Jamie Burke, Jennifer Senhaji and David B.Hoppe will be discussing how Blockchain technology has enabled the gaming and digital media industries in establishing and growing their presence in a decentralized global market for digital assets. During the conversation our speakers will share their experience in how they have been navigating and developing a public awareness about the adoption of NFTs x DeFi.
Join our guest speakers and ask questions live during this panel conversation. This event will be live streamed on the Blockchain Game Alliance Twitter and YouTube channels on October 8th, at 5PM CEST.
Our Guest Speakers
As an early investor in Bitcoin and Ether Jamie went ‘all in’ during 2013 founding Outlier Ventures, Europe’s 1st venture fund and platform dedicated to blockchain and Web 3. Since then we have built a portfolio including industry-defining projects such as Brave Browser, Fetch.ai, Ocean Protocol, DIA Data, Enigma / Secret Network and developed an award-winning Web 3 accelerator working with 30 pre-seed startups a year who we have helped raise over $130m in growth capital. Jamie has also a growing personal NFT digital fine art collection.
As a Business Development Representative for the Maker Foundation, Jennifer Senhaji focuses on increasing business opportunities for the organization, setting objectives and identifying methods to reach development goals. Prior to joining the Foundation, Jennifer worked with startups and Fortune 500 companies in various digital media sales and business development roles. The Maker Foundation is the organization facilitating the development of MakerDAO. MakerDAO governs the Maker Protocol and Dai, the world’s first decentralized, collateral-backed stablecoin on the Ethereum blockchain. Dai mitigates volatility through an autonomous system of smart contracts called the Maker Protocol, and through decentralized community governance.
Over twenty-five years of experience negotiating and closing a broad range of international transactions, covering media, technology, esports, video games, entertainment and VR/AR and including content/technology licensing, M&A and joint ventures, blockchain/cryptocurrencies, VC finance, and general corporate support for startups as well as large international enterprises. Experience includes several years with two major international law firms, based in New York City, Tokyo, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Los Angeles and in-house as international counsel to a NASDAQ-listed Silicon Valley internet media company and general counsel, North America, to a major Japanese video game publisher.