Kakao’s blockchain subsidiary Klaytn has planned yet another significant event for the crypto world after a successful year.
On October 28th, 2021, the blockchain firm will have its third online webinar. The guest panel will convene to examine Klaytn’s worldwide development plans as well as its DeFi ecosystem’s future. The event will be broadcasted live on Youtube for viewers across the world.
Throughout the Webinar, the bespoke guests will present their vision and lead key debates, answering some of the most often asked questions about the Klaytn ecosystem. This event will present updates on the project, the team’s overarching vision, and some ideas on the future of DeFi and its place in the crypto field to the Klaytn community as well as the greater crypto community.
A total of 8 speakers from renowned crypto firms will participate in the webinar.
David Shin, the Head of Global Adoption for Klaytn, is one of the speakers. He was a successful Investment Banker (IB) turned Blockchain Evangelist and dynamic entrepreneur. He will be opening the event with an introduction to the newly established global expansion plans.
Other speakers on the panel include Zak Ayesh from Chainlink, Kewon Park from KLAYswap, Vachara Aemavat – CEO of Definix, and Even Kereiakes, Celo’s Head of Asia Ecosystem and Alliance, who will all be sharing on how they are integrated on Klaytn, as well as their contribution to expand the DeFi ecosystem on Klaytn.
To thank its existing community for its loyal support since inception, the team has completed its first round of airdrop a week prior to the event, and will be launching another airdrop event during the webinar for its attendees. While this webinar marks the end of its DeFi Webinar series, the Klaytn team will be attending GeckCon in November. To follow Klaytn on its global developments, visit their socials for more updates :
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