April 14, 2023
By Sharan Kaur Phillora
NFT.NYC is kicked off on Wednesday for the second time in less than ten months, and it’s becoming evident that collectors, and even the builders, are experiencing some event fatigue.
Here’s what we know:
NFT NYC is an annual conference and festival dedicated to NFTs and blockchain technology. Significantly, the event features industry leaders, artists, collectors, and enthusiasts who gather to share their experiences, insights, and visions for the future of NFTs. It also provides a platform for networking, collaboration, and learning about the latest developments in the NFT space.
CyberKongz and Yuga Labs, are in the thick of delivering new products to their communities, are just a few noteworthy names not hosting their events at The Big Apple. With both typically having a presence at the major NFT events, one can speculate if the sheer pace of events has them considering just how important it is to be at them all.
NFT thought leaders, including Eddie Satterly from OneOf, Sebastian Oddo from Mastercard, Jenn LaRocco from SMX Media, Yat Siu from Animoca, and even CryptoSlam and Forkast.News is expected to make a first appearance.
But that’s not all! There are also some community events at NFT.NYC 2023. The exclusive NFT NYC PROOF x Beeple event will be filled with a live performance from Beeple, music, and a sneak peek at the Diamond Nest Trailer. It promises to be an exceptional experience!
Watch out for 9dcc’s Treasure Hunt and the exhibition and charity event by Orange Comet and Joe Whale, also known as The Doodle Boy.
About the author
Sharan Kaur Phillora’s thirst for knowledge has led her to study many different subjects, including NFTs and Blockchain technology – two emerging technologies that will change how we interact with each other in the future. When she isn’t exploring a new idea or concept, she enjoys reading literary masterpieces.