For a crypto party on crypto tickets: first time ticket release will be in the blockchain
In Moscow, there will be a party for members of the crypto community, which will be released on the basis of the blockchain.
The event will focus on the start of the sales for tokens in the blockchain — a platform for distribution of tickets crypto.tickets, and will take place on the 5th of October at 20.00 Moscow time in the loft space Chateau de Fantomas on the Bersenevskaya embankment.
Expected to attend the crypto party are major investors, miners and other members of the crypto community.
Party tickets will be sold on the beta version of the crypto.tickets platform.
“By purchasing a ticket, you will not only be able to get to the party, but also be able to ensure that the functionality of the sales crypto.tickets is already running” — noted the organizers.
Ticket buyers will receive a bonus of 30% of the cost, which will be returned to them in TKT tokens.
A standard ticket for the party will cost 1500 rubles, and a VIP-ticket will cost 6000 rubles. For online visitors, access to the broadcasting will be 300 rubles.
Crypto.Tickets are registered in Luxembourg, the blockchain platform, the creators of which are Russian developers. Using blockchain technology, they intend to rid the industry of speculators. Blockchain technology also intends to reduce the risk of low ticket sales, because buyers in the system will be able to see all tickets being sold, not just the ones available from certain sellers. On October 5th the platform will start the initial placement of tokens (ICO), which is planned to raise up to $23 million. In the framework of the ICO the company will issue 914 869 281 TKT tokens, which will be used as an internal currency in the crypto.tickets system. The initial cost of the tokens is $0.04.
Early investors are offered discounts: in the first two days on ICO tokens will operate on a discount of 20%, in the third and fourth 10%, fifth, sixth and seventh day — 5%.
The startup has already attracted an investment of $1 million from a group of private investors, of which $250,000 was invested by the Luxembourg Fund 2be.lu Investments.
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