DCENTRAL is the largest web3 conference in the United States, held regularly in Miami, Florida. The inaugural Japanese version of the event, DCENTRAL Tokyo, was held at Shibuya Stream in Shibuya over September 19th and 20th.
Developers, entrepreneurs, and community leaders of Web3 industry arrived from all over the world to attend keynote speeches and panel discussions, as well as NFT art exhibitions and networking. The aim is to become a "bridge between Japan and the world" in the Web3 industry. Blackbox serves as the official media partner of the two-day event.
During the conference we had the following experiences:
DCENTRAL Global is the world's largest community-based multi-chain cryptocurrency and Web3 event facilitator, focusing on DeFi, NFTs, GameFi, metaverse, and DAO.
Known for its popular conferences bearing its name, DCENTRAL brings together Web3 enthusiasts, industry leaders, artists, creators, operators, builders, and investors several times a year. DCENTRAL prioritizes education, inclusivity, future-oriented collaboration, networking, and programming, aiming to empower participants with the ability to better rebuild and reimagine crypto culture.
At the entrance to the event there were more than 10 NFT (Non-Fungible Token) art exhibitions, showcasing various styles and themes.
NFT art gained lots of attention in recent years as a way to prove unique ownership using blockchain technology. Its use in the digital art space probably attracted the most attention, with some artworks exchanging virtual hands for millions of dollars.
Five artists also created art live before an audience, using both digital and traditional media.
Over the course of the event over 50 sessions were held, bringing together leaders, developers, entrepreneurs, and community leaders in the Web3 industry to deeply discuss the future development and direction of Web3 from a global perspective.
These sessions covered various topics essential to building the Web3 ecosystem, such as emerging technology trends, innovations, decentralized applications (DApps), cryptocurrencies, and decentralized finance (DeFi).