Dubai is set to host a metaverse event on May 28 and 29 at The Arena, Dubai World Trade Center which will be divided into four zones
Metacon will conduct a pop culture metaverse event on May 28 and 29 at The Arena, Dubai World Trade Center, as Dubai continues to emerge as one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency and blockchain centres.
This one-of-a-kind “metaverse into reality” event will feature blockchain gaming, eSports, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), tech, and more, as well as Web 3 entertainment and professional gaming experiences.
Metacon, presented by Gala, will feature immersive experiences, discussions, and performances that will completely explain the fascinating realm of the metaverse and beyond.
1. Metacon’s Four Zones
There will be four zones at this event: MetaStage, MetaConnect, MetaArena, and MetaSpaces, where attendees may learn about gaming history and innovative technology.
MetaStage will offer talks and panel discussions on the hottest metaverse themes; MetaConnect will host workshops on practical and useful ideas for getting started with blockchain; MetaSpaces will serve as an exhibition zone, and MetaArena will be dedicated to eSports and blockchain gaming.
NFTs will be used to sell MetaCon tickets. Access to exclusive NFT drops, satellite events, networking sessions, and more are included with each Metacon NFT Token.
Some of the industry’s most well-known figures will attend the interesting two-day Metaverse experience, including Dr. Marwan Alzarouni, CEO of Dubai Blockchain Center; Jason Brink, President of Blockchain for Gala Games; and Adélina Arzu Mattera, Director of Communications for World of Women NFTs.
Dubai Becomes An Attractive Location For Crypto Industry
Dubai is quickly establishing itself as one of the most attractive locations for cryptocurrency and blockchain enterprises.
Binance launched its first Blockchain Week in Dubai a few weeks ago, one of the most anticipated events in the cryptocurrency world, with over 2500 attendance and 1.5 million live stream views.
Changpeng Zhao’s company has already gotten permission from Dubai’s Virtual Asset Regulatory Authority (VARA) to give investors access to digital assets.
Around the same time, the biggest exchange in the world also got a crypto license from Bahraini market regulators.