Prof. Ye Wang delivers a presentation at the Web3 Scholars Conference 2024

Prof. Ye Wang, Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science of the Faculty of Science and Technology (FST) of UM and a member of the APAEM Smart Tourism Team, recently presented at the Web3 Scholars Conference 2024 in Hong Kong on April 9. His presentation, titled “Unveiling the Success Strategies of MEV Bots: Making Money in the Web3 Ecosystem,” offered valuable insights into the topic.

The Web3 Scholars Conference 2024, organized by DRK Lab and co-organized by Cyberport Hong Kong, focused on technological and organizational innovations within the blockchain ecosystem. The conference featured 16 keynote speeches and one roundtable discussion, encompassing important topics such as Scaling, ZK, Security, Consensus, Liquidity, Decentralization & AI. Drawing the participation of over 1,000 attendees, including scholars, researchers, and industry practitioners, the conference provided a collaborative platform to explore the future of Web3 academia and foster cooperation and communication between academia and industry through in-depth discussions and visionary perspectives on key Web3 subjects.