Korea Blockchain Week, a blockchain and crypto event founded by Factblock, a Web3 ecosystem accelerator, and co-hosted by Hashed, the leading Korean-native VC fund, bringing together industry leaders, investors, and enthusiasts worldwide to discuss and explore the latest developments and trends, has announced it is returning for 2023 following the success of last year’s edition.
According to reports, the previous edition attracted more than 8,700 attendees, 256 journalists, and 130 speakers in spite of the situation in the market last year.
Per the announcement, the conference will take place from September 4 through September 9. The main event of the conference “KBW: Impact,” will take place from September 5 to 6 at The Shilla Seoul.
In 2023’s edition there will be even more speakers than last year from leading Layer1, Layer2, DeFi, NFT, and GameFi projects, as well as the most renowned journalists, venture funds and market participants.
Among other things, the event will include technical and business speeches and panels from the participants on the new trends of 2023, including artificial intelligence, zero-knowledge technology, blockchain regulation, and many more.
Seonik Jeon, founder of Factblock and Korea Blockchain Week, has said:
“Korea maintains its position as a leading force in the blockchain industry, and the immense success of KBW 2022 serves as evidence, drawing large crowds and top minds in the ecosystem even amidst a bear market. For this year’s event, our goal is to further enhance the KBW experience by fostering the exchange of innovative ideas and opportunities within the sector, with a heightened focus on the expanding the institutional and NFT landscape.”