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Published September 22, 2020
The Wyoming Blockchain Stampede opening ceremonies begin Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 8 a.m. for people to experience the event’s free virtual environment.
The virtual event, hosted by the University of Wyoming, is an excellent opportunity to become acquainted with the many programs being offered by the Wyoming Blockchain Stampede.
Participants will hear Gov. Mark Gordon kick off the Wyoming Blockchain Stampede from 8-8:30 a.m.; virtually tour the expo floor; and watch as startups pitch new ideas and legislators make new laws driving economic diversity.
Those interested in participating can do so by registering for free at www.wyohackathon.io.
“We are extremely excited to come together this year at the 2020 Wyoming Blockchain Stampede, and see old friends and meet new ones from around the globe as we converge with everyone in our virtual reality environment,” says Larry Beck, LODE director of technology.
The Wyoming Blockchain Stampede, composed of several events from Sept. 23-Oct. 24, will be livestreamed within the free virtual environment, uniting worldwide participants with thought leaders, legislators and change makers at the forefront of major impacts to the world’s future in blockchain technology, according to event organizers.
For more information, call Rich Kopcho at (307) 223-2239 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.