Istanbul will host the NFT Summit 2022

Istanbul will host the NFT Summit 2022

In Turkey, the NFT Summit Istambul 2022, organized by Meta Venture Fund, will be held on May 28 and 29 at the Lütfi Kırdar Convention and Exhibition Center.

The event aims to showcase industry experts on crypto assets, NFTs, metaverses, and web3. To do this, they will bring together businessmen, artists, academics, students and other participants.

One of the main activities will be to bring together more than 50 NFT artists from different countries to present their distinctive works which will be exclusively designed for the NFT Summit Istanbul under the special curatorship of TodaysArt and Decol to exhibit their art.

NFT Summit Istanbul will focus on Digital Arts and NFT, WEB 3.0, Metaverse and Design, Blockchain, DEFI–CEX/DEX, Smart Contracts, Economics, Legal Rights and Investments.

Representatives from the industry and from different parts of the world will be participating in the event, including Simon Morris, head of strategy at ConsenSys; Sébastien Borget Co-founder of The Sandbox; Chainlink’s Elif Hilal Umucu; Ty Blackard, co-founder of NFTY Lab and, from Latam, Eloisa Cadenas, Cointelegraph contributor and co-founder of PXO Token.

About the organizers

The event will be organized by the Meta Venture Fund (MVF), an institution based in New York, USA, which acts as an incubator in web3 by investing in NFT, metaverse, tokenization, dApp and blockchain companies and projects.

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