Korea Blockchain Week is an official media partner of MarketAcross.

MarketAcross, the world's top blockchain public relations and marketing firm, has been selected the official global media partner of Korea Blockchain Week, Asia's premier blockchain event (KBW).

After a two-year hiatus owing to the COVID-19, the KBW22 will be held at the InterContinental Grand Seoul Parnas in the heart of Seoul from August 7 to 12. MarketAcross will be in charge of the event's pre- and post-event marketing and public relations, as well as bringing in noteworthy speakers and boosting the event's global profile.

According to Itai Elizur, Managing Partner at MarketAcross,

"The event was always a must-go for us, and one of the most important days of the year. We are truly honored to join our long-time partners Factblok and Hashed in making this the best annual event in Asia."

After a two-year hiatus, the highly anticipated in-person event, produced by FactBlock and co-hosted by Hashed in cooperation with ROK Capital, is returning.

According to Edward Hong, Hashed's Head of Platform,

"Korea Blockchain Week is a festival and a community that is designed to let people learn, connect, and have fun at the heart of Seoul. With our trusted partner MarketAcross, Korea Blockchain Week will shed light on the crypto community once again."

MarketAcross as an official partner, according to Seonik Jeon, founder of Factblock and Korea Blockchain Week, will allow Korea Blockchain Week fulfill its full potential and contribute significant value to the event.

At KBW2022, the world's top crypto evangelists and business executives will present blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, DeFi, NFT, Metaverse, Web3, GameFi, and more. At the KBW in the past, famous speakers included Vitalik Buterin, Adam Back, Sam Bankman-Fried, Michael Novogratz, and Changpeng 'CZ' Zhao.

Parallel to this, the Seoul Metropolitan Government will organize the Seoul FESTA. It will serve as a representative festival of Seoul, bringing together a variety of K-wave materials and allowing visitors to experience all facets of Korean culture in one area.

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