Member Exclusive Event

Crypto, Metaverses, and the Future of Business

Interest in the crypto economy and metaverses is growing at a rapid pace, with over 350 million individual crypto users around the world, tens of thousands of firms accepting crypto, and hundreds of millions already using metaverses in the gaming world. When Facebook announced that it was rebranding to Meta as a statement of its intent to make its metaverse the new internet and help it become the biggest company in the world. 
 
Businesses of every size are starting to explore the opportunities and experiment with how they can use these developments to enhance the customer experience and grow revenues. 
This highly practical and interactive session will provide an introduction, explaining what cryptos and the metaverse are and show how businesses across multiple sectors are already using them. Rohit and Kapil will then highlight examples of the opportunities that are emerging and provide practical guidance on how to develop a deeper understanding of how to get started, define your initial goals, and then get started with some experiments. 

 

Please note  This event is available to members only - If you are not a member, you can join here.

 

 

Speakers

Kapil Gupta

Kapil Gupta

Founder & Director, Nibana

Rohit Talwar

Rohit Talwar

CEO, Fast Future

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