Cryptopay exec speaks on bitcoin at RGW 2017

Cryptopay representative Eric Benz will be addressing the audience at Russia Gaming Week 2017 on how bitcoin payments and bitcoin debit cards works.

Eric Benz has spent more than 10 years to Fintech. In the last few years, Benz has worked with the blockchain technology and its implementation in business processes. He will represent Cryptopay – the company known for being one of the first bitcoin exchangers and issuers of bitcoin debit cards – at Russian Gaming Week.

The topic of his speech is “Bitcoin Payouts and Debit Cards”. Benz will be discussing bitcoin payout advantages; what bitcoin debit cards are and why we need them; how to pay salaries in bitcoins; which niches bitcoin opens and; how existing products work and how they influence the future market.

Russia Gaming Week will run on June 7-8 in Moscow.

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