MetaVentures’ unique event will be hitting Thailand for a second time. The exclusive event opens the door to business and investment opportunities targeting a broad international audience.

Investments, blockchain, the Metaverse and NFTs, biotech, DeFi, DAO, digital art, mining, payment systems and digital asset regulation are a few topics up for discussion at the summit.

Business and investment is a key focus, bringing together international business leaders, government representatives, investors and developers. The most interesting investment opportunities and innovations in the world will be discussed, as well as how Metaverse and Web3 developments are changing the world. The event will touch on the creation of DAOs, talk about how the economy is changing with the DeFi sector and how fintech is helping make investment more accessible.

An organized NFT exhibition will allow guests to experience the best of digital art and popular collections. A startup competition will take place, where participants will present their projects from the main stage and fashion designers will show their collections in the Metaworld. A charity auction will be organized together with foundations to sell children’s works of digital art.

MetaVentures is an experience that allows all participants to make fruitful networking connections and meet top thought leaders, entrepreneurs and investors. Set in a unique location, the afterparty and its relaxing atmosphere is sure to leave a lasting impression, while a VIP dinner will be organized for VIP guests, speakers and influencers.

The previous summit was attended by high-level tech leaders such as Nick Spanos, Alevtina Yakovenko, Davinci Jeremie, Monsak Socharoentum, Felix Mago, Ratanon Palanon. The event was opened by Vice Governor Pithet Panapong.

MetaVentures’ strong business contacts combined with its rich program allow it to bring together crypto and blockchain enthusiasts and professionals from around the world in beautiful Thailand.

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