Gmoney, Art Blocks, MoonPay, and More


Today, nft now and Mana Common announced the first phase of activating partners for “The Gateway: A Web3 Metropolis.” Taking place from November 29 to December 3, the five-day festival is powered by MoonPay and will be open for free to the registered public.

The event will feature immersive installations from a multidisciplinary array of partners, ranging from web3 powerhouses like 9dcc by gmoney, Art Blocks, MoonPay, and RTFKT and esports organization FaZe Clan, to longer-tenured players like Christie’s and Instagram, alongside leading artists, musicians, speakers, and communities. 

Request a free ticket here to join “The Gateway: A Web3 Metropolis.”

“Last year’s ‘Gateway’ ushered NFTs into the mainstream and captured the public’s imagination, giving the industry a glimpse into the game-changing potential of Web3 technology,” said nft now co-founder and president Alejandro Navia. “We’re thrilled to partner with leading innovators who share our vision to empower the creators of culture and unite the Web3 community for an event that showcases the scale of this technology’s integration into our everyday lives.”

“As Downtown Miami’s historic Flagler District rises once again, it will be the home of Miami’s burgeoning technology sector,” said Albert Berdellans, vice president of marketing and communications for Mana Common. “Miami is now a hub for the entire Web3 industry, and we’re happy to showcase what that could mean for the neighborhood’s future.”

“The Gateway will bring a talented, diverse, and disruptive collection of artists and digital creators to Miami. This immersive experience is a celebration of Web3 and the creativity that defines the space and its constant evolution,” said MoonPay CEO and co-founder Ivan Soto-Wright. “We’ve developed a cultural nucleus that spans the digital and physical, showcasing today’s most brilliant creators and their works of art, effortlessly drawing audiences into our vision of the future.”

The Gateway: A Web3 Metropolis will take over two city blocks and 12 buildings across the Flagler District of Downtown Miami. Hours of operation are 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST daily. Festival programming is set to include panels, fireside chats, digital and IRL galleries, announcements, auctions, and more. 

More information on artists, speakers, musicians, partners, and programming will follow. To request an invitation to the event, please visit nftnow.com/thegateway.



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