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OpenPayd at Converge22


San Francisco


San Francisco. September 2022. For three days, the city will be the epicentre of all things crypto, Web3.0 and DeFi as Converge22 rolls into town.

So of course, we had to be there. If you want to catch up with Team OpenPayd, you can book an appointment, and we’ll see you in San Francisco!  

We’ll be at Converge22 to share how OpenPayd is helping bridge the gap between fiat and crypto, with payments and banking infrastructure to power your growth. 

Whether that means overhauling your fiat payments infrastructure with virtual IBANs, or providing real-time payment settlement via SEPA Instant and Faster Payments, we can help!

What to do in San Francisco 

We asked some of the OpenPayd team for their recommendations for anyone heading to Converge22 for their favourite things to do in San Francisco. See what they shared: 

Where to eat 

“There’s a Philz Coffee a few blocks from the Moscone Center which is well worth the walk. For dinner, it’s a bit of a trek but try Franciscan Crab in Fisherman’s Wharf; it’s a must-visit.”
-Diviya Marasini, Demand Generation Manager

“While you’re in San Francisco, you definitely have to go to at least one of the speakeasies in town. There are a few I’d recommend; The Pawn Shop is close to the Converge22 venue, Bourbon and Branch or The Remedie Room are also great places to visit.”
- Daniel Belda Head of Product Strategy

What to do: 

“The Morrison Planetarium and Botanical Gardens are great places to go if you have a bit of down time and want a nice drink or a quick bite to eat.

“Many people end up only staying in San Francisco, but if you take the short ferry ride to Sausalito there are quite a few good bars where you can have dinner and a drink - just don't forget to catch the last ferry back!”
- Daniel Belda Head of Product Strategy

“If you’re staying for the weekend, San Fran has some great hikes. Slackers Hill just over the Golden Gate Bridge is my favourite. Otherwise the Filbert Street Steps up to Coit Tower is a gentler walk that’s closer to your hotel. If walking isn’t your thing, Napa Valley is a great day trip.”
- Diviya Marasini, Demand Generation Manager