Moscow Will Host the Largest Exhibition of Crypto Wallets and Mining Hardware
On April 19, an exhibition of hardware and software for cryptocurrency industry will take place within Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Russia.
On April 19, an exhibition of hardware and software for cryptocurrency industry will take place within Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Russia. It is the largest platform to exhibit bitcoin wallets, mobile applications and mining hardware in Eastern Europe.
Visitors will have an opportunity to personally talk to company representatives, conduct negotiations and exchange contacts.
HashCoins, the world renowned tech company with a half-million customer base, will present devices for mining BTC and altcoins, as well as a number of blockchain-based services.
Software and hardware will be showcased by 51ASIC, Giga Watt and BitMoney, providers of solutions for mining farms. Apart from hardware, BitMoney will present a mobile application for P2P cryptocurrency exchange. Visitors of the companies’ booths will learn about the terms and cost of service maintenance, designing and construction of productive capacity.
Crypto wallets for users will be presented by widely known BTC.comand MaRSe, the manufacturer of the hardware wallet KeepKey.
Cryptocurrency brokers Solvena and Bitlish, as well as Polybius Bank, the progressive European bank focused on digital currencies, will present their services.
Guests of the demo zone will be able to attend the conference, which will take place at the same place, Digital October. It will be dedicated to blockchain projects in the financial, management spheres and business.
The event annually takes place in three countries: Russia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, and starting from 2017 – in Estonia and Sweden.
Detailed information and registration are available on the website Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Russia.
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