Scallop x TOKEN 2049 London — Competition

Scallop is proud to be a Platinum Partner for Europe’s premier crypto event, TOKEN 2049. This year the event is being held on 7th & 8th October in London and we want to offer our community the opportunity to attend and soak up the atmosphere in the capital!

Therefore, we’re giving away 1 FREE Ticket worth £500 to this exclusive event!

Ticket perks:

  • Entry to both days of the event

  • Access to all speaking sessions

  • Access to Exhibition Hall

  • Lunch

  • Drinks Reception

Speaking Sessions guests include: Aave CEO Stani Kulechov, Ripple MD Sendi Young, Co-Founder Nicolas Cary, Tezos Co-Founder Kathleen Breitman, Coinbase Head of Europe Marcus Hughes, and many more!

Full TOKEN 2049 schedule:

How to enter:

The competition will open as soon as this article is live and will close at 3 PM BST on Thursday 30th September 2021. The winner will be announced on that evening in the Scallop Telegram Group and on Scallop Twitter Page. The winner will be the tweet that has the most interactions! e.g most Likes, RT’s, Tagged Friends

ENTER NOW by following the simple steps in the link below:

How to Claim the FREE Ticket:

  • DM us on Twitter using the winning handle

  • We will send you a digital ticket for you to enter the event

  • The ticket cannot be transferred once the name has been added. The given name will be registered with TOKEN 2049, so any other person using the ticket will be denied entry

  • Arrive for Registration at the venue between 7.30 am — 9.50 am BST

  • Please come to the Scallop booth at the event, where we will also award you $50 worth of SCLP tokens!

Please note: All travel and/or accommodation expenses for the event are the responsibility of the winner. Scallop will only be responsible for providing the free ticket. It is your responsibility to comply and adhere to UK Visas and Immigration rules if you are traveling from abroad. Additionally, if you are traveling from abroad to the UK for the event, it is your responsibility to adhere to the UK Government’s Covid-19 guidelines for travel. You can find information about this here:

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