TNABC Miami 2018: Itamar Weizman of Cool Cousin Talks Tokenized Premium Travel Service
A tokenized premium travel service — bet you haven’t heard of a play like that yet, have you? That’s where Cool Cousin comes in, who’ve been around for years but are launching a new cryptocurrency project that’s aiming to revolutionize the travel ecosystem. Cool Cousin co-founder Itamar Weizman gave Bitsonline the full scoop at TNABC 2018.
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Doing Travel “Off the Beaten Path”
There’s so much ad copy in the travel space that it’s hard to get a trip itinerary going without sloshing through tons of “Top 10 Destinations” fluff pieces.
Enter Cool Cousin, who has a working and popular platform that should surge further into the mainstream thanks to its ICO in March 2018. Cool Cousin aims to leverage the knowledge of locals by paying them in CUZ tokens to help travelers find the most unique and custom-tailored experiences possible. In this interview with George Levy of Bitsonline, Itamar presents Cool Cousin’s plans and vision.
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Growth of the North American Bitcoin Conference
The North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) is regarded as the original major Bitcoin event in the USA, and possibly the world. Held annually in Miami every January since 2013, it staked that city’s claim as Bitcoin’s fun and business capital — growing from a few hundred bitcoin enthusiasts into a gathering of thousands, including several high-profile industry leaders. It’s a must-attend event on the blockchain calendar.
Produced by Dr. Moe Levin’s Keynote Events team, it now covers all disruptive blockchain technology issues — including smart contracts, ICOs, fintech, regulation and investment. TNABC also has international sister events, such as World Blockchain Forum in London.
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