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Today we’re highlighting two companies’ separate sessions – The Bitcoin Association for BSV and Polygon. Let’s take a look at what they bring to the startup table.
Someone Stole Your Bitcoin… Now What? As high-profile crypto and NFT thefts continue to haunt cautious investors, who are already navigating a harsh crypto winter, robust security developments are increasingly important. Fortunately for investors and business owners, there is finally a way to protect digital assets from the worst.
This session with Connor Murray – content creator for Blockchain Academy SV and founder and CEO of Real Reviews – covers for the first time how Bitcoin can be blocked and recovered through the Digital Asset Recovery (DAR) process. The process allows property rights to be respected and stolen or lost bitcoins to be found. Learn how this is the first, critical step in protecting all digital assets from theft and fraud under the rule of law, how investors can use this tool, and how platforms can easily adopt this process to better protect users.
Sponsored by the Bitcoin Association for BSV.
Robotaxis in the Metaverse How does autonomous transportation work in the Metaverse? In this session – led by Polygon developer instructor Siraj Raval – we’ll build an autonomous car in a simulated environment using computer vision and route planning algorithms. Next, we’ll integrate Polygon’s wallet with the car so that it not only drives itself, but also pays for its own maintenance, repairs and upgrades. Powered by Polygon.
Financial future In this session, Colin Butler, Global Head of Institutional Capital at Polygon Technology, will discuss why DeFi is better than SeFi, how Polygon is incentivizing DeFi developers, and how Polygon is driving liquidity and new users by partnering with Stripe, Robinhood, Nubank and many others. . Powered by Polygon.
TC Sessions: Crypto will be held on November 17 in Miami. Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with our partners and dive into technology, trends and controversies in the blockchain, cryptocurrency, DeFi, NFT and web3 cryptoverse. Buy your ticket today!
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