Discover How Blockchain & Metaverses Work Together With Sensorium At LABS
Sensorium is looking forward to attending this year’s LA Blockchain Summit.
We’re excited to be meeting colleagues, making new connections and sharing ideas on the issue of the blockchain and emerging tech trends.
At a time of rapid change, as it is now, we’ll be having a closer look at how the blockchain is helping shape the digital opportunities of the future, in particular when it comes to helping support metaverses.
As the company behind one of the world’s most advanced metaverses, Sensorium Galaxy, we’re glad to have the opportunity to share this knowledge with our peers and contribute toward enriching the conversation surrounding the development of virtual worlds.
Alex Blagirev, Sensorium’s CEO, will be hosting a debate on November 2nd on the ‘The Future of Human Connection & Experiences in the Metaverse’, where he will expand on the the development strategies used to build Sensorium Galaxy metaverse, and the
The guest panel will include Hrish Lotlikar from SuperWorld, Kalamint’s Christopher Deschenes, Leon Ting Shing Lee of Only1, INFINITE by SUKU’s Euan Macdonald and Joel Dietz from ArtWallet.
“This summit is an incredible forum for the discussion of the future of the blockchain, especially when you look at the lineup of attendees, which includes some of the world’s leading figures in the technology. And as more companies and creators are looking to integrate blockchain into their metaverses, I am confident that our background in developing projects across both fields can bring a fresh perspective to our peers.” said Alex Blagirev, CEO of Sensorium.
Sensorium recently launched Wakatta, an NFT-focused blockchain that aims to better serve the needs of the entertainment industry, including metaverses like Sensorium Galaxy. In addition to enabling growth-oriented business solutions, Wakatta is also bringing a new range of NFTs to market that are upgradable, non-hashed and time-based.
“It’s clear that we’re only scratching the surface of the potential that a technology like the blockchain has. Wakatta is at the forefront of trends like the development of NFT that can easily be adopted by entertainment partners, but we’re sure that we’ll be exploring further areas of application as a result of taking part in this event and exchanging ideas with others in the blockchain industry .” added Blagirev.
Founded in 2018 with the sole support of Forbes-listed billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, Sensorium oversees the technological and business development of Sensorium Galaxy’s digital metaverse and powers it with a wide range of events and experiences through top-tier global content and technology partnerships. This includes cooperations with some of the world’s leading artists, including David Guetta, Armin van Buuren and Carl Cox.
The launch of Sensorium Galaxy is expected to take place in the coming months.