Login Casino will hold an online conference on risk management in the cryptocurrency market

Login Casino will hold an online conference on risk management in the cryptocurrency market

Login Casino invites everyone to take part in the Bitcoin Marathon – a series of thematic conferences, devoted to cryptocurrency. The marathon period is February-April 2018. Speakers of the conference are going to highlight the most relevant issues, connected with crypto industry.

Among the event presenters there will be Vladimyr Remi – one of the leading experts in the sphere of e-commerce, gambling, licensing and jurisprudence. He will speak at the online-conference, which will take place on February 27. Subject of his report: “Risk management in the cryptocurrency market”.

Vladimyr Remi has over ten years of experience in a large multinational corporation in the sphere of finance and security. Currently the expert is an independent consultant in the FinTech-industry. He cooperates with the major Baltic Legal Affairs Bureaus and English consulting companies. Vladimyr has a teaching experience at university.

“The most popular cryptocurrency in the world – bitcoin – started the year with a decline, rebounce and a new decline. This swing is likely to go on. That is why we came up with the idea of creating a platform to discuss further development of cryptoindustry in the world, called “Bitcoin Marathon. All the way from A to Z”, – says Daria Temnenko, Login Casino Brand Manager.

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