Futurist speakers to help decode Crypto, Blockchain, Metaverse, Web 3.0 and NFTs

Since the UK announced plans earlier this year to recognise stablecoins as a valid form of payment, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the future of the internet will affect everyone, not just tech bros and/or gaming culture. We need to examine how crypto, blockchain, metaverse, web 3.0 and NFTs will impact society as a whole, and what this means for the future of business, money, culture and governance.

How can companies navigate disruption and apply these exponential technologies to create new economic opportunities? What are the benefits/risks associated with using them? Is digital transformation a prerequisite for success in this day and age?

Here are a few suggestions of keynote speakers who can help demystify the jargon and open up discussion amongst colleagues about what this emerging tech landscape really means.

More information on Lavinia D. Osbourne as a Keynote Speaker on Technology

Lavinia D. Osbourne

Technology speaker Lavinia Osbourne is the founder of ‘Women in Blockchain Talks’, a platform promoting women within the blockchain space, and the upcoming female-centric NFT marketplace ‘Crypto Kweens’. An advocate for gender equality within the blockchain ecosystem, she strives to educate women on how these technologies work and explores new ways of getting involved. She is passionate about decreasing the gender gap, and her goal is to get 50,000 women participating in blockchain by 2023.

View Lavinia D. Osbourne‘s speaker profile here.
More information on Jeremy Dalton as a Keynote Speaker on Technology.

Jeremy Dalton

As PwC’s Head of Metaverse Technologies, Jeremy is the perfect speaker to discuss the significance of immersive technologies. During his keynotes, he draws from his experience advising companies about the business value of implementing such technologies and developing effective strategies to do so. His book ‘Reality Check: How Immersive Technologies Can Transform Your Business’, is an accessible guide into the different categories of immersive technology – virtual reality, augmented reality and assisted reality.

View Jeremy Dalton‘s speaker profile here.

More information on Rohit Talwar as a Futurist Speaker.

Rohit Talwar

Rohit is the CEO of Fast Future, a think tank publishing research-based insight on future trends, such as AI, robotics and exponential technologies. As a futurist speaker, he can share his thoughts on the crypto economy, highlighting the key risks associated with cryptocurrency, the limitations of government issued fiat currencies and its potential to transform financial markets.

View Rohit Talwar‘s speaker profile here.

Anthony Day

Former Blockchain Partner at IBM, Anthony is an ideal keynote speaker to inform organisations about the benefits of using blockchain technology. He has a deep understanding of how companies can capitalise on new opportunities they present, and how decentralisation can help corporations achieve sustainability goals. I recommend listening to his podcast ‘Blockchain Won’t Save The World’, as he gives straightforward explanations about how blockchain is being used globally.

Cathy Hackl

Web3 & metaverse strategist, Cathy explores how the metaverse will shape the future of marketing. Both her book ‘Navigating the Metaverse: A Guide to Limitless Possibilities in a Web 3.0 World’ and her podcast ‘Adweek’s Metaverse Marketing’ address how the metaverse will transform online consumer culture by producing new models of commerce. As a futurist speaker, she shares tips on how brands can take advantage of the metaverse, and can also explain the nuances between Web3 & the metaverse.

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