Bitcoin4iGaming at Dexter House, London in November

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Bitcoin4iGaming at Dexter House in London in NovemberBitcoin4iGaming Conference will be held on November 24, 2014 at Dexter House in London.

iGaming Business,organizer of the conference, aim at bringing the worlds of cryptocurrencies and iGaming under one roof and with the help of expert speakers prove that Bitcoin is the future of digital payments. The event unites Altcoin communities and professionals in IT and gaming to discuss the current legal situation and regulatory aspects of Bitcoin entertainment, technological challenges of secure payment processing, potential risks and disasters connected to Bitcoin and the commercial advantages of offering Bitcoin games from the operators’ point of view. Besides, the conference will also dwell upon such topics as the economic future of Bitcoin in the real world and non-gaming industries. Finally, one of the topics will be devoted to other non-fiat cryptocurrencies with the focus on the most promising ones.

Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business, said, “There is without doubt an opportunity for crypto-currency in igaming however there are still lots of questions and misinformation on the whole subject so we are really excited to launch this event and demystify what we believe will be a game changer for our sector.”

With the attention Bitcoin is attracting, the iGaming Business is expecting to attract 250 delegates from the iGaming, Bitcoin and investment sectors, and this will be the first time these groups have been brought together. As well as a full day of in-depth conference sessions, organizers have also promised a Bitcoin breakfast boot camp, a dedicated exhibition of Bitcoin providers and enhanced networking events. This will ensure that no matter what level of knowledge or experience delegates have in the virtual currency market they will get incredible return on their investment of both time and money.

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