NFT Paris, the largest European event focused on non-fungible tokens, is set to take place on February 24 and 25 at the Grand Palais Éphémère in Paris. With up to 10,000 NFT enthusiasts, Web3 leaders, and pioneering brands from around Europe and the world expected to attend, this conference promises to be a significant event for anyone interested in the cultural revolution associated with NFTs.
The founders of NFT Paris, Côme Prost-Boucle and Alexandre Tsydenkov, chose the Grand Palais as the venue for their event, as it is located in the Champs de Mars at the foot of the Eiffel Tower and is considered to be the cultural and artistic epicenter of Paris, dating back to the 1900s. The conference aims to focus on the impact of NFTs on culture and art, making the Grand Palais an ideal location for such discussions.
One of the highlights of NFT Paris will be the talks given by some of the biggest names in Web3. The speaker lineup includes Greg Solano from Yuga Labs, Julian Holguin from Doodles, Eric Calderon from Art Blocks, Jonathan Perkins from SuperRare, Inna Modja from World of Women, and FrankDegods from DeGods, among others. These speakers will share their insights into the latest trends, developments, and challenges in the world of NFTs.
In addition to the talks, attendees will have the opportunity to experience creative and immersive NFT works. A piece by the renowned American visual artist Tom Sachs will be exhibited at the event, and attendees can also mint their own NFTs at the conference. Alongside the main event, there will be various Web3-focused events, such as an official Afterparty hosted by Unpaired, a Boat Party hosted by y00ts, DeGods, and Pudgy Penguins, a Generative Art Summit hosted by Ledger and Art Blocks, and a Future Fashion Summit hosted by Hollywood Labs, redDAO, Ledger, and Tezos and Purple.
NFT Paris is sponsored by several leading brands in the Web3 space, including Ledger, Unstoppable Domains, MakersPlace, and Cyber Brokers. The event has also garnered support from media companies such as NFT Now, Rug Radio, Bazaar, Le Parisien, Capital Magazine, and others. The price of admission for both days is 390 euros.
NFT Paris is just one of the many Web3-focused conferences and events happening around the world. The conference promises to be a big deal for Web3 enthusiasts in Europe and France, but it is not the only event of its kind. Earlier this year, Oxford University hosted its annual Oxford Blockchain, Art & Technology Conference, which focused on the aesthetic, social, and anthropological perspectives of NFTs. The NFT Biennial took place at the Zorlu PSM in Istanbul and aimed to merge the art world and the digital world together. Finally, Dubai hosted the TMRW Dubai 2023 conference, which featured over 80 speakers working in various Web3 fields, including NFTs, crypto, and the metaverse.
As the popularity of Web3 grows, more people are seeking out events where they can learn about nascent technologies like NFTs, crypto, and the metaverse. NFT Paris is sure to be a success, considering the quality of the speakers and the number of Web3 brands involved. Whether you’re an NFT enthusiast or just curious about Web3 technologies, NFT Paris is an event you won’t want to miss.