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Co-Founder & CTO of Xctuality, Adrian Oliveiro part of “World Changers Summit 2023”

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The entrepreneur Adrian Oliveiro is going to be a Guest of Honor at the “World Changers Summit 2023,” sharing over 18 years of experience in the tech industry.

Adrian works in software and spends his spare time tinkering with hardware. The Nanyang Polytechnic graduate is the self-proclaimed geek of the Xctuality trio and is the brains behind the company’s research and technology. With an innate desire to learn, Adrian is always experimenting, hacking, and learning new skills.

Adrian brings his depth and breadth of technical and real-world experiences into reality at Xctuality. Leveraging on his curiosity and early experience in community engagement and virtual worlds, Adrian has been trying to actualize his ideas of a metaverse for everyone ever since his early deployments processed over 200,000 touch points and over 1.5 million transactions since entering the virtual world industry in 2004.
In his free time, Adrian enjoys playing strategy games, keeping up-to-speed with the latest developments in IoT, metaverse, and crypto, as well as 3D modeling and printing while interacting with the local hacker/maker movement, all the while maintaining his virtual brands in SecondLife.

Adrian Oliveiro will be a Guest of Honor at the “World Changers Summit 2023”, which will be held on July 5th at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City.


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  • Mrs. Feta is the Executive Direcetor of the ‘Institute for Advance Studies & Cooperation’ and has also worked for three years at the Ministry of Finance and Economy in Albania in the Treasury Department. She is well acquainted with the financial legislation on which a government operates and with the entire executive process. She also has diverse experience as an assistant lector at “Epoka University”, a jurnalist and researcher at “Albanian Enterprise Institute” and “Gramoz Pashko Institute”.