Building Blocks 23, an event dedicated to the Web3 builder community, is scheduled to take place in the heart of Tel Aviv on February 7, 2023. Building Blocks is a one-day event that will bring together Ethereum developers as well as communities from around the world. The event will be hosted by leading Israeli companies as part of ETH TLV.
A number of seminars, panel discussions, and other types of activities will be held all around the city of Tel Aviv throughout ETH TLV. The organizers of Building Blocks 23, Collider, Fireblocks, and MarketAcross, along with StarkWare, will lead delegates through the process of developing a sustainable Web3 business.
Idan Ofrat, Co-founder and CTO at Fireblocks, said: “On the global stage, Tel Aviv plays an out-sized role in innovative startups with proven track records. With the emergence of Web3, we are excited to co-host Building Blocks 23 and to support the city’s forward-thinking startup culture, bringing together the best collective experiences and insights that the country has to offer.”
The Fundamentals of Web3 Entrepreneurship
The event known as Building Blocks 23 will last for the entirety of a day and will focus on the fundamentals of Web3 business. The founders and builders of the business will offer their first-hand expertise and experience of the highs and lows that have occurred inside the sector. Others who have just started their adventure on Web3 would benefit from hearing about the experiences, failures, and triumphs that were experienced by those who were successful in building Web3.
Itai Elizur, COO of MarketAcross, said: “Israel has always been a builders’ hub. Innovation is part of our DNA. Naturally, the narrative has shifted from Israel being a startup nation to a Web3 nation. Tel Aviv is an ideal host as it continues to be a tech engine for a top-notch community of developers.”
There will be a series of seminars covering the lessons and experiences that may be gained from building in Web3, becoming an expert in leading protocols, and maintaining a course despite the turmoil in the industry. Other topics that will be discussed include fundraising, locating a product market fit, establishing an organization with security as its primary focus, expanding a community, and building teams and culture in a setting that is distributed.
Eylon Aviv, Principal at Collider, said: “We’re excited to finally be hosting a global Web3 conference in Tel Aviv. Our partners from abroad have been asking us for years when we’ll be bringing an event to the city, and we’re thrilled to be able to make it happen. We can’t wait to bring together experts from around the world to share their knowledge and insights with the vibrant and dynamic blockchain community in Tel Aviv.”
In addition, there will be a series of practical workshops that will cover topics such as the administration of treasury funds, the development of sustainable tokenomic frameworks, and the implementation of efficient marketing and branding strategies. Udi Wertheimer, a blockchain skeptic and Ethereum specialist, will be one of the guest presenters at Building Blocks 23, along with Alon Muroch, CEO of SSV Network, and a wide variety of representatives from The Graph, Safe, Avalanche, AAVE, and Solidus Labs.
The Art of Establishing Successful Web3 Businesses
In addition to StarkWare, the organizers of Building Blocks 23, Collider, Fireblocks, and MarketAcross will lead participants through the process of establishing a sustainable Web3 business. Collider is a venture capital fund that was established in 2018. Its central emphasis is on early-stage startups and digital assets, with the goal of assisting the next generation of businesses, protocols, and products that are contributing to the development of the digital native economy.
MarketAcross, which has its headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel, is the leading blockchain public relations and marketing agency in the world. It offers blockchain companies all over the world a comprehensive marketing solution that covers every aspect from beginning to end. MarketAcross has assisted a number of the industry’s most prominent cryptocurrency exchanges and blockchain initiatives, such as Polkadot, Solana, Binance, Polygon, Crypto.com, Huobi, and eToro, in developing their brands among audiences interested in crypto and blockchain technology.
Fireblocks is an enterprise-grade platform that provides a safe environment for the transfer of digital assets, their storage, and the issuance of new ones. Through the use of the Fireblocks Network and MPC-based Wallet Infrastructure, Fireblocks makes it possible for digital asset activities to be securely scaled by digital asset exchanges, lending desks, custodians, banks, trading desks, and hedge funds.
Fireblocks is used by over 1,500 different financial institutions, has successfully protected the transfer of over $3 trillion worth of digital assets, and offers a one-of-a-kind insurance policy that protects assets both while they are being stored and while they are being moved. Since Fireblocks is the only solution that CISOs and Ops Teams both embrace, several of the largest trading desks have made the transition to using it.