Win Tickets to Attend the Blockchain Futurist Conference, Canada’s No. 1 Blockchain Event

When the Blockchain Futurist Conference gets going, Aug. 13-14, 2019, in Toronto, Ontario, you could be one of the lucky guests attending the event free of charge. Win free admission to Canada’s largest, most high-profile blockchain event just by filling out and submitting an entry form, found here: http://ccw.fm/a8X1C.

The contest – Blockchain Futurist Conference 2019 Giveaway – is sponsored by CryptoCurrencyWire, a division of a 38-brand multifaceted media organization that publishes daily content to over 5,000 news and information portals. One lucky grand prize winner will win a pair of VIP tickets to the Blockchain Futurist Conference valued at $3,000! Ten runners-up will each receive general admission tickets valued at $400. The contest closes on July 21 at 11:59 p.m. EST. Full contest terms and conditions can be found at www.cryptocurrencywire.com/blockchain-futurist-giveaway/.

The Blockchain Futurist Conference offers the opportunity to mingle and network with over 2,000 attendees who will gather to discuss blockchain, artificial intelligence and other disruptive technologies. The conference is being hosted by event management company Untraceable at the Rebel Entertainment Complex & Cabana, located at 11 Polson St. in Toronto. This entertainment complex, which boasts a $50 million sound and lighting stage, will host two levels of exhibitor booths and includes the Cabana Pool Bar, an ideal setting for making valuable contacts and setting new deals in motion. With such a backdrop, Untraceable’s Blockchain Futurist Conference promises to be a delightful mix of blockchain, business and relaxation.

Keynote speakers will include Alex Lightman, CEO of Token Communities; Anthem Blanchard, CEO of AnthemGold & HERC; Tone Vays, content creator, derivatives trader and consultant, formerly of Bear Stearns and JP Morgan Chase; and Sascha Darius Mojtahedi, CEO of Bunz. TokenCommunities is an investment vehicle which specializes in incubating, advising and managing companies in the blockchain and distributed ledger technologies space, including those involved in smart contracts, Decentralized Applications (DApps) and crowdfunding token sales a.k.a. Token Generation Events (TGEs). AnthemGold, Inc. has issued its own AGLD asset tokens and is using the Hercules Supply Chain Blockchain Protocol to validate the custody of the gold bars backing those tokens. Bunz offers a trade platform with its own currency, the BTZ (pronounced bits). With a base of 300,000 users, 200 retail shops, 3.5 million transactions in BTZ and over 80,000 wallets holding BTZ, Bunz has been quietly growing under the radar.

The Blockchain Futurist Conference begins with a bash: an Opening Night Party on Monday, Aug. 12, from 7 p.m. to midnight. Day 1 of the conference will run from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., to be directly followed by the Rebel Networking Event. Day 2 of the conference is a 9 a.m.-6 p.m. marathon of discussion and presentations. The event ends with a closing networking party at the Cabana Poolside, bringing to a close the most immersive, experiential and highly engaging technology event you will ever attend.

For more information, visit the event’s website at www.Futurist19.com

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