Kevin Ham, the most powerful dotcom mogul whom CNN described as “The man who owns the Internet”
Other speakers include ICO.com Founder Jia Wei; Prakhar Bindal Founder of NamekartIndia’s largest domain names consulting and brokerage service with clients in over 75 countries; Kevin Kopas, a domain industry leader who managed the Asian/Pacific region for Public Interest Registry (www.PIR.org); Mohit Madan, CEO of ETHX.in, India’s leading Ethereum Wallet & Exchange; Sai Pola, Co-Founder, YellowPages.in and others Hyderabad, November 21, 2017…. The India’s most prominent Domains and first BitCoins Conference in India along with Gaming Space will be held in Hyderabad, the Asian Information and Technology Hub and Headquarter for many IT companies.
Known as GAMBIT 2017, oneof the first and major events on these subjects dedicated to bringing in thebest insights from the BitCoins, Domains & Gaming Space will be heldon 27th November at Hotel Taj Banjara.
This unique conference isorganized in association with Namekart.com; Descrow.com’; Corion.io; Binary.com; DomainMagazine.
Namekart.com -India’s largest domain names consulting and brokerage service with clients inover 75 countries; Descrow.com - Decentralised Escrow Service(Descrow) is the world’s first decentralised escrow platform for conductingICOs; Corion.io - Corion Coin is the first and only altcoin withconsistent profit and stable price that’s meant for day to day use as a globaldigital currency; Binary.com - Founded in 1999, Binary.com is one ofthe oldest and most respected names in online binary trading, with a turnoverof over USD 3 billion and DomainMagazine.com - DomainMagazine is aleading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling domainname industry, publishing satire related to internet and domain, and breakingdomain news.
It is also the first timethat a conference on three promising subjects is held together in oneplace.
The full-day conferenceprogram will have three separate streams dedicated to the most promisingsubjects Bitcoins, Domain Names and Gaming