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Crypto and blockchain enthusiasts have finally met in person in Dubai after years of lockdowns for weeks of events. IoTeX members were there for several days of comprehensive speaking, meeting, networking, and exhibiting this MachineFi-focused and its visions.
Several of those IoTeX associates saw each other for the first time – physically.
At the outset of the Dubai government’s decision to provide digital asset licenses as part of an effort to be the worldwide crypto hub, numerous cryptocurrency companies immediately jumped into the city to launch stores.
The most recent crypto exchange to change its base to Dubai is Bybit, which moved from Singapore, joining Binance, Crypto.com, and FTX.
Dubai lawmakers have drawn cryptocurrency projects with its “open mindset and a business-friendly attitude,” said Binance CEO and founder Changpeng Zhao, according to the Financial Times.
Initiated on March 16, the crypto events in Dubai attracted many people from all over the world. First, the Crypto Expo Dubai happened on March 16 and 17, then the World of Web3 Summit. Afterward, the AIBC Summit, the WBS, Binance Blockchain Week (BBW), and ETHDubia took place. On top of that, the Finance Today Summit happened on March 23.
IoTeX engaged in the AIBC Summit, WBS, BBW, and then ETH Dubai. The whole team showed dynamic work on the events and networking meetups.
The company’s Co-Founder and CEO, Raullen Chai, is a special guest at the BBW alongside many panelists. He talked about the ins and outs of getting into blockchain as a technologist. Chai also met the Co-Founder and CEO of Ethereum and Cardano Charles Hoskinson backstage.
Some of the notable IoTeX team members that interacted with one another during the AIBC were Dr. Jane Thomason and Dr. Miroslav Polzer – both are respected academics and international speakers and authors who promote blockchain for social impact and climate control.
IoTeX was also invited to the United Nations MENA Climate Conference 2022. Several individuals found out the significance of Pebble Tracker – its sensors can attract verifiable and trusted information to the blockchain and aid in backing firms’ statements that they are minimizing carbon emissions.