[EVENT] Lux & NFT Convergence: This Mon, 5 July, 6pm BST

Updated: Jul 4, 2021

This is your invitation to join us on Monday, 5 July, 2021, 6pm, BST

We're stepping inside the convergence of Lux and NFT, complete with an up close and personal look at a real-time venture already pioneering this space. And it's happening this Monday, 6pm, BST over on Clubhouse (now available on Android)


Ash Costello, co-author of What's Hot in Blockchain and Crypto, volume 1 and 2. Ash is a blockchain and privacy lawyer, with a background in financial services law.

Kate Bauchereal, co-author of What's Hot in Blockchain and Crypto, volume 1 and 2, Kate is a speaker, writer, and digital strategist specialising in the application of blockchain and emerging technologies in business. She is the author of several books including Blockchain Hurricane: Origins, Applications and Future of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (BEP 2020) and the SimCavalier series of cybercrime sci-fi thrillers.

Bridget Greenwood, Founder, The Bigger Pie, supporting women in blockchain & emerging tech

Genevieve Leveille, CEO, AgriLedger, social enterprise using distributed ledger technology. Innovative Entrepreneur, Global Speaker, 2019 FT Top 100 BAME in Technology in UK, 2020 FDM Everywoman Finalist


How Lux and NFT are converging, with a real time look at cryptocarbon.networks, a catalyst-venture, pioneering this space.


About your IP rights

Up and downs of digital twinning (NFTs and Physical Items)


Change Agents, Innovators, Tech Pioneers, Tech Enthusiasts, Lux Lovers, Lux Advocates, Lux Professionals, Digital Art Lovers and the Crypto Community.



Special clubhouse RSVP link - people can skip the waitlist if not signed up. https://www.clubhouse.com/event/M6VW7NgA

Clubhouse is available on Apple and Android

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Date & Time:

6pm, BST

Monday, 5 July 2021

Join Clubhouse:

There are two ways you can join Clubhouse.

1. When someone joins the app, they’re allowed to invite one other person from their contacts. Someone who has your phone number — usually a close friend or acquaintance — can invite you this way. The more someone moderates or speaks, the more invites they’re allowed to send out.

2. Another method is by registering interest on the Clubhouse website. You can download the app to reserve your Clubhouse username. Your friends using the app will get a notification that you’ve registered interest and will be able to let you in, without using one of their official Clubhouse invites.


Website: https://www.cryptocarbon.network/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cryptocarbonnet

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