MixMarve will attend CoinDesk Takes Consensus 2020 Virtual

On March 13, world-renowned blockchain media CoinDesk which is the organizer of the Consensus and Blockchain Week NYC, published an announcement on the official website. With the COVID-19 pandemic worsening throughout the world, the Consensus 2020 initially scheduled for May this year will now be a completely virtual experience, where attendees from all over the world can participate online at no charge. CoinDesk is working with best-in-class platform providers to support this effort and is committed to bringing the entire crypto community together with high-quality content.

Picture Source: https://downloads.coindesk.com/events/2020/consensus/consensus-2020-fast-facts.pdf

About Consensus:

Consensus is the annual gathering of the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology world. Since 2015, Consensus has attracted every major company, developer, founder, regulator, investor, government official, and more, to engage in an annual discussion about the future of the industry. Consensus is designed to be a big tent for the industry: it convenes industry participants ranging from enterprise consortia to cypherpunks. This convening power breaks down the barriers that separate companies in the industry and allows everyone working on the technology to spend three days learning from their peers. Previous speakers reflect the richness and diversity of the Consensus crowd, ranging from titans of Wall Street and rulers of the Fortune 500 to pioneering cryptographers and the core developers who power the world’s most valuable cryptocurrencies.

“Consensus is a unique event that will help drive the conversation and industry forward.”

Debby Hopkins

Former Chief Innovation Officer, Citi and CEO, Citi Ventures

Picture Source: https://downloads.coindesk.com/events/2020/consensus/consensus-2020-fast-facts.pdf

In addition to consensus, many project parties will also hold a series of events during Blockchain Week NYC, which enriches the entire conference. In 2019 Blockchain Week NYC boasted more than 40 events and brought together more than 6,000 community members to pioneer the future of this emerging technology. This week-long experience generated $14.8 million of economic impact and supported 3,100 jobs.

Picture Source: https://downloads.coindesk.com/events/2020/consensus/consensus-2020-fast-facts.pdf

CoinDesk Takes Consensus 2020 Virtual

From May 11th to 13th, 2020, the Consensus 2020 was initially scheduled to be held in New York, with a strong lineup of conference sponsors and speakers. It is reported that more than 60 speakers confirmed in the lineup, including Kevin Werbach from the Wharton School, the influential economist Carlota Perez and Chris Burnishke from Placeholder. 90+ companies have already signed on to sponsor the event, including 10 for the fifth consecutive year.

This year, Consensus 2020 will now be a completely virtual experience, combined the dual advantages of online and offline, to convey this annual event in the cryptocurrency field to global users. At the same time, Coindesk also expressed that consensus will be back next year better than ever, and the organizer is looking forward to bringing the audience the complete, in-person Consensus experience in 2021.

MixMarvel will also attend the Consensus 2020 Virtual Conference and discuss the development status and prospects of blockchain games with practitioners in the global blockchain ecosystem.

This consensus 2020 is an opportunity for MixMarvel to communicate with outstanding practitioners in the world’s blockchain, and it is a further exploration of MixMarvel’s global market development strategy. In the future, MixMarvel will further deepen the comprehensive development layout and frequently play an active role in the international arena, aiming to build a world-leading blockchain game publishing platform for global users.

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