Hong Kong will see an influx of gaming, international investors and blockchain startups this week as part of the NIFTY Blockchain and Hackathon launching tomorrow evening.
Co-founder and managing partner at Kenetic Jehan Chu said the non-fungible tokens (NFTs) were a completely unique asset class, and represented the next generation of value for blockchain.
[click_to_tweet tweet=”“They represent an entirely new asset class and a quantum leap in how we quantify and interact with the world around us in a decentralised way,” said @KeneticCapital cofounder and managing director @collectionist.” quote=”“They represent an entirely new asset class and a quantum leap in how we quantify and interact with the world around us in a decentralised way. Developers, investors and professionals should be actively engaging in this exciting new space,” said Chu.”]
CEO of Decentraland Ari Meilich was thrilled to have to opportunity to host the first-ever Blockchain Games and NFTs Hackathon which will be running alongside the conference.
“As blockchain continues to revolutionise the gaming industry, we are eager to welcome hundreds of enthusiasts to discuss, debate and celebrate what’s next for this flourishing sector,” said Meilich.
Developers attending the Hackathon will have access to workshops focused on building blockchain-based games and have the opportunity to win prizes worth more than US$15,000.
CoinCast Media and Multiplier Crypto Business News will be broadcasting live from the NIFTY conference at Cyberport on July 24 and 26.