On September 7, 2017, the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference will be held in Stockholm. This conference is part of a series of such events being held annually in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Prague, Kiev, Tallinn, London, Malta, Almaty etc.
Top experts in the field will be attending the conference to share their experiences with blockchain in a wide spectrum of spheres. The event’s main participants will include entrepreneurs and investors, as well as IT developers and software and equipment manufacturers, with speakers from the most significant companies and government representatives alike.
GoldMint project - the innovator behind the stable GOLD token and Custody Bot, will be represented at the conference with an exhibition stand and a speaker on the main stage. GoldMint advisor Vladislav Martynov will deliver a speech about the Evolution of the stable coin in the crypto economy. In addition to serving as a GoldMint advisor, Martynov is CEO of Yota Devices Ltd., as well as a Supervisory Board Member at the Ethereum Foundation. A 20-year veteran of the international tech industry, Vladislav has held significant leadership positions in various projects. With such ample expertise, Martinov is an ideal fit as GoldMint speaker and will surely have plenty of insight to contribute to the conference.
GoldMint is taking part in the Blockchain & Bitcoin conference in preparation for an ICO which is coming on September 20th. During the crowdsale period, the price of MNTP tokens will be $7 USD. To buy MNTP tokens, users may use BTC (Bitcoin) or ETH (Ethereum). The value of the token will grow, as MNT are of limited supply and are used as stake in the PoS (Proof-of-Stake) consensus algorithm. Those who invest in the first days will benefit from a special early bird bonus system, allowing them to earn an additional 20% of tokens.
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