Join the BIMA Web 3 Council for an exciting workshop where you will learn how to create your own POAP (Proof of Attendance Protocol) NFTs!
What’s it about?
POAPs NFTs are unique, digital collectables that serve as proof of attendance for events, conferences, and other gatherings. With this workshop, you will gain hands-on experience in designing and minting your very own POAPs.
What will we cover?
Our expert instructors will guide you through the entire process, from selecting the right design elements to deploying your token. You’ll also learn about the different use cases for POAPs and how they can be integrated into your event or community.
Who’s it for?
Whether you’re a blockchain enthusiast, event organizer, or just curious about digital collectables, this workshop is perfect for you. Don’t miss this opportunity to add a unique and memorable touch to your events with your very own POAPs!
Register now to secure your spot in this exciting workshop.
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Speaker line up :
Paula Pettit, Chief Executive Officer at Linum Labs & Co-Chair of the Web 3 Council
Paula Pettit is the Chief Executive Officer at blockchain product house, Linum Labs. She has worked in the DeFi space across the USA and Europe for the past 4 years. Two of her most notable accomplishments are co-founding successful startups, Parcel22 and Bitfract – the latter of which was ultimately acquired by crypto giant ShapeShift. She is a serial entrepreneur and trained Mechanical Engineer from the University of Florida with a passion for finding creative solutions to problems both in business and life. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, playing the piano, and traveling.
Tom Downing, Technical Director at Freestyle
Starting life as a creative developer after graduating from Liverpool University, he formed a Digital agency with a close friend with zero business acumen (back in the pre-iPhone days of Flash!).3 years later, he merged it with a larger creative campaign agency Loaf where as a Director, he spent the next 10 years developing the digital side of that agency. He created an engineering team from scratch, ran pitches for global businesses, and delivered technical products for brands such as Grand National (the largest horse race festival in the world), Grosvenor’s Liverpool ONE, and BAE Systems. He was responsible for unlocking new revenue opportunities by applying a technology lens to how they solved brand experiences for clients. From there he joined the Digital innovation agency Freestyle as Tech Director and a Leadership team member, responsible for growth targets through technology. He now mentors and grows the engineering team, defines and delivers the technology strategy for the business, and creates platform partnerships. He’s part of the BIMA Web3 council, whilst mentoring individuals on BIMA’s programme.
David Lockie, Web3 Lead at Automattic & Co-Chair of the Web 3 Council
Dave Lockie is Web3 Lead at Automattic. Born and raised in the UK, he now lives in Portugal. Working with WordPress since 2007, Dave’s been a freelancer, agency owner and entrepreneur. In 2017 he became fascinated by crypto and found himself compulsively thinking about how his two technology passions would intersect. This has naturally evolved into curiosity about technological innovation and disruption both for WordPress and ultimately, humanity. Dave is a deep thinker, experienced speaker and writer on how we can use technology to create a better world and loves helping people think beyond the day-to-day. He is an advisor to Adnode and has previously worked with WordProof, Grant for the Web, founded Pragmatic and is co-chair of the BIMA Web3 council.
Tue, 21 Mar 2023
10:00 - 11:00