Ethereum Singapore has announced "Infinite Garden City" – a three-day event that will bring together builders, developers, and communities to grow the thriving Ethereum ecosystem, from September 10-13.
The event is supported by community partners, including the Ethereum Singapore Meetup Group, and will spotlight Web3's potential for good with real use cases from local non-profit organizations.
Pre-registration for the event, expected to draw over 2,000 developers from around the world, is now open.
The event's theme reflects Singapore's identity as a city in a garden and mirrors the vision of Ethereum as an infinite garden for all that organically evolves with the support of people that nurture the space, organizers said in an announcement on Saturday.
It aims to cultivate local impact in the non-profits and public goods space, and seed the future of talents while showcasing how local communities can come together to create a vibrant tapestry of Singapore's Ethereum ecosystem.
"Singapore has been the global poster child for efficiencies in transportation, infrastructure, and healthcare. We're excited to spotlight another side of Singapore, which is its beating heart - our local communities. Ethereum Singapore 2023 will be an opportunity for the Ethereum community to come down and tackle problems while devising meaningful solutions in the non-profit space and show the world the possibilities to use tech for good," Qing Ze Hum, Lead of Ethereum Singapore 2023, said in the announcement.
The event will be split into thematic spaces, including decentralized finance, infrastructure, security, layer 2s, builders, and students, each serving as a community hub while being a hotpot of incredible ideas and action. From beginner workshops on how to get started participating in the Ethereum ecosystem, to inspiring and technical talks on advanced topics such as privacy, scaling, and zero-knowledge technology, it will appeal to technology enthusiasts and businesses whichever growth stage they are in.
Ethereum Singapore 2023 will culminate in an open-source hackathon that will solve challenges outlined by local non-profit and social enterprises. It will consist of quadratic funding wherein participating organizations will vote for their favorite projects and pick winners. All of this will led to an open-source playbook that will be published globally to serve as an inspiration for people wanting to do this with their local communities too.
"Since the first Ethereum conference that was hosted in 2015, the Singapore community has grown into an Asian powerhouse, attracting all kinds of new Dapps, innovation and funding interests, and talent into the country. Come 2023, we are very optimistic about what the next 5 years will bring with this developer-focused conference," Shaun Djie, Founder of Ethereum Singapore Meetup Group, said.
To register and receive Ethereum Singapore 2023 updates, visit www.ethereumsingapore.com.
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