TechNext is hosting Africa’s biggest cryptocurrency gathering on Thursday and apart from the insight that attendees will gain from the meeting, there are also giveaways and fringe benefits attached.
Attendees of the event stand to win cryptocurrency worth $10,000 in Bitcoin, USDT, other tokens and also free internet.
GIGXPAD is giving away bitcoins and USDT worth $10,000. The crypto arm of the logistics company, GIG is giving away these digital currencies as one of the sponsors of the event.
GIGXPAD is a company whose goal is to be a bridge between DeFi and real-world assets across Africa by leveraging blockchain technology to help businesses access funding and bring investment opportunities to retail investors.
Kurobi is a platform that allows users to get close to their audience and monetize their time using Solana blockchain. Users can accept bookings in their free time, sell NFT tickets to live events and get paid anywhere in the world on the platform.
3 lucky attendees of the event stand a chance of winning tokens worth $50 courtesy of Kurobi.
Zenith Chain is a digital peer to peer network that aims to implement a use case specific blockchain, designed to efficiently handle one single function: the transfer of assets from one party to another.
5,000 Zenith tokens are up for grabs for attendees of the coinference.
N1,000 to ALL attendess
This giveaway is sponsored by Quidax, a digital assets exchange that allows users to seamlessly buy and sell cryptocurrency with their local currency.
ntel is Nigeria’s most revolutionary 4G/LTE-Advanced network that delivers superfast call-connect times, crystal clear Voice-over-LTE and high-speed Internet access (up to 100Mbps).
Attendees of the TechNext coinference will enjoy the most advanced broadband-based solutions and supreme service provided by Intel.
The place to be on the 9th of December, 2021 is definitely The Pistis Conference Centre, Lekki at 4pm. It is still not too late to register and enjoy all the perks that come with attendance. Register to attend Here.
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