MetaWeek Dubai is a large-scale offline event focusing on metaverse trends. What other topics will be covered, where will the summit be held, and who will be the speakers? Read in our material.
MetaWeek Dubai is an event devoted to the metaverse and other Web 3.0 trends. It includes a main two-day conference, additional events, presentations, and parties. The key summit will take place Sept. 12-13, with MetaWeek running from Sept. 11-14, 2022.
The meeting location is the Grand Hyatt Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre. There is a special hotel room rate for participants.
Apart from the metaverse, other relevant topics will be discussed at the event: blockchain, tokenization, NFT, GameFi, and DeFi. For example, residents will listen to the following reports:
- Big Brands in Metaverse: Experience & Trends
- GameFi and the Era of Metaverse: How to play, learn and earn
- Investing in Web 3.0: Do’s and Dont’s
- Media Brands & Metaverse: Paradigm Shift
The current state of the blockchain sector, protocols, and solutions for financial technologies, enterprises, logistics, entertainment, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence will be among the crucial topics of the conference.
MetaWeek will bring together gaming magnates, artists, data analysts, and others interested in developing the Web 3.0 universe. Speakers at the summit will include experts such as Yat Siu (chairman and co-founder of Animoca Brands, CEO of Outblaze), Nick Spanos (one of the first bitcoin investors), Daniela Barbosa (executive director of Hyperledger Foundation) and more than 50 other experts.
The general sponsors of the event are Arrakis Ventures and BitForex.
As a reminder, Dubai is the first and only jurisdiction in the world that has prudently created a specific regulator for digital assets. Therefore, the city is attractive for cryptocurrency market leaders and founders of blockchain startups.
In addition, Dubai has recently been accumulating funds to develop the digital economy and implement a metaverse into the city’s structure. It is planned to launch a Higher Committee on future technologies. Strategic plans aim to expand the metaverse in the Emirate’s economy to $4 billion and create 40,000 virtual jobs by 2030.