We’re teaming up with The Giving Block to raise money for a good cause this holiday season.
Want to flex your crypto brain power while supporting charities over the holiday season?
The Giving Block and Cointelegraph will host the first Crypto’s Biggest Brain trivia tournament on Friday, December 18 at 7pm ET. The tournament brings together key stakeholders in the cryptocurrency ecosystem while raising awareness and donations for crypto-friendly nonprofits.
The tournament will also be sponsored by some of the biggest names in crypto, with Gemini, Ledger and more participating in the event. They’re teaming up with The Giving Block and Cointelegraph to spread the word about how you can contribute to crypto-friendly charities.
Trivia game participants will compete in a friendly contest devoted to all things crypto for the opportunity to win the soon-to-be-coveted “Crypto’s Biggest Brain” trophy and an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph. Anyone who donates $100 or more to participating charities will win a Ledger Nano S.
You will have the opportunity to play in the tournament alongside David Gokhshtein, Yan Liberman, Jason Lau, Crypto Finally, Bri Fit Dance, Pete Rizzo, Josh Frank, Alex Mashinsky, Jeremy Gardner, Ray Youssef and many others. You’ll have to hurry, though, as game attendance is capped at the first 5,000 signups. You can register for free at the following link.
All sponsorships and donations go directly to charities supporting homelessness, childhood hunger, disaster response, animal rescue and more. Thanks for your support! This will be the first tournament in a series. Stay tuned for more details.
Source: , CoinTelegraph
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