- Korea Blockchain Week (KBW) will take place from 4th-9th September, 2023 in Seoul, South Korea.
- Major topics will include artificial intelligence and zero-knowledge technology.
- Organisers expect thousands of attendees, with speakers lined up from across DeFi, NFT and GameFi ecosystems among other sectors.
The highly anticipated Korea Blockchain Week (KBW) is set to return for its 2023 edition this September in Seoul, South Korea.
Organised by Web3 accelerator Factblock and co-hosted by Hashed, the conference will take place from 4th to 9th September 2023. MarketAcross has also been named as the media partner.
Since its launch in 2018, KBW has grown to become one of the most important events on the blockchain calendar. Last year’s edition saw more than 8,700 attendees and 130 speakers, with some of the most influential figures in crypto present – including Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, Binance founder & CEO Changpeng Zhao, and Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal.
AI and zero-knowledge technology to be discussed
This year’s conference is set to be no different, with organisers expecting a huge turnout of crypto and blockchain believers. Speakers will be drawn from across DeFi, NFT, and GameFi, as well as layer 1 and layer 2 projects, and a range of journalists, venture funds, and market participants will also attend.
Topics of discussion will include new trends such as artificial intelligence and zero-knowledge technology. The AI narrative is increasingly important in the industry, with many of the top crypto projects in 2023 being AI-powered. Other key topics include blockchain regulation.