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Tickets for Japan’s Largest NFT Conference, Non Fungible Tokyo, Go on Sale

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Tokyo, Japan, April 26th, 2023, Chainwire

The first tickets for Non Fungible Tokyo 2023 have gone on sale. The event, the largest of its kind in Japan, will be held on Thursday, June 22 2023 and tickets are now available to the general public via Eventbrite and Moongate.

The one-day event will be hosted at Tokyo International Forum Hall Hall B7 and features a host of luminaries from Japan’s budding NFT and web3 industry. Limit Break CEO Gabriel Leydon will be speaking as well as The Sandbox COO and Co-Founder Sebastien Borget. Other speakers confirmed for the conference are Sky Mavis Co-Founder Jeffrey Zirlin, Yield Guild Games Co-Founder Gabby Dizon, and Jikhan Kikuchi Jung of Mythical Games.

Non Fungible Tokyo 2023 is hosted by Japan Blockchain Week which runs from Sunday, June 18 – Thursday, July 13. More than 3,000 delegates are expected to attend the one-day NFT event, with the numbers boosted further by virtual attendees who will be following on YouTube. In addition to adding ticketing options, the official website for Non Fungible Tokyo 2023 has been updated with speaker introductions.

Representative Host Mai Fujimoto commented: “The sixth edition of Non Fungible Tokyo is shaping up to be the biggest and best one yet. With the effects of Covid-19 having receded, we’re delighted to be able to invite international guests to speak at the event for the first time. Given the Japanese government’s firm commitment to supporting the country’s web3 industry, we’re confident that demand will be strong for Tokyo’s flagship NFT conference.”

Non Fungible Tokyo 2023 will provide a place to discuss the foundations of the industry, and to support cross-industry discussions between builders, investors, and other players. Tickets are on sale now.


Minoru Yanai
Japan Blockchain Week
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