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Virtual Event

Virtual Event Information

We’re pleased to offer this year’s Hyperledger Global Forum keynote and conference sessions to our community in a virtual setting. If you are unable to attend in person this year, please join us online!
Keynote, breakout, and demo theater content will be available virtually on Monday, September 12 and Tuesday, September 13. Workshops on Wednesday, 14 September, will not be available.


To participate as a Virtual Attendee with access to all conference sessions, there is a $25USD registration fee. Interested in viewing the keynotes only? Keynotes will be streamed for free via this website and registration is not required. More information is coming soon!

Register today!


What are the system requirements needed to participate?

We will be using a web-based virtual event platform for Hyperledger Global Forum 2022. You will not need to download any application to participate, and browsers on almost all devices will work. Attendee pre-event emails will include a quick System Check as well so you can ensure you’ll have no problems accessing. Live technical assistance will be available within the event platform during the event to help you troubleshoot any issues.

How will the virtual sessions work?

Sessions will take place at scheduled times just as they would at a face-to-face event. Attendees can build a personalized agenda of sessions they want to attend.  And of course, all sessions will be recorded and available to attendees on-demand after the event.

Will all sessions be recorded?

Yes! Once the event ends, all attendees will be able to access the sessions and other content for 30 days. Additionally, all recorded sessions will be transferred to The Hyperledger Foundation YouTube channel within 8 weeks of the event so they are freely accessible to anyone, anywhere. 

What timezone will Hyperledger Global Forum 2022 be live in?

All sessions will be in Irish Standard Time (GMT+1).

How will the Event Code of Conduct be enforced in a virtual environment?

All participants must abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct in virtual events just as they would at physical ones. We will be monitoring language and images throughout the platform to ensure there are no violations of the CoC, and quickly handle any that we might find. If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns relating to harassment, please contact a member of the conference staff immediately through the Information desk in the event platform, or email Emily Ruf, Senior Event Manager, at eruf@linuxfoundation.org.







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