By Deepak Jain
It was published on Thursday 24 November, 12:59PM.
The last update was on Thursday, November 24th, 1:10PM.
The second annual Decipher conference, hosted by the Algorand Foundation, will be held at the Madinat Jumeirah Conference & Events Centre in the United Arab Emirates from November 28 to November 30. Decipher will highlight top entrepreneurs and investors from both within and beyond the Algorand network.
The conference will feature more than 120 speakers. One-on-one mentoring withBlockchain leaders, learn to set up wallet and experience play-to-earn games, explore a high-end NFT art gallery, take part in hands-on workshops designed for developers are just a few of the things that will be available to register for
On the morning of November 30th, there will be a Women's Breakfast Club event that is open to all women in the web3 technology community.
Attendees of the event will be able to sign up for one-on-one mentoring sessions with experts, learn how to set up wallet and experience play-to-earn games, and explore a high-end art gallery. They will be able to take part in hands-on workshops with engineers and product leaders. The Algorand protocol is based on pure proof-of-stake and can tolerate an arbitrary number of malicious users as long as those that follow the instructions of the protocol hold more than two-thirds of the total stake.
DVerse was appointed as an official PR partner for the Decipher event in the Middle East and North Africa. It promises to be one of the most anticipated events of its kind, and we look forward to sharing the many highlights across media in the run up to November 28, as well as the post- event updates. I'm confident that the Decipher event will be a great success.
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