Bridging the Gap Between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 The Great Migration

clock2.png Wednesday November 9, 2022 | 9:30-11:30

loc2.png Google for Startups, Ha-Umanim St 12, Tel Aviv-Yafo and livestreamed via Zoom

Event Details


Join Entrée Capital and Collider Ventures for a panel discussion on bridging the gap between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0.


Hear from representatives of leading Web 2.0 corporates moving toward Web 3.0 (like MAX) the crypto startups enabling the move (like Hexagate, Sepana, and Horizen Labs), with opening remarks by Chengpeng Mou (crypto investor at CapitalG, Google’s investment arm).


Learn about how both Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 entrepreneurs can harness opportunities in the current bear market to accelerate a Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 migration.

Topics of discussion will include: 

  • Practical steps on how Web 2.0 companies can enter the Web 3.0 space and play a role in the next wave of Web 3.0 innovation
  • Best practices for crypto-native teams to help Web 2.0 companies shift closer to Web 3.0 
  • Lessons learnt from Web 2.0 companies on how Web 3.0 startups can benefit users at scale and onboard consumers en-masse
  • How Web 2.0 entrepreneurs can understand their product-market fit with current Web 3.0 applications
  • And more…


?Event will be in-person in Tel Aviv  as well as live-streamed via Zoom

? You will receive an email a few days prior to the event confirming your in-person or virtual attendance status.

⏰ Doors open at 9:30am. Panel and livestream will begin promptly at 10am.

? Light breakfast refreshments will be served.


Please email with any questions.

Speakers and Moderators

Chengpeng MouCrypto Investor, CapitalG

Chengpeng Mou is an investor at CapitalG. He leads investing efforts in crypto, gaming and Asia. During his time at CapitalG, he has played a leadership role on investments in Digital Currency Group, Fireblocks, Niantic, Cloud Light (China), and Full Truck Alliance (China). He sits on the board of directors at Cloud Light and Cuemath (India) and is a board observer at CarDekho (India). He is also involved with portfolio companies Innolight (China) and Thumbtack.

Liat AaronsonCo-founder and COO, Horizen Labs

Liat Aaronson is a co-founder and COO at Horizen Labs, a blockchain technology company building innovative blockchain solutions and token advisory services. Before that she was the COO of Selina, a high growth start-up in the hospitality space, and prior to that, a Partner at Marker LLC, a leading Israel-New York based venture capital firm. Prior to joining Marker, Liat was the Executive Director of the Zell Entrepreneurship Program at IDC, where many successful companies, including Gift’s Project, Wibiya, Wibbitz, Bizzabo, Argus, Loox and Overwolf were founded. She holds a B.A. in political economy of industrial societies (economics and political science, cum laude) from the University of California at Berkeley, an LL.B. and MBA from Tel Aviv University, and an LL.M. in European Law from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands (cum laude).

Yaniv NissenboimCo-Founder and CEO of Hexagate

Yaniv is the CEO and Co-Founder at Hexagate, a Web3.0 cyber security company. With over 20 years of experience in the cybersecurity field where he worked in both business and technical roles, Yaniv took the mission to make Web3.0 access secure, reliable and transparent for everyone. Yaniv is an entrepreneur and business leader with a successful track record at fast-growing companies, he co-founded two deep-tech startups where he managed business development, product, sales and marketing, leading strategic transactions with multinational corporations. Previously, at a cybersecurity unit of the Israeli Intelligence Corps, Yaniv led R&D projects for critical infrastructure systems and gained hands-on experience in cybersecurity and embedded systems. Yaniv holds a BSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Magna Cum Laude) from Ben Gurion University.

Daniel KeyesCo-Founder and CEO of Sepana

Daniel is the co-founder of Sepana, a crypto startup building the decentralized search infrastructure for blockchains and web3. Prior to Sepana, Daniel was the Co-Founder and CEO of, an advanced search engine that uses AI and NLP to summarize research. Before that, Daniel was the Managing Student Partner at, the first student-focused Venture Capital Firm in Israel. Daniel served in an R&D division in an Elite IDF Technology Unit, and graduated from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem with a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering where he majored in Machine Learning.

Lior KerenProduct Manager, Max

Lior Keren is a Fintech Product Manager at Max (Former "Leumi Card"), the fastest-growing credit card company in Israel, where he works on bridging the gap between business and technology. His current focus is on developing fintech products such as the first Israeli Crypto credit card. Prior to MAX, Lior was the VP Sales & Business Development of Tranzila and Sales Director at Pelephone.

Tomer NivCrypto Investor, Entrée Capital

Tomer Niv began his crypto career in 2017 at the Israeli Crypto broker Bits of Gold after several business development roles in other sectors. Thereafter Tomer joined eToro and led their Crypto, DeFi, NFT and Metaverse strategy and business for 3 years, before joining Entrée Capital, where he now heads Entrée's crypto efforts. Tomer is also a Mentor in the Crypto accelerator Outlier Ventures and in The Adelson School of Entrepreneurship at the Reichman University (IDC Herzliya). Tomer is a certified attorney who holds LL.B. and LL.M. in Law and B.A. in Business Administration from Reichman University (IDC Herzliya).

Adam BenayounFounding Partner, Collider Ventures

Adam founded Collider Ventures in 2018 - the first native web3 Israeli fund overseeing more than $150m. Adam is also a founding member of the Israeli blockchain & web3 companies forum that represents the entire ecosystem and works and educates the various regulators and lawmakers. Adam is also an active Angel Investor since 2016 having invested in more than 30 web3 projects globally. Prior to Collider, Adam was the Israeli partner at 500 Startups - a global seed fund and accelerator based out of San Francisco. Adam led the investments in more than 25 companies at the pre-seed & seed stages, cementing 500 Startups position in the highly competitive Israeli ecosystem. Before joining 500 Startups, Adam founded a venture studio working directly with more than 15 projects that raised collectively hundreds of millions from top tier VC investors. Adam also founded Binpress - a marketplace for commercial open source software which was acquired in 2015.

Yoav TzukerCMO, Collider Ventures

Yoav is the former CMO of Payem, the Chief Innovation and Ecosystem at Natural Intelligence, the CEO of Publicis Media and the Category Manager at P&G.