February 4, 2022 – Los Angeles, California
The metaversehere is it taking us? Building Better Worlds launches inaugural global metaverse conference. Leading minds behind the digital revolution discuss forging new pathways toward building a better future.
Building Better Worlds announces their inaugural virtual global conference slated for February 15, 2022. This is the first in a series of events designed to address both the promises and challenges of realizing the metaverse. With leading voices contributing from throughout the world, the conference series serves as a grassroots platform for champions of a decentralized web 3.0. Building Better Worlds’ mission is to advance ideas and programs that will help realize the potential for the metaverse to unleash an unprecedented wave of positive innovation.
Michael C. Mitchell, creator of the Building Better Worlds conference series, said,
“This is the first global conference that has brought together leaders from 20 nations in DeFi, NFTs, blockchain and the metaverse for conversations on the ideas, products and regulations to gain a deeper understanding of where this technology is taking us and to help chart a path forward.”
Robin Guo, one of the chief coordinators of the conference, said,
“Presenters were drawn from multiple nations and viewpoints. They include founders and key executives from such companies as Tencent Blockchain Products, WISeKEY, Galaxy Digital, the Blockchain Research Institute of Hispanic America and Spain, Galaxy Games, The Sandbox, Exclusible, Fabricant, Philippe Gerwillfuturist and Octopus Network, to name just a few of the over 50 stellar contributors.”
Conference conversation topics include
- How will the NFT and metaverse frontier improve our lives?
- Will web 3.0 and the metaverse be a platform for a new innovation economy?
- Will industry self-regulation work?
- How will DeFi and digital currencies develop in different regions of the world?
- What’s the path to mass uptake of the metaverse?
- Will we all become creators?
- Who will own what from personal data, to digital brands?
- What tools and approaches do we have or need to build out a meaningful metaverse?
- How do we make all of this ‘green’?
- Will NFTs and the metaverse revolutionize cultural consumption?
A complete list of presenters and details of the conference can be found here.
The February 15, 2022 conference presentation can be joined here.
A short-form promo video of the conference can be found here.
The conference is co-sponsored by the Global Digital Assets and Cryptocurrency Association and WISeKey.
About Building Better Worlds
Building Better Worlds is a virtual global conference series designed to examine the potential of web 3.0 to improve the lives of everyone. Our mission is to bring together leaders and innovators in the global blockchain, token, NFT and metaverse communities, content creators, social commentators, entrepreneurs and investment institutions to gain a deeper understanding of where this technology is taking us and to help chart a path forward.
The technology team behind Building Better Worlds has worked on blockchain, cryptocurrencies, immersive digital technologies and smart city applications for over a decade, helping innovators unleash new value in their business ecosystems. Our work supports development of applications that have economic utility in both pure virtual spaces as well as across the physical/virtual boundary.
About Michael C. Mitchell
Mr. Mitchell has a fifty-year history working on complex systems and digital technologies. His holding company MCM Group International has developed and invested in sustainable planning and architectural design firms, immersive digital technology and blockchain firms in the US and Asia since 1984. He has personally worked on projects in 59 countries.
Coordinator of the conference who is responsible for the program’s management is Blue Dolphin NFT.
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