NFT NYC Tal
NFT NYC Tal

NFT NYC – A Web 3.0 Power Move

Last week I attended the NFT NYC, The yearly convention of the NFT movement, which Forbes called The Superbowl of the NFT. I was a speaker in a panel on the main stage and in another forum in one of the many satellite events in the city. My topic was Women in Web 3.0: As I see it, existing power structures in our society were reproduced in the Web 3.0 field, which as of now, almost entirely dominated by men. I spoke about opening doors for women in the business of crypto and NFT, since women are too often afraid to promote themselves. I aspire to encourage women to be initiative and, most of all, not be scared to take action. If you don’t know something, don’t hesitate to ask other strong women who will help you get to where you want to be. I offer my help to all women who are struggling to find their way in the Web 3.0 world, and I call other strong women to do the same.

Carnival-Like Atmosphere

In light of the recent talk about the premature demise of the NFTs, one might question the necessity of such a convention. But, as I saw with my own eyes, there were no signs of crisis in this event. In fact, it was a proper display of power: Thousands of Thousands of people came to New York from all over the world to take part in the convention, which took place in no less than Times Square. Over 1,500 speakers participated in one of the many forums, panels, and satellite events that took place on the days of the convention. I myself participated in a panel regarding women in web 3.0, but there were panels about just about anything that you can think regarding NFT, from ethnic diversity, art, cryptocurrencies, the metaverse, and many more.

NFT NYC doodles
NFT NYC doodles

Unlike last year, this year, I have noticed that there are fewer NFT posters on billboards. I guess that despite the massive billboards being a strong power display, they ultimately cost more than they make.

However, make no mistake, there was electricity in the air. Apart from the main event, there were countless community-based sessions and gatherings in any shape or form. Many projects created holder gatherings: Some gatherings were Intimate small encounters, and some were project-themed parties. Either way, every detail was beautifully designed and was made with much consideration.

NFT NYC Tal Speaking
NFT NYC Tal Speaking

The Projects That Gave The Audience Great Move

One example of a fun project gathering that I attended was Coolman’s Universe, a project that displays a colorful world and games. Visitors could come and play the game, get branded tokens and enjoy a project-themed experience. Another example is the successful and famous Doodle project that minted 4,000 special edition boxes that will give buyers special bonuses later on (Of course, I had to buy one). World of Women had an event with none other than Madonna, and Goblins Town had a party with DJ Steve Aoki. Not to mention the Ape Fest, which hosted shows by Haim, The Roots, Future, and even Eminem and Snoop Dogg, who together made a special song that is entirely Aped-themed.

 

The NFT NYC was an excellent opportunity to meet people from the industry, a chance to see and be seen, a chance to hear and learn about the biggest trends in the field, and more. It was a learning experience since we all are constant students in this world. And most important? IRL gatherings are really super fun.

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