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The 3rd Crypto Games Conference to be held in Belarus on April 25th-26th

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The third international Crypto Games Conference will be held from April 25 to April 26 in Minsk, Belarus. The conference will gather over 1,000 professionals and about 100 gaming names from more than 30 countries all over the world. They will be discussing iGaming, crypto games, and gaming ecosystems and services.

Participants have a chance to get a deeper insight into regulatory consideration, fundraising, marketing, blockchain centric game development and operations.

The first Crypto Games Conference took place in Kiev in 2018, where over 300 professionals, entrepreneurs, developers, and investors were talking about the influence of cryptocurrencies on the gaming market.

This year’s program will have speakers such as John Wang (NEO Blockchain), Frederic Chesnais (Atari), Hartej Sawhney (Hosho), Masaru Ohnogi (Gumi), Oron Barber (CoinPoint), and many other leading industry professionals. Attendees can also participate in a two-day blockchain gaming hackathon, and enjoy the showcase where startups and indie developers will demonstrate their games.

The event starts with registration and a welcome speech in Minsk Marriott Hotel. Tickets can be purchased from their website and all our readers can claim a 15% discount by using a promo code BITCOINNEWS.

For more information, you can visit their official website, YouTube channel, Telegram and Facebook page.

 

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PR: The Third Crypto Games Conference is Taking Place in Minsk, Belarus on April 25th-26th, 2019

Bitcoin Press ReleaseThe third Crypto Games Conference will bring together over 1000 professionals from more than 30 countries all over the world. The conference will be held in Minsk, Belarus on April 25-26, 2019.

11th April, 2019, Minsk, Belarus: The year’s biggest crypto gaming event, the Crypto Games Conference in Belarus will feature:

• 1000+ delegates from over 30 countries;
• 100+ speakers in 3 business tracks full of talks and panel discussions;
• CGC Showcase for startups and indie developers to demonstrate their games;
• Series of CGC signature networking events (pre-party, party, mingle, etc.);
• Two-day blockchain gaming hackathon.

“The Crypto Games Conference became a must-visit destination for blockchain gaming professionals. Our previous conference, held on October 17-18 in Minsk, Belarus, gathered almost 700 people from 28 countries which makes it the world’s largest and definitive business event focused on blockchain gaming.”

— Andriy Sharanevych, co-founder of the Crypto Games Conference.

Among regular conference participants are Waves, POA Network, XAYA, DMarket, Scorum, Edgeless, DappRadar, DAO.Casino, TrueFlip, DOGI, DiceyBit, ABYSS, Gumi Inc, Sirin Labs, GAEX, Total Games, WARFIELD, DreamTeam, and many others.

Conference topics revolve around three segments of blockchain gaming – crypto games, iGaming, and gaming ecosystems and services. Participants will be able to hear more about regulatory consideration, fundraising, marketing, blockchain centric game development and operations.

The event starts with registration and a welcome speech in Minsk Marriott Hotel.

CGC showcase and matchmaking

Startups and indie developers will have a chance to show their games to all attendees of the Crypto Games Conference, get valuable feedback, and make partnerships.

On another hand, attendees will be able to use a networking app to find the right people and make appointments during conference hours. The app includes event program, map, calendar, and messenger functionality.

Links and contact info

To learn more about the Crypto Games Conference please contact:

Conference site: https://cryptogames.events/

Ticket sales: https://cryptogames.events/tickets/

Exhibiting/Sponsorship opportunities:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mWNQEWPhsbZOTZlWT3afc0NJJ4dEiKHR/view

Speaker application: https://goo.gl/forms/dpr0FwnmR4J7aLth2

Press accreditation: https://goo.gl/forms/HOf9Uw2yairbJRpU2

Other inquiries: hello@cryptogames.events

Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/CPaX9EBF4PGHHPwccYDfsQ

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CryptoGamesConference/

Youtube channel with video presentations from previous conferences:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZmuISk65eYEzROEwVtDvZw?view_as=subscriber/

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Belarus Turns up the Heat on Crypto as Business on Fire in Minsk

Belarus is alive and well in the world of cryptocurrency as high tech and crypto companies choose the former Soviet Republic as the new place to do business in the region.

The Belarus Hi-Tech park in Minsk is fast becoming a fintech center with 388 companies now registered as conducting business there. Much of the new interest in fintech in the country has been put down to Belarus President Lukashenko’s Decree №8 signed in December of 2017 called “On the Development of the Digital Economy” which has attracted new business to Belarus firmly set as its main aim.

Now that Belarus has legalized cryptocurrency trading for residents, many related businesses have been attracted to the park despite the majority of companies working in the IT and software sectors. Blockchain company Aetsoft, which provided services to ICOs and exchanges since 2014, is one of such businesses dealing with clients in the US, Germany, and Denmark. Another company, Biggico, whose international team has built an advertising platform for crypto projects, was established by Belarusian and Latvian entrepreneurs.

Other companies now operating out of Belarus, currently developing cloud-based crypto mining facilities include Pm Pool and Smartpool. Another company, Aiscom offers cryptocurrency payment solutions to exchanges, wallet providers and ICO projects.

The country has no intention of being left behind in the region. As reported by local news outlet Korea JoongAng Daily, the deputy foreign minister and ambassador of Belarus Andrei Dapkiunas told reporters that the European nation is open to investment into Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies; this includes blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Belarus recently expressed interest in strengthening economic and business ties during a recent working visit to Seoul, particularity in the fields of fintech and blockchain technology. Diplomats from Belarus are keen to extend the cooperation between the two counties to promote new projects in the country.

Although the Hi-Tech park currently lacks cryptocurrency exchanges, what has been called “the first Belarusian cryptocurrency exchange” launched by crypto platform Crexby, is ironically based in New York City rather than its natural home of Minsk. The platform was started by Belarusian immigrants living in the US.

The main reason behind a lack of exchanges operating out of Belarus has been put down to the government’s lukewarm attitude toward digital currency, combined with local financial institutions’ reluctance to support cryptocurrency transactions and work with exchanges. More government clarity regarding cryptocurrency has been called for by both cryptocurrency exchanges and companies selling related products.

 

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