GDC AfterParty by OnePiece Labs and Upland

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GDC AfterParty by OnePiece Labs and Upland

GDC AfterParty by OnePiece Labs and Upland

By Open Future Forum

When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, March 22 · 6 - 9pm PDT


celo 500 Treat Ave San Francisco, CA 94110

About this event

  • 3 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

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​Join us for the BEST GDC Afterparty

​What connections are you looking for during GDC? Investors, Co-founders, Startups, Builders, Market Makers, Community Leaders, or Someone Else? Well, whoever you are looking for, you can find them at this party.

​About OnePiece Labs

OnePiece Labs is a one-stop Web3 incubator based in Silicon Valley. We had 22 amazing startups in our previous cohort and our speakers came from MultiCoin, Pantera, Figment, Kraken, Coinbase, etc. 6 out of these 22 startups raised $20M right after our cohort. We'll have 4 batches in 2023 including Metaverse, ZK, Move and Web3 Games. If you are interested in learning more about our programs, please apply HERE.


Upland ( is an open web3 platform for the metaverse mapped to the real world. The company’s mission is to build one of the leading and most dynamic maker-communities through a strong entrepreneur economy that allows players, creators, developers, and brands to manufacture goods and experiences, monetize assets, and provide utility and fun to other players.

​About OnePiece Labs Afterparty

OPL aims to build a bonded and helpful Web3 community and you can see us in each of the big Web3 conferences. We hosted an afterparty during DCMiami 2022 and totally 500+PPL showed up. This year we'll host afterparties during ETHDenver, Consensus, Permissionless and DCMiami. If you'd like to follow our events, please fill this FORM.

​Event Details​​​​

📆 Date: Mar 22, 2023

🕔 Time: 6-9 PM MST

🍺 Food&Beverage: Drinks and snacks

​​​Event Hosts

OnePieceLabs, “A Web3-focused incubator working with founders to build amazing companies.”


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