Miami Crypto Experience is one of Forbes Top 5 NFT Conferences to attend and marks a three-day-long conference featuring crypto experts, blockchain influencers, and top technology panels from industry leaders. The Miami Crypto Experience will be held November 10-12, 2021 at the James L. Knight Center (JKLC) as well as virtually in the metaverse over at 3DNFTWorld.com.
It’s All About Blockchain
The goal of the Miami Crypto Experience is to foster an environment that enables the full community to come out and learn from crypto experts. It does not matter if you are just looking to learn about NFTs, Cryptocurrency Tokens, ZK Rollup projects, and everything in between the Ethereum blockchain; there is a panel that will suit your needs that will get you learning, having fun, but most importantly networking with like-minded individuals.
Aside from cutting-edge new tech and immersive workshops, Miami Crypto Experience attendees can look forward to an exciting lineup of social events where the community can come together, share ideas and take advantage of Miami’s famous nightlife while building their crypto network. Headline sponsor Carma Coin will be giving away a McLaren supercar at the event, and organizers are also planning ticket giveaways and other prizes as part of the pre-event experience.
Enjoy the Miami Crypto Experience
Miami Crypto Experience, the dynamic, experiential blockchain tech event packs in more than 25 workshops, 40+ vendors, nightlife, and networking events into three days in the fire-hot Crypto Capital of the World, Miami. New for this event, those who can’t attend in person can now purchase tickets to the Miami Crypto Experience Metaverse, an interactive 3D world where users can log in, create their own avatar and explore the conference virtually.
Brightline to Miami
Getting from the Palm Beaches to the Miami Crypto Experience doesn’t have to be a hassle when riding on the Brightline train. You can easily take the Brightline Train from downtown West Palm Beach to Miami in around 60 minutes. From the Miami Brightline station, you can take the MetroMover directly to the James L. Knight Center or simply call for an Uber or Lyft.