Announcing the ETHGlobal 2022 Season

We know everyone is busy this time of year, so we’ll try to be brief—thank you for making this year such an incredible success.

We’ve been working overtime behind-the-scenes to gain and analyze feedback from our community, and we couldn’t be more excited to share some of what we have in store for next year — we’ll be scaling up our efforts tremendously to help onboard more members into the web3 ecosystem and 2022 will be a mix of online and IRL hackathons.

We’ll be running 6 in-person events across the world along with at least 10 online hackathons next year and continuing some online favorites like HackMoney, ETHOnline, and HackFS, and bringing back some familiar cities like ETHSanFrancisco, and ETHNewYork.

We have 6 more hackathons still in stealth mode so keep an eye out for further announcements on our 2022 events calendar on ethglobal.com and join the community at discord.gg/ethglobal to stay in the know.

Read below for an alpha leak of our year ahead…

🤪 NFTHack (January 14–16)

Join us January 14–16 as we return our all-time favorite weekend hackathon. Strap in for three days of hacking and summit celebrating everything happening around NFTs.

💌 Signup at nft.ethglobal.com

🏮ETHAmsterdam (April 22–24)

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Join us April 22–24 as the Ethereum community converges upon Amsterdam for what we’re sure will be an unforgettable week and weekend. Strap in for three days of hacking, summits, and side events celebrating the energy in the ecosystem and setting an optimistic tone for the rest of the year.

💌 Join the ETHAmsterdam mailing list to be the first to know more!

🤑 HackMoney (May)

Our DeFi focused online hackathon will continue for the 3rd year at defi.ethglobal.com.

🗽ETHNewYork (June 24–26)

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We’ve been itching to bring a community event back to NYC since we closed out the last ETHNewYork in 2019. Leveraging the excitement and support of the New York web3 community, we’re proud to announce that we’ll be back for more this June.

(Details TBA, but we’ll offer free high-fives if you can guess the location).

👉Join our mailing list so you don’t miss out!

🗄 HackFS (July)

We’ll be continuing HackFS for the 3rd year in a row in partnership with Protocol Labs over at hackfs.ethglobal.com.

🇲🇽ETHMexicoCity (August 19–21)

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ETHMexicoCity is one you won’t want to miss. Located in the heart of the nation’s crypto scene, come prepared for a strong showing from the Mexican crypto diaspora—and a good time.

Will you be coming to ETHMexicoCity? Stay updated with our mailing list.

🌎 ETHOnline (September)

Our biggest online event will happen again next September at online.ethglobal.com.

🌉ETHSanFrancisco (Nov 4–6)

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The energy and excitement at the first ETHSanFrancisco will be hard to top, but we have our eyes set on delivering an even more impactful experience. The entire ecosystem is buzzing with excitement at the possibility of meeting IRL, and San Francisco has the creativity, community, and captivating scenery to make it magical.

ETHSanFrancisco 2022 will be the year’s premier Ethereum event on the west coast, so don’t miss your chance to see your SF friend’s apartments one last time before they move to Miami.

Join the mailing list here.

🇹🇼ETHTaipei (Dec 2–4)

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You read that right, we’re coming to East Asia — and you’re invited! We’ve been working behind the scenes with the crypto community on the ground and are excited to share the details soon, so clear your calendar for an incredible weekend.

Hit this link to join our mailing list and get exclusive updates on our future events.

🇨🇴ETHBogota (Q4 2022)

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Whenever Devcon happens, we’ll be running ETHBogota right alongside it. Don’t miss the biggest web3 developer meetup of the year.

Sign up for our mailing list updates to stay in the know.

🦠 A note on COVID-19…

Going back to in-person events requires the utmost caution, and it is not a decision we arrived at lightly. Our commitment to the Ethereum community is hard-wired in our DNA. We will do everything in our power to maintain the highest safety standards and security in our events.

Strict adherence to local health procedures, in addition to comprehensive testing, will be an integral part of our events for the foreseeable future. If it becomes clear that we are unable to safely host an event in a given location, we may be forced to cancel or postpone an event listed above. We appreciate your understanding.

We couldn’t be more excited to build in-person events again and connect with all of you for the first time in what feels like ages. Please feel free to reach out to learn more about safety and security at our events.

See you in 2022,

❤️ The ETHGlobal Team

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