The Crypto Gibraltar 2022 festival will take place from September 22 – 24. It was the first major crypto event following the pandemic and delivered a fantastic combination of informative discussions, productive networking and afterparties.
The distributed festival takes place at the Ocean Village in Gibraltar, a premier location to host attendees, sponsors and all visitors wishing to learn more about the future of crypto.
Crypto Gibraltar 2022 is an invitation-only crypto festival taking place from 22nd to 24th September. The organiser have built their very own Crypto Village. The conference will take place over two days and host 1,000 crypto enthusiasts from both the institutional and retail crypto markets.
There will be educational presentations, debates and insights featuring some of the most respected voices in the industry. Furthermore, there will also be concerts, parties and networking that will help reinforce existing relationships. A strong networking element is important to the conference organisers where introductions are made and partnerships are forged.
The conference agenda is set and the discussions will address the current state of crypto. Topics include: building a financial system for the future, CeFi/DeFi, Crypto Fund, Building Innovation, Web3 Gaming and more.
Gibraltar established as a hub for Cryptocurrency
Gibraltar is now firmly established as one of the leading crypto centres in the world.
From implementing the world’s first DLT regulatory framework in 2017 through issuing the first full crypto banking license, Gibraltar has consistently been at the vanguard of the crypto movement. The region has also recently introduced new principles to protect against market manipulation.
It is now home to some of the biggest crypto organisations in the world and ranks as the number one jurisdiction in Europe for crypto funds. FTX, Huobi and Bullish are just some of the largest names in the crypto industry that have established a presence in Gibraltar.
For more information visit the official Crypto Gibraltar site.