Blockchain Innovators Shine at 0xpo and Web Summit Events in November

• Phantom Co-Founder Francesco Agosti speaks at 0xpo Crossroads in San Francisco
• Kathleen Breitman discusses proof-of-stake and sharding at Web Summit in Lisbon
• Panel of venture capitalists discuss raising money in a bear market at 0xpo Summit in San Francisco

At 0xpo Crossroads in San Francisco on November 3, Francesco Agosti, one of the minds behind the popular Solana dapp, discussed the history of Phantom and what he’s looking forward to in Web3. As the conversation unfolded, attendees were able to gain insight into the world of blockchain technology and its applications.

Meanwhile, in Lisbon on the same day, Tezos co-founder Kathleen Breitman discussed how the Tezos blockchain has used a proof-of-stake mechanism since its inception. She also shared her admiration for Tendermint, Ethereum and sharding, progressive decentralization, and NFT gaming with Decrypt’s Stephen Graves onstage at Web Summit.

Lastly, on the same day in San Francisco, a panel of venture capitalists including Clay Robbins of Slow Ventures, Soona Amhaz of Volt Capital, Sarah Guo of Conviction and formerly Greylock, and Alex Strzesniewski of AngelBlock joined Decrypt’s Jason Nelson at 0xpo Summit. The panel discussed their strategies for raising venture money even during Crypto Winter.

The panels and interviews from these conferences and summits were informative and thought-provoking, giving attendees an in-depth look into the world of blockchain technology and its various applications. Additionally, the Crypties Awards from Decrypt Studios in Miami on November 30 saw Bored Ape Yacht Club winning NFT Project of the Year.

Overall, the events of November 3 provided a wealth of information and insights into the blockchain industry, with Francesco Agosti, Kathleen Breitman, and the venture capitalists all sharing their expertise and ideas. With the advances in technology and the ever-evolving blockchain space, these events will surely be remembered as a starting point for many of the great developments to come.