Supermoon headed a most-attended ETH Denver event at the Denver Clock Tower together with Native and Mintbase. This 3-day event featured panel discussions, workshops, and social networking events, all while enjoying beautiful views of Denver. The event kicked off with the Talent Protocol brunch, a gathering of the top talent in the industry, and a dive deep into the DEXs with Native.org. The talks were followed by Native Soiree, where attendees had a memorable night of networking, cocktails, and entertainment for guests.
The second day showcased the largest Startup Day at ETH Denver, featuring 25 pitching startups, 30 participating VC funds, and over 100 investors. Supermoon Startup Day highlighted Techstars, AvesLair, Sanctor Capital, Outliers, Mighta Capital, Fabric Ventures, Gumi Cryptos, Tokenmetrics Ventures, Translink Capital, and more.
Miko Matsumura (Gumi Cryptos), Richard Muirhead (Fabric Ventures), Carson Nye (Techstars), and Elena Obukhova (Supermoon) participated in a panel discussion with Supermoon to explore current developments in the VC industry and share advice with attending startups. After that, Crypto Meina conducted a passionate discussion on How Web3 Infrastructure Will Unlock Mass Adoption followed by networking events.
The third day gathered founders and builders for the series of workshops led by Mintbase, as well as a keynote address by January Walker, a Utah politician, and former congressional candidate.
Luis Freitas covered The Mintbase Dev Stack: Unlocking the Power of NFT Marketplaces, guiding you through the dev stack, including MintbaseJS and GraphQL, and showing how to create custom NFT marketplaces with ease. Nate Geier dived into Mintbase’s AffiliateDirect system, which allows users to earn market fees by simply copying a URL, integrating an NFT marketplace into the user's current app, or allowing users to create their own NFT marketplace and earning commission on every sale.
Supermoon is preparing for Consensus and will shortly reveal its future activities, camps, and Near House Consensus.