Power Lunch with Ryan Taylor and a Private Tour of the Dash Office
Please consider bidding for a lunch with me for a good cause. "Charity Stars" invited me to participate in their "blockchain charity auction". The winner can even pay in @Dashpay and I promise to take you somewhere nice! Funding goes to @WWF. https://t.co/QOIUvrSnRQ— Ryan Taylor (@RTaylor05) December 4, 2017
Enjoy a power lunch with Ryan Taylor and receive a private tour of the Dash office in Scottsdale, Phoenix.
Ryan Taylor is the CEO of Dash Core. He leads the growth and development of the number-one digital currency for payments, helping accelerate Dash’s progress in becoming a blockchain industry leader.
Before joining Dash, Taylor was a hedge fund analyst covering a global stable of payments-industry investments for the private equity and public market funds of a $20-billion investment firm in New York City. He possesses a comprehensive understanding of the payments landscape and the drivers for success within the payments industry.
The auction winner will get the chance to meet Ryan Taylor, have lunch with him and receive a private tour of Dash Headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The lunch will be held in Scottsdale, within 6 months of the auction closing. Eventually, place and date will be mutually agreed upon depending on the availability of both Ryan Taylor and the auction winner. Travel expenses are not included in the final auction price.
Dollars (USD), Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Dash (DASH) will be accepted for the payment of this auction, at the current rate exchange in Dollars.
The World Wide Fund for Nature is the world's largest organization for nature preservation. It was born in 1961, and it is present in the world with 24 national organizations, 5 affiliated organizations and 222 offices in 96 countries.
More than 5 million people around the world help the WWF to support this challenge: it starts more than 2,000 concrete projects every year to protect biodiversity and to create a world where humans can live in harmony with nature.
The WWF was born in Italy in 1966 where it's structured with a staff located in Rome with 19 regional sections that support the ecoregional program (Alps and Mediterranean area).
The association is strongly present on the territory thanks to more than 200 local structures where several activists operate through actions of complaint, vigilance and citizens' awareness.