Dash used for 25% transactions at Estonian music festival ‘I Land Sound’

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July 31, 2018 by
Dash used for 25% transactions at Estonian music festival ‘I Land Sound’

Crypto goings comfort! ‘I Land Sound’, an Estonian electronic songs event, seen over 1,000 participants utilizing the cryptocurrency Dash as the key setting of settlement.

I Land Sound is an alternative music event held at the remote Illiku Islet in the north Europe country. The yearly jamboree is apparently the first occasion where cryptocurrencies are used for payment.

The event was attended by over 4,000 people and also over 1,000 of them made use of the Dash-enabled NFC (near-field interaction) wristbands for food drinks and also product, the organizers claimed.

Around 25 percent of the complete deals, about 19,000 EUR, were crypto-based, they revealed.

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The organizers of the alternate music event originally intended to organize a crypto-only event yet couldn’t pull it off as it was difficult to persuade all the festival goers to pocketbooks as well as keys.

” There was no good remedy at that time to do all of this in an easy and smooth means,” stated Fernando Gutierrez, Principal Marketing Officer for Dashboard Core Group. The event coordinators reached out to lots of repayment processors to make NFC wristbands as well as POS software but many, though interested, doubted the capability of Dashboard and crypto generally, he included.

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But the festival organizers did not give up on the concept. “They employed a programmer as well as did some coding themselves as well as developed an excellent remedy,” Gutierrez claimed. He functioned very closely with them.

“It works effectively, very quick, and also straight on the blockchain,” he claimed. The participants were refunded unspent dashboards in cash or crypto when they returned their wristbands after the celebration.
At the time of composing, Dash slid 1.3 percent against the United States dollar to trade at $236.67. It has a market cap of $1.94 billion, inning accordance with CoinMarketCap.

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