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Blockchain Fest 2023 Wraps Up

The two-day conference featured a jam-packed schedule of keynote speeches and panel discussions that addressed a wide range of topics related to blockchain and cryptocurrency.

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The 2023 edition of Blockchain Fest has come to a close.

Held from February 16-17 at a Marina Bay Sands conference room, the event, which was touted as the largest event in Asia, featured approximately 4,800 attendees, including speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, and media, according to organizer Finexpo.

The event saw a line up of keynote speeches and panel discussions that addressed a range of topics about Web3, including developments in the DeFi and NFT space, regulation, and cybersecurity.

Blockhead's favourite panel was "Will DEX replace CEX?" with Saison Capital's Qin En Looi and Cake DeFi's U-Zyn Chua both chiming in with useful insights.

"The success of the event is a testament to the growing interest and relevance of blockchain and cryptocurrency in today's world," Finexpo said in a statement.

For more information and highlights of the event, visit the Blockchain Fest Singapore 2023 website.

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