The winter edition of Israel Crypto Conference (ICC) is returning to ZOA Tel Aviv on December 7. The day-long event will bring together industry leaders, blockchain companies, and the wider crypto community for a series of insightful keynotes and panel discussions.
At ICC winter edition, delegates will have an opportunity to discuss the broader impact of blockchain technology and to hear about the ways in which it is positively impacting people’s lives. Topics under the spotlight include institutional appetite for crypto, the emergence of new use cases, and the ways in which the industry is evolving to better meet consumer demand.
- There will be a particular focus on web3, with ICC tackling such issues as:
- Correlation between DeFi, TradFi, and CBDCs
- Entrepreneurship: how to fund ventures in crypto winter
- Regulatory trends and how the industry adjusts to comply
- Metaverse and NFTs
- How web2 players will enter web3
- Improving blockchain security to reduce attack vectors
- Spotlight on new layer-1 and layer-2 networks
Over 600 delegates are expected to attend the event at ZOA Tel Aviv Daniel Frish 1, which will be tailored to the needs of two specific groups. The main conference will unfold in the ZOA House theater in Tel Aviv, where a series of panels and presentations have been lined up.
There will also be a separate workshop for builders and developers that’s focused on ways in which the underlying technology can be utilized to greater effect.
Partners confirmed for the event include SCRT Labs, SSV Network, Fuse.io, Chainalysis, AWS, Social Wisdom, Masterkey, Crymbo, Barclays, SquarePeg, Ethereum Foundation, and Chromia.
About Israel Crypto Conference
ICC is Israel’s premier blockchain event. Hosted in Tel Aviv, the bi-annual conference brings together leading crypto companies and financial experts from across Israel and beyond. Delegates can look forward to a varied programme that includes practical talks, workshops, and panel discussions together with networking opportunities.
You can learn more about the event here.
In addition, the organisers have already planned Tel Aviv Blockchain week for May 2023. More information about this event can be found by contacting the event organisers (firstname.lastname@example.org).