What’s Going On In Crypto – March 21-26

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What’s going on in the cryptocurrency next week? Our guide covers the key events taking place in crypto over the coming days.

World Blockchain Summit 2022 (March 22-24)

The World Blockchain Summit is a series of exclusive gatherings held in various places worldwide. The summit brings together the most influential players in the blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem to debate and discuss the industry’s future.

The expo comes in the same month that Dubai announced a crypto framework that will see the region become a local hub for usage and development.

Tickets are still available, which you can pick up from the event’s website.

StormX Governance Snapshot (March 20)

StormX is an app and Chrome browser extension that allows users to earn crypto while shopping, completing tasks, or staking their existing $STMX.
The platform is about to kick off the launch of its governance tokens, staking and voting system. To qualify for governance tokens, the community must carry out a variety of tasks which include:

According to StormX, the more shopping trips, tasks, NFTs, and staking you’ve completed the more governance tokens you can claim. The snapshot will see who has completed these tasks and qualifies for a governance role.

To find out more, click here.

My Space Pug Launch (March 21)

My Space Pug is a play-to-earn NFT game built on the Binance Smart Chain. Initially released as a meme coin, it has evolved into a tool for onboarding new people to BSC and building new solutions for the ecosystem.
The game launches on Monday, with tiers going on sale yesterday for those who want to pug-ticipate.
You can keep up with the Space Pug launch here.

QTUM lists on OKCoinJapan Exchange (March 22)

Qtum might seem like it’s been around forever, but clearly Japan has been missing out all these years. This will be corrected this week however when the QTUM token lists on OKCoinJapan on Tuesday.

Qtum is a proof-of-stake cryptocurrency with a Decentralized Governance Protocol (DGP) that allows smart contracts to change certain blockchain settings, such as extending its block size, without requiring a hard fork.

Qtum, which launched in 2017, announced an NFT minting platform in late 2021 with the QRC-1155 token standard, which the Korean project hopes will lead people to remembering that it exists.