Showcasing the hottest DeFi projects and most significant tech breakthroughs in the works, Cudos will sponsor this year’s DeFi Live on November 10th and 11th.
Organised by Zebu, the event spans two days with over 700 attendees, 100 speakers, and a 2000 global audience.
A virtual conference ensues on the 10th of November, followed by an in-person event at the Kensington Conference & Event Centre in London, finishing with an after-party at a members club, the Arboretum.
DeFi Live is said to host some of the finest thought leaders in DeFi, the most prestigious projects in the space, loyal fans and a wealth of investors. Cudos will be joining the event, represented by none other than CEO and founder Matt Hawkins.
Matt Hawkins will have the honour of delivering a keynote speech on Powering The Metaverse at 3:20 pm in the Great Hall of the Kensington Conference & Event Centre in London.
Next, there will be a wealth of other talks, presentations and mentorships sessions in the DeFi space, including but not limited to: The Future of NFT’s, The Renaissance of Money in DeFi and How DeFi can Make the Leap to Institutions.
Other insightful sessions will include a series of panel discussions, starting with one at 10:25 am, featuring panel guests from Bitcoin Pioneers, The Bigger Pie, Coinscrum, and Net Zero Capital. Later, panel discussions will continue, with featured guests from the likes of Cudos partner Ben Carvill from API3 DAO. To listen to the Cudos podcast with API3’s Ben Carvill, click here.
Amongst the guests will be Cudos, delighted and honoured to be event partners of the two-day gathering in London’s Kensington Conference & Event Centre. When prompted, the CEO and founder of Cudos Matt Hawkins had this to say:
“As far as inaugural events go, DeFi Live has to be one of the most hotly anticipated events of 2021, and we are champing at the bit to conversate with 1000’s of like-minded innovators, investors and enthusiasts. Don’t let the name fool you. This event will span the crypto sphere with NFTs and Metaverse also taking centre stage.”