World Crypto Conference 2019 Integrates Blockchain Ticketing Through Blockparty and FomoHunt

World Crypto Conference 2019

World Crypto
, an annual blockchain conference organized by EVOLV taking place
in Las Vegas, has announced that early-bird tickets for its upcoming event are now
on sale and exclusively offered through blockchain-powered live events
platforms Blockparty and FomoHunt with crypto payments accepted.

This year, World Crypto Conference will return to The Cosmopolitan Hotel on October 29 to 31, marking the second edition of the event. World Crypto Conference 2019 will feature speakers including Jesse Lund of IBM Blockchain and Brendan Eich, creator of JavaScript and the Mozilla project.

“We’re excited to be one of the first blockchain conferences to utilize blockchain ticketing. As a blockchain conference, we think it’s important to be utilizing the technologies that we espouse,” said Adam Williams, CEO of the World Crypto Conference.

“It’s vital that our industry supports its entrepreneurs and we’re pleased to be taking a lead role. I’m also genuinely excited about what the technology can offer in terms of helping us drive sales while maintaining transparency.”

World Crypto Conference is using the Blockparty and FomoHunt
platforms to enable ticket payments in both cryptocurrency and fiat currencies.

FomoHunt describes itself as a “social discovery platform for cryptocurrencies” that features dataset on crypto and blockchain founders, teams and events, while Blockparty provides a blockchain-based live event ticketing platform that aims to improve the event ticket purchasing process, and eradicate bots and fraud.

a combination
of digital identity, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) representing
tickets, and on/off chain and batch processing, Blockparty has built a system
that enables event producers, venues, performers, fans and ticketing companies
to interact securely and effectively in both primary and secondary ticket

At the center of the Blockparty Protocol is a digital
identity technology that…

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