Crypto Policy Bootcamp Comes to Paris and London (March 15 & 18): Sign up Now!

Polygon Labs, the Solana Foundation, Defi Education Fund and NEAR Foundation join forces for crypto policy crash courses in Paris and London – and you’re invited!

Polygon Labs
February 6, 2024
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Crypto Policy Bootcamp is back and better than ever!

After the success of the inaugural Washington, D.C. and New York City Crypto Policy Bootcamps, Polygon Labs, the Solana Foundation, DeFi Education Fund, and NEAR Foundation are once again collaborating to educate those in the Web3 community who are curious about how to contribute to the intersection of Web3 and governmental policy.

The Bootcamps will take place in Paris on March 15 and London on March 18, focusing on key E.U. and U.K. policy questions, respectively. Applications are now live! Space is limited–only 25 spots for each bootcamp. So get your application in today, and come join us.

As always, the focus of the bootcamp will be on a simple reality: “Policy” is a doing word.

Crypto policy is in the midst of a crucial moment. This game-changing technology is being contemplated by policymakers and leaders worldwide. Now more than ever, our space needs advocates who not only know their stuff, but who know how to communicate in ways that can push policy discourse forward and bring revolutionary innovations to everyone.

While U.S. rule-makers dither, Europe is paving the way forward with directives like Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MiCA). At the same time, London has emerged as a hub for all things crypto and blockchain.

This tech we value needs–and deserves–strong proponents in every country, at every level of governance, and in every part of society. Join the Crypto Policy Bootcamp to learn how you can do your part to advocate for crypto and Web3. Everyone and anyone can hone their skills and contribute in their own way to the crypto policy landscape.

So apply for the Crypto Policy Bootcamp and learn about the core lessons of crypto advocacy, including but not limited to:

  • There are many ways to be an advocate, and your crypto know-how matters
  • Storytelling matters–and is a skill worth honing
  • Policymaking is a long journey, with many important steps along the way–all of which can benefit from knowledgeable advocacy

We look forward to seeing you soon in Paris and London!

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