What To Expect At The Global NFT Summit 2022
The UK’s largest in-person NFT gathering takes place on July 22, with exclusive networking opportunities, leading keynotes and unique prizes all available!
The UK’s premier NFT event is here!
This Friday, July 22, the Global NFT Summit – the UK’s biggest in-person blockchain event – will be taking place in London for the first time. Hosted at 155 Bishopsgate in the very heart of the capital, this one-day extravaganza includes masterclasses, keynotes and exclusive networking opportunities to bring blockchain and non-blockchain folk alike up to speed with Web3.
It wouldn’t be an NFT event without NFTs – and attendees won’t be disappointed, with exclusive Proof-of-Attendance NFTs, crypto giveaways and virtual land up for grabs.
Alongside confirmed presenters – such as Sebastien Borget (Co-Founder of The Sandbox), Tony Pearce (Co-Founder of Reality+) and Robby Yung (CEO of North American Operations at Animoca Brands) – is Sarojini McKenna, Co-Founder of Alien Worlds, who will be co-hosting a panel on the benefits of NFTs within the gaming industry.
For those unable to attend in-person, the Global NFT Summit team are hosting a virtual conference on July 28, featuring two dedicated tracks focused on the growth and application of NFT technology.
Disclosure: NFT Insider is an Official Media Partner of The Global NFT Summit.
As someone who calls North East England my home, it’s great to see such an exciting event hit our shores.
The NFT community across the UK has exploded in the last 12 months, with a deluge of artists, developers and enthusiasts taking their first steps into Web3. Organisations such as NFTUK have experienced rapid growth – I can count at least half a dozen project leaders within a 5-mile radius of me!
I’ll be in attendance on July 22, and I’m just as excited to meet our global community as I was for NFT.NYC. If you’ll be in London later this week, let me know via Discord – it’d be great to see you.
Although we’re a digital industry, nothing quite beats meeting in-person. Looks like I’ve got a train to catch!