PRESS RELEASE - September 25, 2017
4Stop Vice President to Speak at the ASROC Conference on Cryptocurrencies and Gaming in London on October 9, 2017
David Wiseman, vice president from 4Stop will chair a panel covering Global Compliance. The ASROC bitcoin and cryptocurrency trading conference is an advanced business event on October 9, 2017 in London.
New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that 4Stop will present at the ASROC Conference that will be on October 9, 2017 at the Strand Palace Hotel in London. .
David Wiseman, vice president from 4Stop will chair a panel covering Global Compliance.
The 2017 ASROC Conference held this October is a niche advanced event on the business of bitcoin, ICOs and cryptocurrencies for online gaming, sportsbooks, forex and affiliates.
Registration can be found at: http://www.asroc.com/register-london-2017.php
4Stop, based in Germany and founded in 2016 is a global KYC, compliance and anti-fraud risk management company. Through one API, businesses can access 400+ global premium KYC data sources to manage compliance requirements on a global scale, coupled with 4S proprietary anti-fraud technology, real-time intelligent monitoring, and data aggregation analysis. FourStop’s in-depth knowledge of the customer journey to mitigate risk, in conjunction with global regulatory requirements within markets allowed them to design their technology to be a one-stop solution to future-proof businesses to effortlessly and cost effectively manage their risk on fraud while adhering to compliance requirements, regardless of the evolution of our digital eco-system.
ASROC is a trade show and and summit covering the bitcoin and cryptocurrency industry. Each event assembles founders and thought leaders to discuss niche markets within the industry.
For more information, please visit the website http://www.asroc.com or contact:
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
Marketing and Logistics Representative
Tel/ Fax: USA +1 (212) 722-1744
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