CoinCentral Partners with World Crypto Con on Oct 31st in Las Vegas
World Crypto Con will be taking over the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas on October 31st to November 2nd and will provide a global stage for industry leaders such as Charlie Shrem (Bitcoin Foundation), Vinny Lingham (Civic), Brock Pierce (Bitcoin Foundation + EOS), Ronnie Moas (Standpoint Research), Tim Draper (Draper University), Tammy Camp (Stronghold), Michael Terpin (Transform Group), Charlie Lee (Litecoin), and more. The event is expected to bring 5,000+ attendees to over 200,000 sq ft of event space.
CoinCentral is partnering with World Crypto Con to support the exploration of various hot-button topics right at the heart of the Vegas Strip. The city of Las Vegas has made large strides in recent years to rebrand itself as a tech center, and the resurgence of cryptocurrency entrepreneurship and events such as WCC are bringing a new wave of life to the Las Vegas tech scene.
But that’s not all. We’re really excited about the other events going on during World Crypto Con. Here’s what’s up:
Blockchain Poker Tournament
WCC is partnering with Decent.Bet to host the world’s first “blockchain poker tournament”.
Each of the nine tables will have one poker professional and one crypto figure, including our very own Doug Polk and Ryan Fee. Other notable participants in the poker tournament include Brock Pierce, Charlie Lee, Charlie Shrem, Bobby Lee, Sam Abernathy, Scotty Nguyen, Lacey Jones, and Jeff Gross.
Buy-ins start at $500 in BTC.
Cryptoween with Steve Aoki
On October 31st, attendees will be shuttled over to Omnia Nightclub in Caeser’s Palace where Steve Aoki will be playing. The 75,000 sq foot multi-level venue has everything from the high-energy main club and balcony stage to an outdoor terrace that overlooks the Las Vegas Strip.
Live Art with V E S A
Critically acclaimed crypto artist and filmmaker V E S A has created art that has been seen by more than 300 million people. He will be putting on a live performance and keynote to inspire fresh ideas on merging blockchain, creativity, and marketing.
MEGA CRYPTO Party
Another night, another crypto party. On Friday, November 2nd, attendees are invited to go to JEWEL Nightclub for a MEGA CRYPTO party (artists TBA).
Token Tank LIVE
18 teams have been selected to compete for massive prize packages in front of judges like Ronnie Moas, Daniel Skowronski, and Brock Pierce.
Each speaker gets five minutes to pitch their project or ICO in front of a live audience in an attempt to win the grand prize of a listing on DX Exchange, $100,000 Sponsorship/Exhibitor Package for WCC 2019, $12,000 value in KYC services from Blockpass, and more.
Final Thoughts – + 50% off for our readers!
World Crypto Con presents a sharp, fun intersection of blockchain, mainstream culture, and Las Vegas nightlife. We’ve also managed to snag our readers a whopping 50% off the ticket price with the code: COINCENTRAL.
You can buy tickets here.
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