According to a study conducted by LinkedIn and OKX on the development of organizations and talent in the global blockchain industry, France is one of the three leading countries in the world recruiting in this industry. It attracts a lot of talent from a rapidly growing ecosystem and the active support of the French government.

Last year, announced its expansion into France. Binance deepened its ties with the French region through a speech by its CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ), in which he referred to Paris as the European financial capital of digital assets. During his introductory speech at the event organized by Binance at the Palais des Congrès, Minister Jean-Noël Barrot emphasized the importance of the role played by the French government in future MICA regulation. For these reasons, Binance plans to make Paris its European hub, recruiting hundreds of French talents and thus supporting the development of Web3 and blockchain.

In the past, France has openly announced its support for blockchain and digital currencies. Since 2016, it has been one of the pioneering countries to adopt blockchain in Europe and globally. France’s latest decisions, such as identification requirements and calls for stronger regulation of digital assets, show that the country is willing to distance itself from other major jurisdictions more nimbly than neighboring countries such as Germany, the United Kingdom or Italy.

During his introductory speech at an event organized by Binance at the Palais des Congrès in Paris in 2022, Minister Barrot highlighted the importance of the role played by the French government regarding future MiCA regulations.

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He later added, “The transition from Web2 to Web3 will open many opportunities for partnership, collaboration and creativity with government to support the development of a robust Web3 ecosystem.”

Paris Blockchain Week recently announced the presence of Minister Barrot at the event for this 2023 edition, where he will deliver a speech.

Michael Amar, co-founder of Paris Blockchain Week, comments: “Attracting the right talent is one of the challenges faced by companies exploring the digital asset sector. Our event will provide the ideas and inspiration needed to achieve this and provide a platform for businesses. Relevant talent and to connect with potential hires. Businesses can’t afford to miss it!”

The edition of Paris Blockchain Week in March 2023 will welcome 10,000+ participants, 400+ speakers, 300+ sponsors, 60% senior executives, 400+ media and journalists. During this extraordinary week, PBW will also host several side events hosted by the biggest names in blockchain. The Talent Fair offers job opportunities for the biggest players and latest innovators. Back by popular demand, the Paris Blockchain Week Hackathon is back with new challenges and prizes to be won.

About Paris Blockchain Week
The famous Paris Blockchain Week will host its fourth face-to-face edition from March 20 to 24, 2023 at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. A dedicated digital platform will allow it to be transcribed online. Since its inception in 2019, PBW has established itself as a global meeting place for digital asset enthusiasts, investors and entrepreneurs. This allows for stimulating discussions about the broader digital asset industry. The event is organized by Chain of Events, an event organizer specializing in conferences and events for professionals in the blockchain universe. Backed by some of the biggest figures in technology and politics, PBW 2022 welcomed 6,000+ attendees, 300+ speakers, 250 sponsors as well as 400 media and partners. Key 2023 speakers and supporters include: Jean-Noël Barrot, French Minister of Digital Transition and Telecommunications, Stephane Kasriel, Meta, Nicolas Julia, Sorare, Steve Huffman, Reddit, Sébastien Borget, The Sandbox, Ira Auerbach, Nasdaq, Ripplehouse, Bradhouse and many more.

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