TOMORROW 2022, Europe’s biggest event on NFTs and the metaverse

The UGMA conference, the largest European conference on cryptocurrencies, NFTs and metaverses, will debut from May 13-15 at the BelExpo Center in Belgrade.

A conference on all important themes

The TOMORROW conference will cover all aspects of blockchain and cryptocurrencies, including “ mining », Investing and more, through the experience of the world’s best experts. Visitors also have the opportunity to discover new areas of the NFT world, such as collection and application possibilities. The conference will bring metaverse pioneers to Belgrade, who will educate participants about the potential and impact of this technology on our lives and the world we know.

The Metaverse panel will be held only at the UGMA conference, for the first time in Europe. For those unable to attend, the conference will be broadcast online through the official platform.

Discussions will be divided into three categories: NFT, Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies and Metaverse. Among the main topics are:

  • Bitcoin as a legal tender
  • NFT Beyond Collections
  • Decentralization against censorship
  • 3D artwork like NFT
  • Virtual Property: Real Estate in the Metaverse
  • GameFi: Games from TMRW
  • The evolution of money
  • Bridging the gap between DeFi and investors
  • The Evolution of NFT Entertainment and the Metaverse
  • Web3 and DAO – Beyond Construction Products
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A panel of international experts

The program for this unique event is complete and includes the world’s leading experts such as JOEL DIETZ, BEN MAURO, GARY TEH, VLATKO GIGOV, FRANK FITZGERALD, MACEO PLEX, LAURA K. INAMEDINOVA and many more. These names will speak with Craig Sellers, founder of cryptocurrency Tether, Tanja Bivic Plankar, president of the Blockchain Alliance of Europe, Bruno Ver, blockchain specialist and founder of the NIFTIFY company, Marko Suvajdzic of the University of Florida, Aleksandar Matanovic, founder of ECD cryptocurrency exchange, Vitomir Jevremovic, Ari Tomasson and Ipshita Kumar.

Belgrade has done very well by combining many names from the crypto ecosystem, as we have been able to highlight in our dedicated article on Serbia and its rise in cryptocurrencies. The country located in the heart of the Balkans continues to impress us.

The event will take place over three days, with more than 100 speakers, 2,500 people on the site and the possibility to watch the event online, more than 15,000 people have registered to follow this conference online . TOMORROW also teamed up with the famous EXIT festival to liven up the breaks and nights among cryptocurrency fans.

TOMORROW also offers a VIP option, where you can chat with speakers, colleagues, sponsors and other VIP members at the event. This is where a lot of business is done, and it allows for much faster exchanges between cryptocurrency and blockchain players. In fact, the events have also contributed to building relationships with other players and have become more important in the development of the crypto ecosystem.

One ticket costs 299 euros, with access to all normal events, workshops and two afterparties. The VIP ticket costs 500 euros, along with dinner at Belgrade’s famous Buddha-Bar. It is also possible, for 199 euros, to follow it for three days online and receive a recording of the entire conference.

All information is available on the internet on the event website.

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