Currency.com is starting its world tour at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on July 20.
The event is part of the cryptocurrency theme park “Crypto.com” which has been selling tickets for $10 since its launch on July 1.
The website, which is also in New York, San Francisco and Texas, invites visitors to experience what it’s like to be a cryptocurrency investor. As the homepage puts it, “You can learn how to make it in crypto with our expert team.”
The website is set up as a money-making opportunity, in which visitors can buy and sell different crypto tokens.
Each token is priced at a set rate, much like the price of Bitcoin, and one token can be used to convert into another or to buy a raffle ticket at a casino on the site.
The price of a coin is determined based on the number of people who are willing to buy it in an auction, and the auction price usually goes up or down based on demand for the coin. For instance, the price of bitcoin jumped to $18,000 Thursday after getting more than 3,000 bid offers in just a few minutes before crashing back down to around $10,000 by the end of the day.
The site is also aiming to make money by expanding the types of tokens available for purchase and by selling tickets to the shows.
The show also seeks to draw attention to the economic value of cryptocurrency.
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