Crypto PR Squad Lands in Argentina

Four heavily professional blockchain fellows, who come from different cities all around Mother Russia, have landed safely today in Buenos Aires’ Ministro Pistarini International Airport.

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That is due to The International Blockchain Congress 2018, which starts on April 5 as a series of conferences and meetups to kick-out on April 6–7 in Córdoba, Argentina. The intellectual combat will continue on April 10 in Buenos Aires, and then move to Bogota, Colombia over April 12–14. Plenty of meetings and discussion sessions are scheduled, including government representatives, commerce and trading chambers, and banking whales. Possible creation of the free economic zone to support crypto startups in on the agenda as well.

Latin America shows tremendous interest in cryptocurrencies and ICOs, and similar progress in development of these spheres, and the Congress is set to fill the needs in educative programmes, exchange of knowledge, experience and expertise.

The event will address all key actual subject of the industry, namely:

  • ways to overcome global financial crisis using cryptocurrencies and tokenization;
  • relations and possible collaboration scenarios between the crypto community and regulators and authorities;
  • ways and opportunities to promote one’s crypto start-up;
  • cryptocurrencies of the Latin America region, their potential gains and challenges;
  • and many more.

The conference is fully sold out, and this means that shortly we will be witnessing an inflow of new LatAm project rolling out their fundraising campaign on our platform! Watch closely as we enter this enormous market and don’t miss your chance to buy into tokenized wine, cheese or soccer star!

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