Decoded, a global convention for Polkadot (DOT) enthusiasts, begins June 29 in four cities
- Web3 Foundation and Parity to hold in-person decoded events in four cities
- Special NFT for all visitors
The biggest event in 2022 for the global Polkadot (DOT) community will go live on June 29-30; Organizers share agenda with 100+ speakers and thousands of attendees.
Web3 Foundation and Parity to hold in-person decoded events in four cities
According to the Polkadot founders of the Web3 Foundation and Parity Technologies, Decoded, one of the biggest conferences in crypto, is set to go live on June 29.
The biggest convention on all things Polkadot is back on June 29-30. this year @PolkadotDecoded Featuring 100+ talks, demos and workshops from blockchain pioneers and leading builders in the ecosystem.
Register now, location-based invites are limited https://t.co/Y6k8JlPqGa pic.twitter.com/5TWekPVXhn— Polkadot (@Polkadot) June 20, 2022
Individual events will be held in four major global blockchain centers: Berlin, New York, Buenos Aires and Hangzhou. Side events will also take place in Seoul, Valencia, Mexico City, etc.
Polkadot founder Dr. Gavin Wood will speak to participants in both New York and Buenos Aires. Events on the New York scene will be dedicated to Polkadot’s first parachain, Moonbeam. The teams from Menta Networks, Parallel Finance, Akala, and Equilibrium will team up with Parity’s Shawn Tabrizi to demonstrate the disruptive power of Polkadot’s XCM protocol.
The events in Berlin will focus on real-world adoption of the Polkadot and Kusama devices; The Centrifuge, Subquery, Estar and Robonomics teams will discuss this topic.
Special NFT for all visitors
The Chinese side of the agenda will see Liteentry, Fala Network, Gear Tech and Open Square speaking on the first day, while Seuss Cloud, Bifrost and Polkaworld speeches are scheduled for June 30, 2022.
To celebrate the launch of this important conference, the Polkadot team is going to issue 50,000 special NFTs. These digital collectibles will be distributed free of charge among all in-person attendees.
Bertrand Perez, CEO of the Web3 Foundation, highlighted the community-driven character of the conference and its worldwide side events:
We value our supporters around the world and encourage local Polkadot communities in all countries to organize their own events. These events may include social gatherings, panels and networking events. Or you might consider hosting an event to allow people to gather together to watch live streamed talks. With such a vast amount of conversations covering every aspect of the Polkadot and Kusama ecosystems – and with their many related ParaChain teams – there really is something for everyone.
Previous Decoded conferences made headlines in 2020-2021 thanks to important announcements and major technical design demonstrations.