In 2022, the Israel Crypto Conference (ICC), the largest event of its kind, will return with a pair of conferences. Following the success of the December 2021 and May 2022 conferences, the Israel Cryptocurrency Conference (ICC) will return to Tel Aviv in September for a web3 developers conference, followed by the main Israel Cryptocurrency Conference in December.
Tel Aviv is the hub of Israel’s thriving blockchain and cryptocurrency industry, home to many of the country’s top venture capital firms and token projects. The Israel Crypto Conference is a showcase for the country’s crypto talent and a chance for like-minded entrepreneurs to connect with investors who can help them realise their visions.
The ICC will host the first conference for web3 developers on September 22. The one-day event will bring together the architects of decentralised protocols, GameFi developers, blockchain engineers, and investors whose efforts are realising the promise of a web3 world.
ICC’s Web 3.0 for Developers Conference will be held at ZOA TLV in Tel Aviv. The 22nd of September will be a full day of panel discussions, case studies, and practical workshops. Web3 communities from Israel and abroad will be in attendance, demonstrating how they effectively utilise the technology.
The Israel Crypto Conference has designed the web3 event to equip developers with the skills necessary to master emerging technologies. The course will cover fundamental concepts such as smart contracts, AI/ML, distributed storage, oracles, and blockchain deployment.
After the developer conference, the main Israel Crypto Conference will return in December. The two-day event will take place in Tel Aviv from December 7-8 and will feature over 1,000 delegates, partners, and industry leaders. Tickets for the event are anticipated to sell out quickly, similar to the 2021 conference. The panels and keynotes scheduled for the 2022 event will address DeFi, NFTs, the metaverse, Algorand, regulation, and banking, among other topics.