Power Lunch with Bitcoin Entrepreneur Roger Ver
Enjoy lunch with Bitcoin entrepreneur Roger Ver.
Born in 1979, Roger Ver is well known for his work in the cryptocurrencies world. He is, in fact, one of the most known Bitcoin investors. He firstly invested in Bitcoin in early 2011, and his company Memorydealers was the first to accept Bitcoin as payment.
Through investments in many Bitcoin startups, such as Blockchain.info and BitPay.com, he made these companies become some of the most successful companies in this field. Later, Ver founded bitcoinstore.com with many items available for purchase with Bitcoin. Right now he is the CEO of Bitcoin.com, of which he owns its domain name, and the Bitcoin Foundation.
Roger Ver is also famous for constantly working to promote Bitcoin and educate people about it through conferences and meetups.
The lunch will take place in Saint Kitts (a Caribbean island in the West Indies) within 6 months of the auction closing. Eventually, place and date will be mutually agreed upon depending on the availability of Roger Ver and the auction winner.
Travel expenses are not included. Payment is accepted in USD, BTC, ETH and BCH.
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