Distinguished Guests Cordially Invited to WebX Conference
WebX, Asia’s leading Web3 conference, has announced the participation of esteemed guests at its upcoming event on July 25-26. The lineup includes Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Yuga Labs CEO Daniel Alegre, the Dogecoin dog Kabosu, and the groundbreaking AI robot Desdemona. This conference aims to bridge divides between Web2 and Web3, as well as Japanese and English speakers. It also recognizes Japan’s potential to become the Web3 hub in Asia.
The involvement of Prime Minister Kishida emphasizes the Japanese government’s recognition of the significance of Web3 technology in shaping the country’s digital future. Yuga Labs, known for their contributions to the NFT space and digital art, will provide insights into the intersection of blockchain, creativity, and decentralized finance. Kabosu, the beloved Shiba Inu known as Doge, will add charm and humor to the conference. Desdemona, the AI robot created by Hanson Robotics, showcases the potential for AI-driven solutions to reshape industries.
WebX is thrilled to have these esteemed guests contribute their unique perspectives to the conference. Produced by CoinPost, Japan’s largest crypto media outlet, the event offers participants access to the latest trends, industry leaders, and prestigious speakers. Being an international conference held in Japan, it showcases the fusion of Japanese culture and technology in the evolution of Web3. Major Japanese gaming companies like Square Enix and Sega will also participate, discussing the integration of gaming and Web3.
The event will take place at the Tokyo International Forum and is expected to have over 150 exhibiting companies and 100 media partners. Early bird registration is currently open, providing a discounted rate for attendees. This conference presents an opportunity for individuals to gain valuable insights, network with industry leaders, and explore the evolving landscape of Web3. It aims to foster a favorable ecosystem for Web3 businesses and drive technological advancements in Japan. For more information and registration, visit the official website of WebX.