Tron (TRX) Books NBA Star Kobe Bryant as Guest Speaker at Upcoming Crypto Event
NBA superstar Kobe Bryant will be a guest speaker at an upcoming event focused on the future of Tron (TRX).
According to Tron founder Justin Sun, Bryant will give a speech at the NiTRON Summit 2019 in San Francisco.
The event is focused on exploring use cases and partnerships coming to the Tron blockchain. Tron has previously hinted at its plans to showcase some high profile speakers at the event.
“In addition to blockchain practitioners, a heavyweight guest speaker will be invited to the summit, as well as influential opinion leaders from all walks of life. Leaders from politics, education, e-commerce and other fields will join the discussions on blockchain development. They will share their investment and wealth management experience from the perspectives of politics, economics and culture.”
The theme of the NiTRON Summit is “acceleration”, and Tron says it plans to focus on supporting developers and exploring potential partnerships.
“On Day 2, in order to promote the transformation and upgrading of the blockchain industry and create an ecosystem covered by the whole sector, TRON will host a forum for developers. The topics being discussed will include Super Representatives, public chain research and development, DApp/smart contract development, game engine development, decentralized exchange construction, and more…
“The summit will set up a partner exhibition area, a TRON case exhibition area, and a media interview area. Participants will be able to communicate with leaders in the industry and other fields to obtain first-hand industry information and gain an in-depth understanding of industry trends. They will also have the opportunity to expand their business network, acquire the most influential network resources in the blockchain industry, receive technical support and share experience with pioneer blockchain enterprises, and get exposed to the latest industry ecological solutions.”
The event starts on January 17th at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.