Sensorium Corporation made a bright and virtual splash at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the snowy village of Davos, Switzerland from January 16 to 20 of this year. Invited at the end of 2019 to join the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC), as one of the GBBC’s newest members Sensorium proudly collaborated in the creation of the GBBC Blockchain Central Davos.
Located in the Hotel Europe on the Promenade in Davos, the Blockchain Central was the hot-spot for all things distributed ledger technology (DLT). Partnering with Concensys, Microsoft, Hyperledger, IBM, Fidelity and many other well-known companies, Sensorium co-sponsored a series of talks about the role of the blockchain in the Media & Entertainment Industry and most importantly the necessity for establishing a blockchain infrastructure in social virtual reality projects. Alex Blagirev and Nikita Bokarev were active participants in the round-tables and talks.
Attended by over a thousand delegates from the economic forum, Sensorium’s participation in the Blockchain Central culminated in one of the week’s hottest parties beginning with a brief presentation to the packed house by Sensorium’s Brian Kean and Nikita Bokarev. At the same time a product demo was shared with the assembled VR enthusiasts.
The Sensorium-sponsored party culminated in an explosive drum solo by Matt Sorum, drummer from the rock behemoth Guns & Roses. His playing sent the crowd into a champagne-induced frenzy. Overall, the week was a large success and demonstrated to the institutional blockchain world that the future is not only real but will very importantly also be virtual. Sensorium launched its official partnership with GBBC on a great note and plans to head back to Davos in 2021.