MarketAcross has been named the Principal Global Marketing Partner of the European Blockchain Conference (EBC), the Old Continent’s most influential blockchain and cryptocurrency gathering.
Held in the heart of Barcelona, the convention welcomes over 2,500 attendees over the three-day event from February 15-17. The 8th edition of the EBC will feature over 200 speakers in various panels, keynotes, workshops and fireside chats on the state of blockchain, crypto, DeFi, NFTs and the Web3. Diverse perspectives for participants to absorb.
With solution-based case studies, top-level content, live demos, and several networking opportunities, the show is not to be missed meeting startups, investors, developers, and companies.
The Tel Aviv-based company will be responsible for marketing and public relations for the European Blockchain Treaty before and after the event. As part of the strategic alliance, MarketAcross will leverage its network of prominent speakers and his KOLs to share their expertise with the audience and attendees.
MarketAcross is a PR and marketing company specializing in Web3, with prominent clients such as Polkadot, Solana, Binance, Polygon, Crypto.com, Huobi and eToro. frim was previously a web3 media partner at his Benzinga’s Future of Crypto conference in New York City. He will also be the official media partner of the 2023 Paris Blockchain Week, which will take place in March.
“Especially this year, we are pleased to join EBC as our main media partner, as our list of speakers showcases many exciting personas and projects. We look forward to joining you and making this year’s event the best yet,” said Itai Elizur, COO and Partner of MarketAcross.
European Blockchain Convention co-founder Victoria Gago added: We are very excited to partner with the MarketAcross team. I am confident that together we can make a big impact in this area. ”
The list of speakers includes some of the top players in the industry, including Bittrex CEO Oliver Linch, Aave founder Stani Kulechov, Solana co-founder Stephen Akridge, and Santander’s head of Crypto Coty de Monteverde. Includes celebrities. As in previous years, the conference will be held on two stages, welcoming a diverse audience of blockchain developers and users, including those involved in DeFi, NFT, Web3 and blockchain gaming.
A key highlight of this year’s edition is the EBC Blockchain Awards, which celebrate the top 100 early-stage startups currently operating in Europe. In the coming weeks, the awards will be handed out following a month of public voting, and he pitches the 10 finalists to a panel of investors during the three-day event.