Blockchain Hub Davos Gathers Worldwide Business and Government Leaders to Discuss the State of Web3 Adoption – Yahoo Finance

CasperLabs, CV Labs, Casper Association, and CVVC to host a series of thoughtful discussions on how blockchain has been meaningfully adopted across the public and private sector
DAVOS, Switzerland & NEW YORK, May 17, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CasperLabs, a leading blockchain software company for the enterprise market, today unveiled its agenda for Blockchain Hub Davos being held May 23-25, 2022, in Davos, Switzerland. Blockchain Hub Davos is a space that will bring together decentralized thinkers, investors, corporations, founders, high-profile authorities, and policy makers to network and discuss the current state of blockchain and where it is headed into the future.
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CasperLabs, a leading blockchain software company for the enterprise market, is hosting Blockchain Hub Davos. Gathers May 23-25 in Davos, Switzerland. (Graphic: Business Wire)
"Blockchain technology has evolved to the point where the vast majority of businesses and governments worldwide are either actively assessing use cases or already running them. It is a transformative business platform changing the global economic landscape," said Mrinal Manohar CEO and Co-founder at CasperLabs. "Over three days of thoughtful programming, we will be addressing real-world challenges and solutions that will accelerate further trust in blockchain as business essential for the enterprise."
Featured themes and events to be discussed at Blockchain Hub Davos include:
May 23, 2022
Theme: Digital Assets on the Global Stage
Spotlight Panels
"Innovation, Standards and Regulation: Enabling Digital Assets at Scale"
Panelists: Ramesh Ramadoss, board member, IEEE Standards Association (Moderator); Eva Kaili, vice president, European Parliament; John deVadoss, board member, Global Blockchain Business Council, Sheila Warren, Crypto Council for Innovation.
"The State of Crypto in 2022"
Panelists: Todd Goergen, founder and executive chairman, MAKE International, Inc.; Brock Pierce, board chairman, Bitcoin Foundation
May 24, 2022
Theme: Enterprise & Government Blockchain Adoption
Spotlight panels and discussions include:
"A Future Built on Trust: How Businesses are Thinking About Blockchain and Security"
Panelists: Nitin Gaur (Moderator), managing director, State Street Digital; Shyam Nagarajan, executive partner Web3 & Sustainability, IBM Blockchain, Medha Parlikar, co-founder & CTO, CasperLabs; Charles Okochu, senior business development manager, Amazon Managed Blockchain.
"Blockchain’s Next Chapter: Meet Casper"
Mrinal Manohar, chief executive officer, CasperLabs
May 25, 2022
Key events and panels include:
"NFTs for Fashion: Beyond the FOMO"
Panelists: Andrea Abrams (Moderator), founder & chief metaverse officer, PHYGICODE and chief of strategy, Faith Tribe DAO; Wahid Chammas, co-founder and chairman, Faith Tribe DAO; Maria Buccellati, president, Faith Connexion fashion brand and co-founder & creative director, Faith Tribe DAO; Mario Nawfal, founder & CEO, NFT Technologies and founder, IBC Group International Blockchain Consulting; Ruben Singer, renowned American fashion designer & creative director, PHYGICODE.
"Not for the Faint of Heart: The Journey of a Crypto Investor"
Panelists: David Branch, chairman, Consensus Capital; Anthony Scaramucci, founder & managing partner, SkyBridge Capital; Michael Casey, chief content officer, CoinDesk (moderator)
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About CasperLabs
CasperLabs, a leading blockchain software company for the enterprise market, is re-imagining blockchain for enterprise with a future proof solution. The company also provides development, support and advisory services for organizations building on the Casper network. Guided by open-source principles, CasperLabs is committed to supporting the next wave of blockchain adoption among businesses and providing developers with a reliable and secure framework to build private, public and hybrid blockchain applications. Its team possesses deep enterprise technology experience with a cumulative 100 years of enterprise experience, hailing from organizations including Google, Adobe, AWS, Dropbox and Microsoft. To learn more, visit
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