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The conference in Moscow were a Scam?

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The conference in Moscow were a Scam?
Source: International Blockchain Summit Moscow

The biggest blockchain and crypto industry event this year is not paying off?

But, our world is ready for innovations because more and more people are interested in blockchain technologies and how to use them. According to disappointing statistics, on average, more than 15 events are held in Moscow every month and 8 of them do not bring any value.

Where to find good events and how to find them?

For example, the organizers of the conference ” International Blockchain Summit Moscow”

They are constantly proving their competence in organizing crypto-events – in just six months they have collected more than 30,000 crypto-enthusiasts.

We would like to share their next event in Moscow with pleasure!

IBS Moscow 2018 – http://ibsmoscow.ru

September 25 is the day when you will be able to delve deeper into the following topics:

  • The future of dapp-based economy;
  • Applications for a smarter economy;
  • Blockchain banking;
  • The prospects of crypto exchange future development
  • The advantages of a DEX vs lower volumes;
  • Will the biggest network collapse?

+ the coolest networking in town!

A lot of top managers and owners of projects related to blockchain, developers, investors and funds, representatives of real business – it can not be missed!



Who will be speaking at the conference?

  • Ruslan Yusufov – Director of sector for the protection of ICO and blockchain projects
  • Alexander Nektorov  – Partner at Nektorov, Saveliev & Partners – NSP
  • Alexey Voronin – Co-founder at Smart Valley
  • Stepan Gershuni – General partner at bits.capital
  • Yuri Milyutin – COO, Head of product агентства the 8760
  • George Verbitsky – Managing Director at eToro
  • Roman Kaufman – DOOR OPENER, Co-founder HOQU, Co-founder IBCG
  • Alex Novak – Founder of legal & GR firm
  • Gleb Plesovskikh – Lawyer of the Moscow chamber of lawyers
  • Dmitry Machikhin – Partner at GMT Legal, Adviser at IMMO
  • Peter Bel – Founder of Byzantium
  • Alexey Markov – Leading trader at United Traders  

You will get a lot of knowledge and insider information, communication with speakers and investors, as well as the opportunity to find partners or developers among the participants.





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Is Grupo XP signaling a greater digital currency adaption?

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Brazil’s largest brokerage, Grupo XP, made headlines last year when it became the first major exchange to open itself up to the trading of Bitcoin and Ethereum. As a development long anticipated, this involvement of cryptocurrency on the highest stage signaled a level of acceptance and mainstream viability which many crypto followers have been predicting for years.

As the two biggest names in the cryptocurrency market, Bitcoin and Ethereum are acting as vanguards in this respect. This has not only raised the public profile of the two currencies, but it has also driven significant additional interest to crypto and digital currencies as a whole.

As Brazil stands as one of the progressive and forward-thinking markets when it comes to financing, this raises questions as to the role which digital payments might play in an increasingly technological world. Can we ever expect it to take the place of traditional cash?

To answer this question we need to look at just how far digital currencies have come in the short time they have existed. Nowhere is this growth more evident than with PayPal, perhaps the most well-known digital money system on the planet.

Originally founded back in December of 1998, PayPal was not the first in the business, but it offered a level of user-friendliness and convenience which set it above all of its contemporaries. Pushed by such well-known names as Peter Thiel and Elon Musk, PayPal proved itself in how well it integrated into many major online retailers. The most famous of these was the most powerful online auction house in the world, eBay, which later acquired PayPal in 2002 for $1.5 billion.

Since then, PayPal continued its path to victory by offering high-quality security and international connectivity, and through the acquisition of related companies such as Fraud Sciences, Braintree, and Hyperwallet.

Now with 254 million users, PayPal’s success has shown that there is room for competitors, which helped shine a light on the road which competing forms of currency, and newer digital systems like crypto, would follow.

While PayPal prides itself as a jack-of-all-trades, others preferred to follow their own path. Idebit, for example, instead focuses on offering services dedicated to users in Canada. Some of the more popular services offering idebit include online casinos like Guts and Rizk. As these are bound by similar regional limitations, it makes sense that they would operate in cooperation, as this has proven the best way to legally offer the best bonuses and deals.



Caption: “Bitcoin IMG_4444” [CC BY 2.0] by btckeychain | Source: ICSDigital

Our focus of crypto, on the other hand, places its most significant emphasis on the anonymity of its transactions. This is not something which is offered by the likes of PayPal, which instead attempts to act as an online replacement for traditional finance systems, rather than an alternative to.

With dedicated markets for crypto and other forms of digital currency now offering goods and services on a level which challenges traditional fiat currencies, the fact that the old-fashioned will increasingly be usurped is nothing short of inevitable.

While the inherent power and connectivity-reliant nature of these mean that they will never entirely replace the coin or note, the decrease of worldwide emphasis on these older systems is already happening, and will only grow more pronounced in the future.





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