Bitcoin Events has announced Polygon as the title sponsor of Crypto Fest 2022 hybrid edition. Polygon is a decentralized Ethereum scaling platform that enables developers to build scalable, user-friendly DApps with low transaction fees and without sacrificing security. Over 20,000 DApps have used the Polygon platform to scale their applications.
Polygon is committed to fostering the growth of Web3 applications by providing the infrastructure needed for the next generation of the internet.
Developer relations at Polygon, Shodipo Ayomide said: “We are excited to be joining the 2022 edition of Crypto Fest as the title sponsor, and we are looking forward to supporting more conferences like this in South Africa and across Africa as a whole.”
Dalip Tyagi, developer relations at Polygon, said: “I’m excited about the happenings in Africa and I can’t wait to experience Crypto Fest this September 2022.”
Muskan Kalra, developer relations at Polygon, said, “When I heard about Cryptofest from Ayo, I researched it and was ultimately impressed, I was sure this is one event in Africa that we cannot miss.”
The Crypto Fest has become a popular annual event. This year, it forms part of the Week of Innovation in Cape Town, a collaboration with the SA Innovation Summit, the largest start-up event in Africa, which is taking place in Cape Town from Sept. 27 to 29, 2022.
On Sept. 30, more than 2,000 attendees will be joining this event either virtually or in-person in Cape Town, South Africa. Top global speakers will be sharing their insights on trending cryptocurrency, nonfungible tokens (NFTs), the Metaverse, Web3 and Decentralized Finance (DeFi) topics.
The Crypto Fest 2022 theme “(Don’t) Look Up” is a play on the satire-comedy movie title “Don’t Look Up.” Change is coming to the crypto-DeFi-NFT-Web3 space and now is the time to “look up” and notice the changes as well as the opportunities