GAMBIT, a conference to be held on 27th November 2017 is going to have talks and sessions on Cryptocurrency, Domain Industry, and Gaming. For someone who’s new to the Bitcoin investing and wants to learn more about what it is, GAMBIT is what they should attend, given that it is being held in India where there’s so less happening on the awareness side of it.

GAMBIT 2017 is one of the first major events dedicated to bring you the best insights from the Bitcoins, Domains & Gaming Space. It will take place in Hyderabad, an Asian Information and Technology hub and headquarter of many prospective companies. The conference program has 3 separate streams dedicated to Bitcoins, Domain Names and Gaming.

To be held at Taj Banjara, Banjara Hills in Hyderabad, GAMBIT is talking across three major platforms and the highlight should be the talks about Cryptocurrency.

The topics that will be covered, include the following.

  • Domain Investing, Regulation, gTLDs, UDRPs, Growth Hacking
  • Blockchain, Bitcoin, Ether, Crypto Investing, Regulation, Startups
  • Rummy, Poker, Clash of Clans and more (phew!)

The event speakers list includes Jayesh Ranjan (Principal Secretary IT, Govt. of Telangana), Dr. Kevin Ham, Dr. Govind, Kevin Kopas, Pankajj P Ghode, Mohit Madan, Siddharth Sharma among some major names and many of these have been veterans in the industry, especially domain and crypto industries.

The passes are still available if you are keen to attend and learn the basics of Cryptocurrency and clear your questions about the growth of Bitcoin, and whether it is the right place to invest. Check out the details on Explara and get your tickets from there, and for the information on the speakers and the agenda of the one-day program, go to www.gambitconference.com.

Gizmo Times is covering the conference and we will be present during the sessions to get you the best information that is shared. You can follow us and keep yourself updated about it.

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