The Interop Summit is blockchain’s first-ever universal gathering point for builders creating dApps that span Web3.
There's a paradigm shift that's coming, changing the way we build for Web3. We won't think of an "Ethereum dApp" or a "Cosmos wallet."
Instead of thinking primarily about the ecosystem, we'll think of the user primarily, delivering any desired function or connection, and welcoming any user asset or authentication. We'll think of architecture and infrastructure, too, building and running programs in the location that is best for their rapid development and secure, scalable execution.
This new Web3 development paradigm won't be easy to achieve. There will be new choices to make, new architectural concepts to master.
That's why Axelar is presenting the Interop Summit, as a place for builders in this emerging cross-chain future to come together and learn from each other.
The Interop Summit is blockchain’s first-ever universal gathering point for builders creating dApps that span Web3. The 2.5-day event will bring together the best minds from every ecosystem as speakers and educators in workshops, panels and private VIP events.
The Interop Summit will take place at the Fontainebleau Resort in Miami Beach, Florida, Feb. 20 – 22, 2023.
Buy your tickets early at interopsummit.com.
Sign up for emails to stay informed about who's speaking at the conference – or, follow Interop Summit on Twitter. And look out for related educational materials to help you accelerate the interoperable future of Web3.
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