Community Gears up for Binance Blockchain Week
One of the most popular crypto exchanges, Binance, would be hosting the first Binance Blockchain Week in Singapore from 19th January to 22nd January and the crypto community is very excited for it.
Amongst the attendees are Changpeng Zhao, the Founder, and CEO of Binance Labs, Justin Sun, the Founder and CEO of TRON Foundation, James Radecki, the Global Business Development Head at Cumberland, Michael Arrington, the Founder of TechCrunch, Ella Zhang, the Head of Binance Labs, and Da Hongfei, the Founder of NEO.
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With just five days to go, the community seems pretty excited for the event. After all, it isn’t every day that you see over 2000 attendees for events in the industry. The highlight of the event would be a two-day hackathon, Binance SAFU Hackathon, and the Binance Conference.
The event would bring leading regulators, academics, investors, technologists, and entrepreneurs from the industry together for discussing the existing blockchain ecosystem and for encouraging the industry to go for sustainable growth.
SAFU Hackathon, the event which would be the first of the two events of the Binance Blockchain Week would be a 32-hour round-the-clock marathon. The event would focus on finding solutions to the blockchain challenges which exist the industry. One of the main challenges which the industry is facing right now is the safety of digital assets. It is something that needs immediate attention and hopefully, the event would help find the perfect solution. In case you’re wondering what SAFU stands for, it’s Secured Assets For Users, a name much befitting the aim of the event. The theme of the event is ‘Query Platform for Address Security: Is the transaction address you are sending your crypto to SAFU?’ SAFU would be hosted at PwC Singapore, Marina One East Tower and would feature exceptional panel judges including representatives from PwC, Binance Labs, and Accelerator. The participants would have access to mentorship opportunities from event sponsor teams.
The conference would also be a two-day event and would be held in Marina Bay Sands at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre. More than 70 speakers would be sharing the stage in keynote speeches, panel discussions, networking sessions, and fireside chats.