Zug, Switzerland Presented by Crypto Valley
Thanks to its business-friendly regulatory framework, deep talent pool and sophisticated infrastructure, Crypto Valley which is representing Switzerland’s ecosystem, is quickly becoming a global partner and player, in which emerging cryptographic, blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies and businesses can thrive in a safe, supportive, and vibrant environment. It has already attracted dozens of leading cryptographic companies and organizations, including Ethereum, Monetas, Bitcoin Suisse, Xapo, ShapeShift, ConsenSys, and Tezos. The Crypto Valley Association has been set up to foster the growth of this ecosystem. We drive innovation through collaboration and partnerships with entrepreneurs, startups, investors, corporates, educational institutions, service providers, and government bodies.
The conference held annually had attendance primarily from Europe. The speakers provided their thoughtful insights into the crypto ecosystem that is maturing at an accelerated pace despite the road bumps that provide a reality check just when we think we are clear. The elephant in the room was the regulator. In all the vibe was energetic and workshops related to gaming were overflowing. “Play to Earn, NFTs, and the Metaverse” the buzz words floated all the way to the boat party, which concluded with an after party viewing of a NFT gallery.
The two days ignited new ideas, new partnerships, and the inevitability of new roadmaps. New roadmaps mean new stopovers to gather more knowledge and expedience, leading the adherent to the promise land of WEB3. We at Sync have been patiently observing the trends, the blowups, and the successes. We have identified after many starts and stops of our own that WEB3 is coming into focus as the destination. The infrastructure and applications that must be built are still in ideation because the various bets taken by venture capitalists have imploded humbling even the inner-circles of Crypto Valley. As we look towards 2023, MiCa regulation slated to arrive early 2023 will provide a new compendium.