As traditional finance continues to step into the digital asset space, an event looks to give investors a hands-on look at what they’re getting into. GDA Wealth is hosting this year’s Wealth Management Summit directly from the Metaverse. The two-day event brings together portfolio managers and blockchain projects to discuss new developments and strategies. Participants will also be able to collect limited edition NFTs at the afterparty.
Coined by science-fiction writer Neal Stephenson, the Metaverse refers to a shared virtual world where participants are allowed to purchase their own digital spaces much like in actual real estate markets. Decentraland, a platform dedicated to building these spaces, will welcome speakers on the stage of its Crypto Convention Center. GDA Wealth’s own virtual office on the platform will host breakout sessions.
The Wealth Management Summit is set to take place today and tomorrow, with a delegation focusing on North America on the first day and an Asia-focused agenda on the last. All discussions will be streamed live on Zoom and Youtube for those who are unable to attend using their Decentraland characters. Alpha Sigma Capital, PAL Capital and Pegasus Fund are among the attendees, along with blockchain companies such as the Metaverse Group, the XDB Foundation, Zignaly, Elitium, and AXIA.
Notably, XDB Foundation Managing Director and GDA Group CEO Michael Gord will be joined by Zytara founder & CEO Al Burgio for a fireside chat on the “Future of Gaming & Esports.” With DigitalBits among the blockchains to be leveraged by Zytara’s gamer-focused digital banking platform, this discussion promises to provide key insights into how blockchain technology will inevitably play a role in the rapidly evolving esports and gaming industry.
GDA Wealth is a part of the GDA Group focused on wealth management. It operates a global network that offers institutions and private offices access to forward-looking technologies. Co-founder Michael Gord believes that this year’s summit will be particularly interesting since they are seeing “a lot of traditional investment managers looking for yields in more alternative assets,” possible due to factors such as “interest rates at sustained lows” and “unprecedented fiat currency printing.”
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