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|Date & Time:||03-Apr-2018 18:30|
|Location:||British Business Centre, BCCT Office, 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road (Nearest BTS Ploenchit, exit 5)|
|Member Cost:||THB 400.00|
|Non-member Cost:||THB 600.00|
*This event is moved from Thursday 22 February to Tuesday 3 April 2018*
Crypto Currency. Does it have real business uses in Thailand?
Crypto Currency and it’s recent volatile trading has been a top news items for months generating a lot of interest and speculation. This month there are 3 separate chamber events dealing with this subject from a government perspective, from a legal perspective and in this panel briefing from a practical perspective.
With a panel that includes the creator of the 4th most valuable cryptocurrency in the world, we can answer your questions on what crypto currency really is, what one of its creators thinks it should be used for and how it is currently being used in Thailand.
This panel discussion looks at Crypto Currencies from a practical point, its benefits to business and how it is currently being used and will be used to improve business.
The panel will discuss crypto currency and everything to do with the technology behind, on top and around it, in terms we can all understand. They will discuss current practical uses and give us an insight on what we can expect in the near future.
Date: Tuesday 3 April
Time: 6.30 - 8.30 pm
Venue: British Business Centre, BCCT Office, 7th Floor, 208 Wireless Road (Nearest BTS Ploenchit, exit 5) (map)
6.30 – 6.45 Registration and Networking
Panel topic: Crypto Currency. Does it have real businesses uses in Thailand?
Moderator: Paul Phenix –Director of Ad Operations Adknowledge Asia
Cost: THB 400 for members and THB 600 for non-members. Pre-registration is required. No walk-ins accepted. E-vouchers are accepted for advance booking only.
Cancellation policy: Reservations not cancelled within 2 business days of the event will be charged and invoiced as will no-shows.