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January 18, 2018, 06:17:29 PM
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Blockchain Foundation of India is organizing the event in Bangalore

"Setting the Roots of Blockchain in India"

1500 hrs – 1530 hrs   Registration
1530 hrs – 1535 hrs   Welcome Remark
1535 hrs – 1545 hrs   Introduction of Blockchain Foundation and BlockLabs  (Mr. Manav Singhal, Founder, Velx.ID and Mr. Himanshu Bindal)
1550 hrs – 1600 hrs   Prosperity- A Fundamental right in Blockchain World (Mr. Sunil Aggarwal, Author, Bitcoin Magnet)
1605 hrs – 1615 hrs   Digital Identity- Who is Who? (Mr. Manav Singhal, Founder, Velix.ID)
1630 hrs - 1700 hrs   Networking Break
1700 hrs – 1720 hrs   Future of Blockchain in India (Arnav to take the stage) (Mr. Satvik V, CEO, Unocoin, Mr. Hesham Rehman, CEO & Co-founder, Bitxoxo, Mr. Abhishek, CEO, Throughbit, Mr. Manav Singhal, CEO and Founder, Velix.ID, Mr. Benson Samuel CTO & Founder Coin Secure)
1725 hrs – 1740 hrs   Growth of Blockchain in India: Panel Discussion 2 (Mr. Vivek aka Vivekomon, AVP Technology, Coinsescure, Mr. Himanshu Bindal, Founder, One Co.work, Mr. Sunil Aggarwal, Author, Bitcoin Magnet, Mr. Rohit Kukreja, Founder, Kryptomoney)
1745 hrs – 1755 hrs   Felicitation Ceremony
1800 hrs onwards   Closing Remarks: Beer and Snacks

When - Jan 19th, 2018

Where :
One Co.Work
2/3, 2nd Floor,
Above, KFC,, Koramangala,

Maps : - https://[Suspicious link removed]/1gY8cQ

https://www.meetup.com/BFIndia/events/246843157/
https://www.facebook.com/events/147065726083003/

For more info please contact at udit@blockchainindia.com
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January 19, 2018, 05:59:24 PM
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I am just wondering that the event would be discussing the future road map of the block chain in India. But I am not too sure with the government decision if they would be supporting this in any way in near future this technology or cypto currency. Just incase if they decide not to allow cypto currency in India then such events will actually become less worthy.

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January 29, 2018, 05:24:07 AM
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I am just wondering that the event would be discussing the future road map of the block chain in India. But I am not too sure with the government decision if they would be supporting this in any way in near future this technology or cypto currency. Just incase if they decide not to allow cypto currency in India then such events will actually become less worthy.

Though most of the people relate Blockchain to Crypto you must understand that Cryptocurrency is a part of it. Blockchain as a technology has various other use cases as in IoT, Supply Chain, Dapps. The government might want to suppress Cryptocurrency but I don't think they can do much about Blockchain Technology in general. So I believe these events will create a lot of awareness among people of these things. Also most of the people I need just take Bitcoin as an investment, trading instead the learning the how actually it work and the beauty of it!
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