The cerebral CEO of Tron and BitTorrent has been honored with the opportunity to speak at this year’s Samsung Developer Conference.
The CEO, whose supposed charity lunch with Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett, was rescheduled to a later date in 2020, has been invited to the Samsung Developer Conference 19 as a guest speaker.
Justin Sun has been saddled with the responsibility of dissecting the real-world use cases of blockchain technology at the conference. While doing justice to the topic of discuss, the CEO who is an ardent evangelist of blockchain and cryptocurrency, would be using the opportunity to spread enticing tales of blockchain, hence preach crypto adoption.
Sun who remains excited about his participation at the event enjoins other cryptocurrency enthusiasts to join him at the event, a usual act of his.
The Chinese tech savvy said interested persons can use his exclusive promo code “JUSTIN-SDC25” which comes with 25% discount, to attend the event.
Happy to be speaking about real-world uses for #blockchain at Samsung Developer Conference!
Use my exclusive promo code "JUSTIN-SDC25" to attend for 25% off.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) October 9, 2019
Earlier, the Samsung Developer group aired its unaltered desire to receive the CEO at the event.
— SAMSUNG DEVELOPERS (@samsung_dev) October 9, 2019
Although the rescheduled Buffett’s lunch which was earlier reported to be cancelled made a number of persons dishonor Justin Sun, the latest development may make them rethink that the CEO is actually building a strong crypto empire even outside the sector.
Justin Sun to Give out Galaxy Note 10
The vicenarian CEO has just awarded a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to a lucky winner in a program tagged “BitTorrent products update livestream.”
Pseudo name twitterati MobyDick was awarded the Galaxy Note after two rounds of selection.
Sun, afterward urged followers who participated by retweeting the PeriscopeCo Livestream link to be at vigil for the next possible chance to win the free gift.
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