Independent members of the association Ethereumthe second largest cryptocurrency importance in the world and market capitalization from 11 to 20 March Ethereum.Rioan international conference for developers, students, thinkers and startups to advance the network ecosystem.
The event, which will take place at the Bihar Museum in Rio de Janeiro, will present Brazilian projects to foreign entrepreneurs and will focus on solving the city’s problems.
The event will be used as a platform to engage developers and discuss the development, innovation, and future of Ethereum community members. Web 3.0decentralized finance (DeFi), – governance of DAOsESG, metaversedigital art on non-consumable tokens (NFTs), The Brazilian and Latin American ecosystem and the scalability of Ethereum.
The goal of Ethereum.Rio is to promote a regional site, an environment where members of working communities come together. block chain Latin American.
The meeting aims to create a connection, collaboration and development of the ecosystem of Rio de Janeiro and Brazil.
Ethereum.Rio will be the gateway to projects that want to build communities in Latin America, providing a pleasant environment for foreign entrepreneurs to meet and connect with their users to come up with effective strategies for building communities.
Ethereum.Rio aims to be the first of several annual events aimed at positioning Rio de Janeiro as a blockchain site in Latin America, creating connections and discussions that can generate business and generate proposals to attract Riora talent and Web 3.0 financial resources. .
The positive impact of the event will be developed with a seminar dedicated to educational content, in Portuguese, aimed at beginners.
All bootcamps and hackathons will have 50% of the seats for students and fellows who cannot afford tuition fees, and subject matter. hackaton How to use the blockchain to solve the problems of the city of Rio de Janeiro.
The event will take place at the Museum of Tomorrow in Rio de Janeiro and has a ten-day program, including the first exhibition of “Digital Art NFTs”.
In a bootcamp, Web 2.0 developers will learn the basics of Web 3.0 and apply their skills in blockchain technology. Eighty selected students will be mentors worldwide; 50% of these students will be selected from low-income groups.
The panels and workshops will take place from March 14 to 16, with a two-day international program, in English, and one day, aimed at bringing blockchain content available to the local community, in Portuguese.
On the Launchpad, March 12th and 13th is the reverse of a regular “startup pitching day” in which startups present their ideas. In this case, representatives of investors and networks with the resources to collaborate on projects will have the opportunity to present proposals to add value to the selected entrepreneurs.
For the Hackathon, which will take place from March 18 to 20, Ethereum Rio is looking for people interested in computer science, UX / UI, economics and marketing who want to participate in Web3 / blockchain projects and have a positive social impact.
The hackathon is sponsored by Rio de Janeiro City Council and will combine Web3 hackers / builders with local Carioca community projects to build decentralized and transparent infrastructures related to “NFT solutions to support public works”, “social tokens / municipalities in the chain”. and “Community / Municipal DAOs”.
Registration is free, and those interested can register individually or with a group of up to four people.
General Event Confirmed Speakers
- Alex Van de Sande (ENS domains)
- Camila Russo (Defiant)
- Julien Bouteloup (Stake.Capital and Rekt.News)
- Solange Gueiros (Chainlink Labs)
- Taynah Reis (Coin Seeds)
- Luiz Hadad (Kambiatus)
- Victor Caribé (Play 4 Change)
- Cristobal Pereira (LatamTech Finance / Blockchain Academy Chile)
- Rodolfo Andragnes (LaBitconf)
- Robson Silva (Pods)
- Emilia Malgueiro (Crypto Lawyer)
- Thiago Padovan (Movements)
- Jeff Prestes (PUC-SP)
- David Tarditi (Certik)
- Gladstone Arantes (BNDES)
- Luis Lozada (MakerDAO)
- Marco Munoz (Blockdemy)
- André Salem (Blockforce)
- Martin Volpe (CELO)
- Nate Hindman (Bancor)
- Carlos Acevedo (Ausarta)
- Kathleen Evers (Sandbox)
- Antonela Debiasi (Metamask)
The speakers confirmed it on Open Day
- Camila Rioja (CELO)
- Luis Adaime (GOROLDIA)
- Emilia Malgueiro
Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes was confirmed for the closing date of the event.
|Event||Data||Place||Price||Tickets / Registration||Audience|
|bootcamp||3/11 – 3/13||TBD||Free
|registration here||Young developers who want to learn how to develop in Ethereum|
|launchpad||3/12 and 3/13||TBD||Free
|registration here||Startups that use blockchain|
|Main event||3/14 and 3/15||Museum of Tomorrow||$ 90
|tickets here||Technicians familiar with Ethereum|
|open day||3/16||Museum of Tomorrow||50 BRL||tickets here||Brazilians with little knowledge of Blockchain|
|hackaton||3/18 – 3/20||TBD||Free
|registration here||College students who want to participate in hacking with Web3 / blockchain projects that have a positive social impact.|
This article was updated on March 7 at 4:34 p.m.