Power Lunch with Julian Hosp, Co-Founder and President of TenX
This is a unique opportunity to enjoy a power lunch with Julian Hosp, Co-founder and President at TenX.
The auction winner will get the chance to meet Julian Hosp, at TenX's Headquarters in Singapore and discuss topics related to blockchain and cryptocurrency over lunch.
After his successful career as a professional kitesurfer (ranking among top 10 in the world) and later as a trauma surgeon, Julian became a serial entrepreneur, bestselling author and keynote-speaker. He co-founded TenX, a Singapore based FinTech company that is valued at over half a billion USD. TenX has developed a technology that makes cryptocurrencies spendable anytime anywhere and has raised USD $80 million in its initial token sale in June 2017.
Julian was named one of the top blockchain and cryptocurrency experts to follow by Influencive in 2017. He is a frequently invited speaker at global Tech/FinTech events as well as a regular commentator in the media on current blockchain trends, the future of cryptocurrency and best practices for token sales.
The lunch will be held in Singapore, within 6 months of the auction closing. Eventually, place and date will be mutually agreed depending on the availability of both Julian Hosp and the auction winner. Travel expenses are not included in the final auction price.
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