MarketAcross has been selected as one of the media partners of Japan’s largest global conference for crypto, IVS Crypto 2023 KYOTO. Together, they will make sure that the thrilling three-day schedule of the 2023 event garners the esteem and attention that it deserves.
IVS, which debuted in 2007 and has become a mainstay of the Japanese startup events calendar, includes the web3-specific event. The Kyoto International Exhibition Hall “Miyako Messe” will host the 2023 edition from June 28 to 30. More than 200 speakers will take part in a range of events focused on the startup environment, including web3 and crypto.
“Our expectations for this year’s conference could not be higher, and the appointment of MarketAcross as a media partner gives us even more confidence,” said Whiplus, Head of IVS Crypto.
“I have no doubt that startup executives and investors, including those in the burgeoning web3 space, will appreciate the diversity of events we have planned this year.”
The IVS Crypto conference unites startups and business owners with executives, investors, developers, evangelists, and enthusiasts. In addition to keynote speeches, a variety of meetings, seminars, and Q&A sessions are organized. Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire, Digital Garage Co-Founder Ito Joichi, Ripple VP of Strategy & Operations Emi Yoshikawa, Yield Guild Games Co-Founder Gabby Dizon, and others will be among the speakers at this year’s event.
“We are delighted to join IVS Crypto as a media partner for 2023,” said Itai Elizur, Managing Partner at MarketAcross. “Working with the world-class IVS team is something we’ll be proud of for years at MarketAcross.”
The event will include a variety of side events held by IVS Crypto participants and partners at different locations close to the event area, allowing attendees to network and gain knowledge from professionals from a variety of sectors. There will likely be more than 10,000 attendees.
IVS not only plans and hosts the conference, but it also acts as a launchpad for promising entrepreneurs chosen by a jury. With more than 430 participating firms, the launchpad has raised more than $2.2 billion so far. This year, 14 finalists chosen from more than 250 long-listed firms will demonstrate their six minutes presentation before an overall winner is announced.