27 August last, Madrid (Spain) to host a major event. The location chosen for the event was the WiZink Center, where thousands of people gathered to learn about technology and new trends. blockchain and the metaverse hand in hand with companies and benchmarks in the crypto sector.
During this event, MundoCrypto unveiled its Metaverse as a new training space for the community crypto and where the Learn to Earn model and Community Proof are two of the pillars of this new project.
The event featured various presentations, of a visually educational and informative nature, by professionals and leaders from the crypto, blockchain and economic fields.
Exchanges and Metaverse
Under the name “MundoCrypto Metaverse Day”, the day started in the afternoon with the presentation and first talk about exchanges and the metaverse, moderated by Pilar Troncoso and featuring Xavier Molina from FTX, and Eneko Astorkiza from KuCoin.
That panel began with comments about the Metaverse, but later expanded to topics such as the importance of education in the crypto field, the fight against disinformation and the fight against hackers. fraud and the scams.
Sasha Ivanov, originally from Ukraine, took part in the next stage of the event. He is a theoretical physicist, known for his contributions to web 3.0 and a pioneer in the field of Blockchain technology. Ivanov is known for his work with waves Blockchain platform linked, among other things, to decentralized finance.
Economy, technology and cryptocurrencies
Three economists met in another panel to talk about the current situation at the economic, crypto assets and blockchain technology. Daniel La Calle, Juan Ramón Rallo and Pablo Gil participated in this panel, moderated by Pilar Troncoso.
Daniel LaCalle began to diagnose the reality after the crises, and especially about what is happening after the difficult times of covid, as well as the economic measures that have been taken by different governments.
With Rallo’s intervention, the conversation turned to bitcoin and crypto assets, and he clarified that there are differences, noting that “there is a gap between Bitcoin and other crypto assets.”
“Bitcoin is one of the few real digital assets out there, if not the only one,” he said.
Rallo also emphasized: “Before investing in any crypto asset (also in bitcoin), you have to ask yourself what is the flow of value that I hope it will provide. And if I don’t get any value stream, services, maybe it’s not a good place to invest. And secondly, you have to think whether I trust the issuer of the financial asset”
On the other hand, Pablo Gil agreed to warn about risks. “It is important to educate and inform yourself”, he said.
He then made a more connected approach to the technology of crypto assets, making comparisons with the technological enterprises of the late nineties.
Finally, La Calle also spoke about cryptocurrencies and stated: “Cryptos are like currency startups. Most will not be cryptocurrencies. It doesn’t mean it has no use or validity.”
“There is no currency that survives without liquidity,” he emphasized. But he clarified: “That a currency is supported by a state, it means nothing if there is no trust”, and he recalled that there are countries where a fiduciary money does not meet all the characteristics of a currency.
Brock Pierce and Reeve Collins
Through video conference, Brock Pierce and Reeve Collins were interviewed.
Brock Pierce can count on his work as an actor, entrepreneur, independent candidate for president in the United States. He was also in the creation of the company Blockchain Capital, and was one of the minds behind Tether. In 2014 he was elected director of the Bitcoin Foundation. In addition, he was the founder of Block.one, a company that created the EOS.IO software.
Reeve Collins is co-founder of Tether and current CEO of BLOCKv,
El Salvador, the world capital of Bitcoin
El Salvador undoubtedly succeeded in setting a global precedent by declaring bitcoin as legal tender in that country. On September 7, it will be one year since the law that made this possible, called the “Bitcoin Law”.
One of the special moments of the night was the presence of four legislators from El Salvador, who were present to tell details about bitcoin in that country, what has been achieved and plans for the future.
The delegates present were Dania González (who is also president of the Finance Commission), Caleb Navarro, Hector Sales and Oscar García.
“As the capital of Bitcoin, we are offering many opportunities to investors,” said Dania González.
For his part, Caleb Navarro spoke about the importance of challenging paradigms to change social realities.
The other topics mentioned by the delegates were: the creation of Bitcoin City, the continuity in the purchase of BTC by the Government, and the project for a Bitcoin and Blockchain cluster.
Lawyer Peter Wielgos, an expert in the crypto field, referred to the complexity of Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. He explained that the level of complexity is high and “there is a lot to do.”
In this context, he highlighted projects such as MundoCrypto, for their educational profile.
Towards the end of the day, Mani Thawani, the founder of MundoCrypto, took the lead, first virtually and later physically, to tell the plans of MundoCrypto and the details of what the company is doing.
“It’s time for cryptocurrencies and the metaverse,” he said. And he referred to the possibilities of the metaverse, emphasizing that it is a digital space where communities can exist independently with cryptocurrencies as the main means of exchange.
Mani Thawani presented a metaverse based on virtual reality. “At MundoCrypto we want to provide training. You will be able to be in virtual environments to learn. There will be thousands of hours of educational crypto content in different environments,” he said.
According to Thawani, it is important to have a good education, and with that in mind, he explained that their approach is based on a concept called “Learning to Earn”.
“Cryptocurrencies represent freedom. And we know that the manifestation of freedom comes together in the metric,” he said.