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Blackarrow's BTCC Conference in Mumbai. Blockchain technology arrives in India

Blackarrow's BTCC Conference in Mumbai. India, among the world's largest blockchain technology centers. Digital coins? Not only.

   

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On August 10, 2017, Mumbai will be the capital of blockchain technology (Blockchain Technology & Crypto Currencies Conference). It will host the Blackarrow's BTCC Conference for a whole day, a benchmark in Asia with regard to the new digital coin industry. Numerous world-class companies that will participate in the event: Genesis Mining, BitConnect, btc.com, ZebPay, Satoshi School, BitBay and many others.

What will you talk about at Blackarrow's BTCC Conference in Mumbai?

In summary, I will outline the main topics discussed at the Blackarrow's BTCC Conference in Mumbai.

  • The State of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency in India.
  • Blockchain Technology: Driving Efficiency, Reducing Costs & Creating a New Economy.
  • Massive Crypto Adoption Through Gaming.
  • Cloud Mining - Latest Industry Developments.
  • Existing Regulatory Regime and Need for future Changes in India.
  • Bitcoin Market Adoption.
  • What is Proof of Work (PoW) / Proof of Stake (PoS).
  • Blockchain in Finance and Beyond.

Blockchain Technology & Crypto Currencies Conference in Mumbai

Among the speakers who confirmed their presence are:

  • Jeff McDonald. Vice president, NEM Foundation.
  • Marco Krohn. CFO, Genesis Mining.
  • Yohann Yoon. Promoter BCC Korea, BitConnect.
  • Alexandre Tabbakh. CEO, Publiq.

All conference information is available on the site http://www.blackarrowconferences.com.

 

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