Whether you love it, hate it or barely understand it, you can’t escape the wild world of blockchain. It’s one of the buzziest technologies going due to both its potential and its volatility. Will it fulfill its promise to democratize financial transactions and access, or will its risky nature stymie its move to the mainstream?
We’ll dig into these questions — and plenty more — at TechCrunch Sessions: Crypto, which takes place on November 17 in Miami, Florida. This is our first dedicated foray into the cryptoverse, and we can’t wait to hear from some of the leading movers, shakers and risk-takers in web3, DeFi and NFTs.
Whether you’re a whale, a degen or a new ape (or someone who’s interested, but has no idea what those terms mean), you’ll find information and opportunity at TC Sessions: Crypto. As with every TechCrunch conference, you’ll enjoy in-depth interviews and interactive panel discussions with the founders, developers and investors building and driving the sector.
Take advantage of our special launch pricing
- We have a limited number of general admission passes available. Buy yours now — before they sell out — and you’ll save $250.
- Amp up your exposure to the blockchain community and demo your crypto-related tech. We have just 10 special launch-priced Startup Exhibitor Packages available. Buy one before they’re gone, and you’ll save $200.
You’ll have plenty of time to network, and our event app takes the pain out of finding the right people — the folks with compatible business goals. Based on information you provide when you register, the app searches the attendee list and makes recommendations. You can send invites to schedule 1:1 meetings as you wish. Meet the perfect co-founder, or find a dev with mad skills or pitch investors. It’s a quick, easy and efficient way to mine for opportunities.
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We’re just getting started building out an awesome agenda, and we’ll announce specific speakers, topics and related news in the coming weeks. Sign up for updates to keep your fingers on the pulse of our first crypto conference and other TC events.
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