Prague to host Crypto Affiliate and Marketing Conference

Following last year's success, Czech Republic capital is chosen to host the second CRAC conference
11 April 2018   598

Large-scale event dedicated to global crypto traffic that is going to revolutionize project development and ICOs is kicking off in the heart of Czech Republic once again. Following last year's success as the event was acknowledged as a solid ground for long-term business and intercommunal relationships, CRAC aims to be a regular event. This year Prague will again play host to the conference on April 23-24. The venue is Industrial Palace in Prague ready to accept 1000+ attendees.

The event will comprise of preparty, afterparty and C level executive dinner. During the conference every ICO founder will be able to address a board of marketing experts to try to get exclusive deals on-site including promotion, consulting and free traffic. Agenda of the event is as follows:

  • 10:00 | There is more to Blockchain than affiliates know. First-hand use cases.
  • 10:30 | MAX KRUPYSHEV (CUBITS)
  • 11:00 | NIV ABRAMOVICH (STX)
  • 11:30 | Talk about the challenges of mass cryptocurrency adoption in the context of ease-of-use, security and regulation and how these things are changing now.
  • 13:30 | ZACH MURRAY (SAIFU)
  • 14:00 | ICOs, Crypto Exchanges and CFDs –Legal Challenges and Solutions You Shouldn’t Miss!
  • 14:30 | Outlining the ICO market future with blockchain crowdfunding.
  • 15:00 | KONSTANTIN KATSEV (TrueFlip)
  • 15:30 | Forensic technology as a staple for healthy ICO environment. Why Blockchain needs protection.
  • 16:00 | ICO Cyber Threats. Protection from 5 different angles of attack.

Karpeles to Face Another 10 Years in Jail

Japanese enforcements agencies blamed Mt. Gox CEO in stilling $3M
12 December 2018   29

Japanese prosecutors blamed the head of the already inactive exchange Mt. Gox Mark Carpeles in embezzling 341 million yen ($ 3 million) from a bank account trading platform. The prosecutors made the corresponding statement in the Tokyo District Court, demanding 10 years of imprisonment for Karpeles, reports The Mainichi.

[Mark Karpeles] diverted company funds to such uses as investing in a software development business for personal interest" and "played a great role in totally destroying the confidence of bitcoin users.
 

Japanese prosecutors

It is noted that in September-December 2013, the head of MtGox allegedly transferred funds to personal bank accounts, and then invested in the software development business.

Carpeles is also accused of faking the data of the trading system of the exchange for the fabrication of balance sheets.

The deadline for accepting applications from affected investors as part of the civil rehabilitation of Mt. Gox has been extended until the end of December.