Korea Blockchain Week Signs MarketAcross as Official Media Partner

  • Korea Blockchain Week 2022 signs MarketAcross as their official media partner.
  • MarketAcross will manage the end-to-end marketing and PR of the event.
  • KBW is making a comeback after two years of delay due to the pandemic.

Asia’s flagship blockchain event, Korea Blockchain Week (KBW), has appointed MarketAcross, one of the world’s leading blockchain PR and marketing firms, as their official global media partner.

This partnership will enable MarketAcross to manage the end-to-end marketing and PR of the event, which includes the pre-and-post event marketing and PR efforts, bringing in prominent speakers, managing and coordinating with media, and thereby helping raise the profile of the event worldwide.

Hosted by FactBlock, co-hosted by Hashed, and in partnership with ROK Capital, the KBW2022 is making a comeback after a hiatus of two years, due to the pandemic. The event will be hosted between Aug. 7-12 at the InterContinental Grand Seoul Parnas.

At the event, the global business leaders, evangelists, and key players of the crypto industry will address discussions around some pivotal topics like blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, DeFi, NFT, Metaverse, Web3, GameFi, and more such issues alike.

Some past speakers at KBW include Changpeng Zhao, Vitalik Buterin, Nick Szabo, Adam Back, Sam Bankman-Fried, Michael Novogratz, Silvio Micali, Gavin Wood, Sergey Nazarov, amd Sébastien Borget, among others.

As MarketAcross bags the opportunity to bring back the biggest crypto event in Asia, the Managing Partner of the company Itai Elizur opined: “After two years off, it’s great to have Korea Blockchain Week back. The event was always a must-go for us, and one of the most important days of the year. We are truly honored to join our long-time partners FactBlock and Hashed in making this the best annual event in Asia.”

Speaking on the occasion of signing the partnership, the FactBlock and Korea Blockchain Week founder, Seonik Jeon, stated that “As we have not held Korea Blockchain Week for the past two years due to COVID-19, I’m especially excited and have high expectations for this year’s upcoming event”