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CoinGecko Announces First Ever NFT Conference

Tue, 09/14/2021 - 12:24
CoinGecko Announces First Ever NFT Conference
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CoinGecko, the world’s largest independent crypto data aggregator, is proudly launching its first-ever conference. ‘GeckoCon - NFTs Gone Wild’ will be held from the 17th to 18th November 2021 from 8AM to 2PM EST.

Over the course of the two-day virtual conference, there will be presentations, fireside chat and workshops covering a kaleidoscope of NFT themes including art, music, gaming, sports, collectables and more.

There will be a number of talks and panel sessions from over 150 key leaders in theNFT space including Aleksander Larsen, co-founder of Axie Infinity, Patricio Worthalter, founder of POAP, and Alexei Falin, co-founder of Rarible. Participants can take advantage of the opportunity to engage, ask questions, and hear first-hand from the various thought leaders.

What makes the conference even more exciting is the fun-packed activities that CoinGecko has to offer. These include Virtual After Parties, competitions, and powwows in the Metaverse. Join the GeckoCon Lucky Draw and stand a chance to win $50,000 worth of prizes!

For the latest updates on GeckoCon, visit: 

About CoinGecko

Since 2014, CoinGecko has been the trusted source of information by millions of cryptocurrency investors. Its mission is to empower the cryptocurrency community with a 360-degree overview of the market. CoinGecko provides comprehensive information from thousands of data points such as price, trading volume, market capitalization, developer strength, community statistics and more. It currently tracks over 8,000 crypto assets from over 450 exchanges worldwide. For more information, visit

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Stephanie Goh
PR Associate at CoinGecko


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