Korbit, will talk about the emergence of crypto and future financial trends; Young-Hoon Moon of Isosphere will discuss the culture and power of the future era brought by Web3; artist Dadaz will participate in a panel discussion on NFT communities that combine participation and rewards; and DeFi farmer and influencer Chosun Saeng along with Superblock CEO Jae-Yoon Kim will explain complex blockchain infrastructure from the audience’s point of view.
The second part will have simultaneous interpretation, and overseas speakers will give speeches for builders. NFT Oasis CEO Will O’Brien will talk about opportunities and survival strategies for Korean Web3 startups; Tony Gu of NGC Ventures will talk about Web3 investment strategies for fundraising; Hyeong-Ju Heo and rapper Hwaji of Dew Sisters will discuss career strategies for creator economics; and crypto intelligence platform Xangle will host a panel talk on the Web3 game economy.
Trinity’s CEO Jong-Seon Jeon said, “Glitch will present a new paradigm for onboarding the Web3 industry,” and, “It will be an event that not only Web3 industry stakeholders but also various builders and the public can enjoy.”
Glitch Conference is an open event for everyone, and those not participating in the hackathon can purchase tickets to attend. You can find more information about the conference and hackathon on Glitch’s website.