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PRESS RELEASE. TOKEN2049Asia’s premier crypto conference, announced the formation of DJs from AFTER 2049, the official closing event of this year’s September edition. Headlined by Istanbul-based DJ and producer Carlita, electronic icon DJ Tennis and Moojo, Mo-Shi and Leon (Calamar Crew), AFTER 2049 will take place on Friday, September 30 as it occupies the roof of the the city’s most iconic building, Marina Bay Sands.

Occupying both the iconic observation deck which offers an unparalleled and uninterrupted view of the Singapore skyline, and CÉ LA VI, one of Singapore’s most iconic nightlife institutions, AFTER 2049 will be held in tandem with the first training lap of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2022. The exclusive event will provide exhilarating night racing views at what is expected to be the biggest party of the Singapore Grand Prix race weekend.

Raphael Strauch, Founder of TOKEN2049, said, “AFTER 2049 is our way of thanking our community, partners and speakers who have supported us from day one. We’re excited to bring some of the biggest names in electronic music, while showcasing some of the region’s rising stars. After what will be Asia’s largest crypto event with over 5,000 attendees, AFTER 2049 is set to raise the bar for nighttime events in Singapore and the wider Asia-Pacific region.

A limited number of tickets for AFTER 2049 will be sold via Resident Advisor from September 13.

TOKEN2049 Singapore marks the debut of the conference in Singapore which runs from September 28-29 ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix race weekend. Sponsors of AFTER 2049 include Asia’s Single Gateway to Web 3.0 and one of the region’s leading non-custodial staking service providers, RockX; blockchain backbone infrastructure company Parity Technologies; leading venture capital firm focused on blockchain and digital currency, Cypher Capital; single and cross-chain aggregator for decentralized finance and XY Finance metaverse products; Newman Capital, a proprietary Asia-based venture capital firm; and Singapore-based financial services platform Crypto Unicorn and Digital Assets Matrixport.

Attendees will be able to hear from some of the industry’s top entrepreneurs and thought leaders on all aspects of the broader crypto and Web3 arena. As part of Asian Crypto WeekTOKEN2049 attendees can expect to attend a full range of side events, conferences, networking events, workshops and parties taking place throughout the week.

Other AFTER 2049 sponsors include South Korean video game company Wemade; Bitget, the world’s largest cryptocurrency derivatives copy trading platform; the EOS Network Foundation that builds a coordinated future for the EOS Network through decentralization and community; AAX digital asset exchange; the global online identity verification platform Trulioo; OKX cryptocurrency and derivatives exchange; decentralized and open source protocol Syscoin; the global digital asset exchange Zipmex; and the Galxe collaborative Web3 identification framework.

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TOKEN2049 is a premier Web3 event, held annually in Singapore and London, where decision makers from the global crypto ecosystem connect to exchange ideas, network and shape the industry. TOKEN2049 is a global meeting place for entrepreneurs, institutions, industry insiders, investors, and those with a keen interest in the crypto and blockchain industry.

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