The Digital Commonwealth recently hosted a Networking & Panel Launch Event in collaboration with Paris Blockchain Week and SwissBorg, bringing together visionaries, industry leaders and enthusiasts of blockchain and digital assets. The event showcased a dynamic agenda featuring keynote speakers, panel discussions, and networking opportunities, making it an evening to remember.
Event Kickoff and Welcome Address
The event commenced with Jake Lee serving as the emcee, setting the tone for an evening filled with knowledge-sharing and networking. James Bowater, the Founder & CEO of The Digital Commonwealth, delivered a warm welcome address, expressing excitement about the collaboration and the potential for growth in the digital asset space.
Insights from Keynote Speakers
The audience was treated to enlightening keynote speeches from distinguished personalities. Dr. Lisa Cameron MP, Chairperson of Crypto and Digital Assets APPG, shared her perspectives on the evolving landscape of crypto and digital assets. Michael Amar, Co-Founder of Paris Blockchain Week, provided insights into the global blockchain ecosystem.
Two engaging panel discussions took center stage
- The Importance of Education & Engagement In Web3 Communities: Dr. Maxine Room CBE moderated a discussion featuring industry experts, exploring critical aspects of education and engagement in Web3 communities.
- Is 2024 The Year That The Digital Asset Industry Comes Of Age?: Editorial Director Darren Parkin led the discussion on the industry’s future, with insights from Simon Buckingham, Alex Fazel, Will Ralston-Saul, and Chris Waton.
The event concluded with a keynote address from Alex Fazel, Chief Partnership Officer at SwissBorg, followed by the third wave of canapés and an opportunity for attendees to continue their conversations.
The Digital Commonwealth Networking & Panel Launch Event successfully brought together thought leaders, industry experts, and enthusiasts, fostering a collaborative environment for the exchange of ideas. As the night concluded, attendees left with a renewed sense of optimism about the future of the digital asset industry and the potential for collaboration and innovation in the years to come.
The event was undoubtedly a testament to the growing influence of blockchain technology and digital assets, leaving attendees eagerly anticipating future events hosted by The Digital Commonwealth.