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TOKEN2049 coming to London

On Nov. 9, Fintech Nexus partner TOKEN2049 will be in London after a similar and successful October event broke records in Singapore.

As one of the rise-and-coming major crypto hubs, Singapore hosted a diverse crowd of crypto lovers, with over 7,000 attendees and 2,000 companies represented. TOKEN2049 said it was the most significant event in crypto.

The next TOKEN2049 event will be held at Magazine London.

Coming back to London

Previously held in Hong Kong and London in 2019 before the pandemic, TOKEN2049 attracted hundreds of attendees and speakers like eth founder Vitalik Buterin.

The conference returns to London this year, advertising 3,000-plus attendees and 150 speakers.Magazine London: First Look Inside London's Major New Venue | The London  Resident

Founder Raphael Stauch said the energy in the lead-up is palpable. The event recently announced an industry advertiser list of 200, set to grow leading up to the event.

“The numbers don’t lie, and this overwhelming interest and energy only bode well for the industry,” Staunch said. “I’m thrilled to see the conversations and solutions emerging from Singapore this September.”

TOKEN2049 draws the most influential figures, projects, and companies, spawning dozens of meetups, workshops, hackathons, and networking opportunities around the two-day main event.

Located in the heart of Greenwich Peninsula, with breathtaking views of Canary Wharf, Magazine London is set to be transformed into a vibrant landscape for industry veterans and crypto enthusiasts from all over the world.

TOKEN2049 promises to unite the global crypto industry, uniting entrepreneurs, investors, developers, industry insiders, and international media — and create unparalleled networking opportunities.


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