The Gateway is officially going global.
nft now has joined forces with Factblock to present The Gateway: Korea as part of the highly anticipated Korea Blockchain Week (KBW). This two-day activation, taking place from September 7-8 in Seoul, promises to captivate attendees with an immersive audiovisual gallery showcasing leading digital artists, while also offering compelling programming that includes fireside chats, keynote speakers, and more.
Request an invite here to join “The Gateway: Korea.”
The Gateway: Korea builds upon the success of last year’s groundbreaking five-day festival during Miami Basel, which attracted 12,000 visitors and featured prominent brand partners such as Christie’s, Instagram (Meta), Porsche, WME, and Art Blocks. Coinciding with Frieze Seoul, The Gateway’s third iteration underscores the growing significance of digital assets in the realm of art history.
Something big is coming to Seoul in September at @kbwofficial 👀@nftnow x @factblock present The Gateway: Korea – an unparalleled web3 experience 🌀🇰🇷— nft now (@nftnow) June 6, 2023
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Bringing the Gateway to life
Hosted by Factblock and co-host Hashed, Korea Blockchain Week enters its sixth year as a premier gathering of visionaries and industry experts, fostering discussions and celebrating the future of blockchain and Web3 technologies. This year’s festivities will span six days and three chapters: Impact, The Gateway, and Seoulbound.
Impact, the keystone conference of KBW, offers a captivating platform for influential figures to delve into the latest developments in blockchain, Web3, gaming, DeFi, NFTs, regulations, and more. With its immersive audiovisual gallery and thought-provoking programming, The Gateway: Korea promises to be a powerful testament to the intersection of art and digital culture. Finally, Micro Seoul Festival: Seoulbound, a two-day dance/electronic and visual art music festival co-hosted by FACTBLOCK, Seoul Land and RXM, will close the week at Seoul Land.
Factblock, known for its dedication to enhancing the integrity of the blockchain industry, acts as a vital bridge into the Korean market, facilitating connections between global businesses and local companies. The company offers a diverse range of services, including business development, advisory, consulting, PR, conferences, and events, enabling its clients to navigate successfully through the complexities of the evolving Web3 landscape.
As the vibrant city of Seoul prepares to host Korea Blockchain Week 2023, attendees can look forward to an unforgettable convergence of art, technology, and visionary thinking. With The Gateway: Korea as a powerful new addition, the event promises to shape the discourse surrounding the future of digital ownership and its intersection with art, music, fashion, and culture, propelling the conversation forward and opening doors to new possibilities.
Interested in learning more or attending The Gateway: Korea? Request an invite here and stay tuned for more details.
Editor’s note: This article was written by an nft now staff member in collaboration with OpenAI’s GPT-4.