The Startup Plan for the Conference Center has been published for those who contributed land to the Conference Center last year, in preparation for a vote on it.
If you were a land contributor, and have not already registered, please do so now, at:
You will then be given access to the Contributors channels in our Discord Server.
Prototyping of Decentraland experiences can be done in A-Frame.
A first prototype of a few parts of the Conference Center has been created, and can be visited here:
Lynette Wilson, our Director of Operations and Marketing, wrote an inspiring article yesterday on her participation in Decentraland.
Why is Owning Land in Decentraland Important to Me?
The leadership team of the Decentraland Conference Center, in consultation with our General Counsel, authorized the district’s incorporation, which has been completed. We are now incorporated in Wyoming in the USA.
The leadership team for the Decentraland Conference Center now consists of
- Carl Fravel, District Leader and Chief Executive Officer
- Ben Snipes, General Counsel
- Lynette Wilson, Director of Operations and Marketing
- Gretchen Krutz, Director of Design
- Rob Dixon, Independent Board Member
The leadership team has created a working draft of the Conference Center layout. It is expected to evolve as we see the 3D build come together, but it’s a great start….
By the deadline in December, over 60 people had contributed a total of 799 parcels of land to the Decentraland Conference Center.
That gives us nearly 20 acres or 8 hectares to work with, over 240m x 330m of space, making it a very large conference center even by Terran standards.
Thank you for participating! We look forward to working together to build the premier Virtual Reality conference and meeting facility.
Decentraland invited people to propose themed districts in Genesis City, the 3km x 3km city at the center of Decentraland, and allowed people to contribute land parcels toward these districts.
We’ve proposed a Decentraland Conference Center.
Concept art from the Baha’i center and gardens in Second Life