Events 10 January 2018CoinGeek
Bitcoin comedy night Jan 24th 2018
Bitcoin is all over the news right now with some people violently against it and others seeing it as the future of money. Its value has soared in the wake of the maelstrom and the We Are Funny Project has challenged 8 comedians to come up with a brand new 5 minutes specifically about the burgeoning cryptocurrency.
Not only that, but also opening the night is Dominic Frisby, a stand-up comedian, actor and author of Bitcoin: The Future of Money. Dominic has appeared on BBC Radio 4, TV Channel Dave’s Money Pit and writes for The Guardian and Money Week.
Headlining the show will be Patrick Monahan: ‘Viciously funny and inventive.’ The Guardian.
The comedians showcasing brand new material specifically on Bitcoin are: Ed Pownall, George Lewis, Benedict Farse, Dana Michelle Alexander, Keith Platt (Professional Yorkshireman), Eshaan Akbar, Mo Omar & Kelly Convey.
Venue: Farrs, 17-19 Dalston Lane, London E8 3DF. 8pm.
The night is sponsored by nChain, the global leader in research and development of blockchain technologies, who’s CEO Jimmy Nguyen, will be MC for CoinGeek.com’s bComm Conference on May 18th 2018 in Hong Kong.
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