Over the past decade, cryptocurrencies have gained a lot of attention around the world, and Asia was no exception. As a result, the Asian market has emerged as a pivotal player in the digital asset space, with countries such as China, South Korea and Japan leading the way. As more Asian countries adopt blockchain technology and digital currencies, the number of cryptocurrency events and conferences in the region has skyrocketed.
These events have played a key role in fostering collaboration, innovation and knowledge exchange among industry players, investors and enthusiasts. As we head into 2023, Asia will continue to be a hotbed of groundbreaking discussions about the future of blockchain, Web3 and cryptocurrencies.
Token2049 (Singapore, 13-14 September 2023)
TOKEN2049 is Asia’s premier crypto event held annually in Singapore. This flagship event of Asia Crypto Week brings together founders and executives from leading Web3 companies and projects to share their views on the industry. With a focus on global development and a broader view of the ecosystem, TOKEN2049 will create unparalleled networking opportunities for entrepreneurs, investors, developers and global media.
hold September 13-14, 2023, TOKEN2049 transforms Singapore into a vibrant crypto hub by featuring a week of independently curated side events including meetups, workshops, hackathons, networking drinks, parties and F1 races. Attendees can expect an action-packed schedule that encourages learning and collaboration in the rapidly evolving crypto space.
Korea Blockchain Week (September 4-10, 2023, Seoul, South Korea)
Korea Blockchain WeekFounded by FACTBLOCK and co-hosted by Hashed, the event returns to Seoul for the sixth year. This annual event brings together the industry’s brightest minds to discuss, redefine and celebrate the future of finance. Korea Blockchain Week is an exciting event with keynotes from industry heavyweights, panel discussions with renowned experts, and networking opportunities for investors and cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
IMPACT, a two-day conference hosted by FACTBLOCK and Hashed, will take center stage at Korea Blockchain Week. The conference will bring together top industry players and pioneers to discuss artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, DeFi and Web3. Attendees can expect engaging panel discussions, workshops, and world-class networking opportunities at this essential event.
WebX (July 25-26, Tokyo)
WebX, Asia’s largest Web3 conference, is hosted by CoinPost, Japan’s largest cryptocurrency/Web3 media.held at Tokyo International Forum, WebX will bring together key players, startups, corporations, investors, government officials and the media from home and abroad. The two-day global event focuses on introducing decentralized technologies such as blockchain into society and aims to position Japan as his Web3 hub in Asia.
WebX will host side events such as Japan Web3 Night at Tokyo Bay, VVIP Party, VC Night and Asia Web3 Hackathon. Attendees from Web3, Web2 and other industries will come together to discuss the future of blockchain technology and create a world-class conference to accelerate global business collaboration.
IVS 2023 (June 28-30, Kyoto)
IVS Crypto 2023 Kyoto, the premier event for Web3 entrepreneurs, investors, developers, IP holders and enthusiasts, will take place June 28-30 in Kyoto, Japan. Building on the success of IVS, Japan’s largest startup conference since 2007, this year will feature interactive sessions, workshops, and various sub-events such as YGG Japan’s GameFi Pitch Contest and AI x Web3 Hackathon Demo Day.
Additionally, top Web3 players from around the world will appear as speakers, and attendees are looking forward to experiencing HONEYCON, the NFT theme park concept introduced last October. HONEYCON combines Web3, NFT and entertainment elements to target a diverse audience.
Furthermore, “SHAKE! “KYOTO” is a contest specializing in Web3 games that connects game creators and publishers, organized by YGG Japan, the largest Web3 game platform in Japan. Finalists are selected from his Web3 game project submissions and compete for prizes, with top entries being given the opportunity to be matched with publishers, licensors and venture capitalists of his.