Bitcoin event is proper Mint

bitcoin212A new conference focusing on the roles between bitcoin and igaming has been launched by iGaming Business. Bitcoin4iGaming  will take place on the 24 November 2014 at Dexter House in London, which aptly was the Royal Mint from 1809 to 1968 where all coins in the United Kingdom were minted.

Currently Bitcoin and other crypto currencies represent a very small percentage of iGaming revenues. However the opportunity for operators is big with clear advantages such as providing the means to target any person worldwide with little to no friction, 0% chargebacks and positively no fraud. It is not surprising then that the iGaming industry is focused on this rapidly expanding niche.

With the attention Bitcoin is attracting from the iGaming sector, organisers are 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, organisers 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.

“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,” commented Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business.

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