Crypto Anthem Goes Viral at ETH Denver Opening
ETH Denver’s new band Bob Dylan has dropped the blockchain-inspired protest anthem “Blowin In the Wind.”
The group of five performed the national anthem at the opening of ETH Denver, an event of preeminence in the industry, singing folklore like “I promise not to use a centralized exchange run by these toxic guys.” They sang along with quirky lines and made abusive references to figures like Sam Bankman. Fried and Dogwon.
Despite the tepid response to the song from the convention center crowd, the video quickly racked up over 106,000 views on Twitter, including some pretty hilarious comments and retweets.
This feels like a bottom signal in the same way NFT songs were top signals.
— Aggroed Lighthacker (Splinterlands.com) (@Aggroed001) March 3, 2023
Cryptoslate reports the latest developments from ETH Denver.
Cryptoslate reports the latest news from ETH Denver in real time.
ETH Denver’s official opening will take place on March 3rd, but several parallel events were held across Denver last week, including an interoperability conference, Walletcon, and other events.
So far, the response to the event has been excellent, with some attendees calling it the best cryptocurrency event in years.
Dave Balter of Flipside Crypto told CryptoSlate: It feels different now.
However, reports revealed that some attendees were experiencing connectivity issues with their Wi-Fi/cell signal, resulting in problems connecting to applications or protocols within the booth. .
With top chains, protocols and VCs all taking place this weekend in Denver, the Web3 community-friendly event will feature dozens of demos, workshops and panels showcasing the future of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
Entitled “The Year of the Spork,” this year’s edition was bigger than the Denver Sports Club, choosing a larger venue at the National Western Complex. This is his second longest-running Ethereum conference, and last year he attracted more than 20,000 attendees and his 350+ ancillary events.
This year’s speakers include Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin. Braintrust co-founder and CEO, Adam Jackson. So does Joseph Rubin, founder and CEO of ConsenSys.