TNABC 2016 Ticket Giveaway Closed: The Winner Has Been Chosen!
Editor’s note: If you receive an email saying that you are a winner, you will be asked to provide us with your full name. That way, you will be added to the list, and will be permitted entry upon arriving at the TNABC 2016 venue.
The North American Bitcoin Conference’s (TNABC) 2016 Miami event will kick off tomorrow, January 21. This conference is sure to be a good one; famous names in the Bitcoin community will give talks during the two-day event, including Patrick Byrne, Brock Pierce, Bobby Lee, Jerry Brito, Bruce Fenton, and Tone Vays. On January 15, 2016, we opened a competition to give away a free ticket to the event. This giveaway was a great opportunity to gain access to the conference, as the only tickets left for sale were the $349 USD “Last Minute Tickets. ” Today, the giveaway is closed, and a winner has been chosen.
TNABC 2016 Ticket Giveaway
To enter the giveaway, all our readers had to do was sign up for our daily newsletter. After signing up for our newsletter, readers would get daily emails from us with information relevant to our website and the news we cover. We randomly selected a winner from the list of email subscriptions that came in.
The North American Bitcoin Conference is one of the most popular annual events in the Bitcoin community. The Miami meetup always features big names in the Bitcoin industry, such as high profile Bitcoin entrepreneurs and protocol developers. TNABC has been the site for big announcements for innovations and businesses since its inception — and this year will likely not be any different. With the Bitcoin block size debate in full swing, and the recent proposal of Bitcoin Classic, the discussions attendees will find at TNABC 2016 are sure to be interesting in the very least.
We hope our ticket winner enjoys their time at TNABC 2016. Please keep coming back to Bitcoinist for the best crypto-industry news and more high quality giveaways.
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