Polygon team members will be speaking at Messari Mainnet in New York City on September 21-22. We also have a booth at the conference, so come meet us and learn about Polygon!
Here are some of the talks you can’t miss:
On September 21, at 2:20 pm, Dean Thomas, Head of Institutional Capital, will speak about Polygon at the Proof of Work stage moderated by Robert Drost from Consensys Mesh.
On September 22, at 12 pm, Sandeep Nailwal, Co-Founder of Polygon, will join the panel discussion “India’s moment? 1.3 Billion Reasons to be Bullish”.
On September 22, at 12:30 pm, come listen to Sandeep Nailwal, Co-Founder of Polygon, at the panel discussion “Ask Them Anything: The Big Four Layer-2s”.
The speakers and attendees will have an opportunity to address the latest developments in the crypto and blockchain ecosystem, learn from each other, and discuss the growth of the ecosystem in person. The conference will have different tracks such as Proof of Work Track, Lightning Demos: Testnet Environment, Proof of Stake Track, and Open-Source Sessions.
If you’re attending in person, come visit our booth, learn more about Polygon, and get some stylish swags. In case you are looking for integration, partnership, or collaboration opportunities, book a meeting with us via the conference networking app, Brella.
We look forward to meeting you in person and getting to know you at Mainnet!
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Source : blog.polygon.technology