ME! Entertainment Founder And Batman Producer Among Keynote Speakers At Philippine Blockchain Week

Blockchain takes center stage from November 28 to December 4 with the biggest names in technology scheduled to speak at the first ever Philippine Blockchain Week (PBW) in Manila. Larry Namer, co-founder of E! Entertainment and David Uslan, producer of Batman and co-founder of IP3, are among Web3’s elite list of speakers sharing ideas at the Marriott Grand Ballroom at Newport World Resorts Manila.

He said:

“We look forward to the insights and knowledge we can learn from these Web3 experts. The Philippines is predominantly Web2. Outside the country, they are already on Web3. This is a great opportunity to learn as we transition to blockchain technology.”

PBW seeks to highlight the advantages of the technology and its inclusion among Filipinos while also highlighting the Philippines as the blockchain capital of Asia.

Other speakers at the nine-day event include:

  • Sergej Kunz — founder of 1 inch
  • Ian Utile — co-founder and co-producer of NFT NYC
  • Justin Sun – founder of Tron Dao
  • Erik Lapaglia — co-founder of Miami NFT Week
  • Chris Nook, CEO of The Web Show
  • Dipayan Dutta — Zeneca, founder of ZEN Academy
  • Jason Brink, founder of Gala Games
  • Sandra H. — commercial director and co-founder of Metapolis
  • Anthony Francisco – executive creative director of Dolphin Entertainment
  • Aalia Lanius, President of Unsugarcoated Media
  • Vilma Matilla — founder of Sire
  • Lito Villanueva, Executive Vice President of RCBC and President of the FinTech Alliance
  • Ida Tiongson — Chair of PruLife UK and Trustee of the FinTech Alliance
  • Wei Zhou, CEO of Coins.PH
  • Tryke Gutierrez, CEO and Co-Founder of Tier One Entertainment
  • Jeff Hunter – co-founder of Food Fighters Universe
  • Henry Aguda, Senior Executive Vice President of Union Bank
  • Daniel Robins, CEO of IBH Media
  • Kate Hancock, CEO of Metaverse XYZ
  • Oscar Tan-Abing, Jr. — CEO of Anotoys Collective
  • Jay Ha, co-founder of IP3

The conferences will be hosted by Sonya Mulkeet, co-founder of Project Nightfall Organization, and Belik Yonatan, content creator of It’s Me Dad.

lim said:

“The Philippines has the promise of becoming the blockchain capital of Asia. To achieve this, we need to learn more about the technology and see it in action. This is the goal of PBW. We want more Filipinos to educate themselves about blockchain and experience how it can improve their lives.”

In addition to the talks, PBW will also hold game expos and an NFT exhibit. The first Philippine Block Awards will be held to honor the men and women behind the country’s blockchain ecosystem.






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