Tether Operations Limited, the issuer of Tether (USDT), and the City of Lugano have announced that they will be giving away 1 Bitcoin (BTC) to those who purchase entry tickets in the upcoming period. Forum ₿ Plan conspiracy.
The event, scheduled for October 28 and 29, will take place in the picturesque Swiss city, on the border with Italy. The contest states that three forum ticket holders can win 1 BTC blockchain ticket prize.
“We are excited to introduce yet another way for attendees to experience the power and potential of Bitcoin while creating an engaging moment during the conference,” said Tether CTO Paolo Ardoino.
He added that by giving up a single bitcoin, the company hopes to “inspire more people to join the digital economy.” Regulators believe it is necessary to educate more users to promote the long-term and widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies.
Tether reported that the Bitcoin blocks generated on the afternoon of October 29 will be used to select the three lucky winners. Only ticket holders who have registered in the ₿ Plan forum will be able to participate in the Bitcoin draw.
The prize pool will be split as follows: Two Full Entry/Cyberpunk ticket holders will be eligible to win 0.4 BTC each. The remaining 0.2 BTC will be given to the general/student ticket holder.
Prominent intellectual figures and innovators from the world of digital finance have been invited to the Forum. The discussion will revolve around how Bitcoin is revolutionizing the world from a social and economic point of view in the areas of government, companies, people and technologies.
The event will also serve to promote a broad discussion on freedom of communication and finances. It will delve into various topics such as unintermediation in finance, as well as access to financial services, banking delinquency, and regulation.
Plan ₿ Forum is the premier Bitcoin conference that brings together the world’s leading figures in the blockchain industry, including technologists and entrepreneurs discussing the state of BTC.
They will discuss the real impact and potential of decentralized technologies. But there are also equally qualified guest speakers such as Stella Assange, wife of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, El Zonte Capital founder Max Keizer, and Cypherpunk and computer scientist Nick Szabo.