Spotcoin representatives attended the Crypto Coin Turkey (CCT) Blockchain Summit in Istanbul, Turkey to learn and connect with the greater digital currency community in early May. Spotcoin CEO Tim Gick & Turkey Country Manager Kivanc Karakas attended the event, co-sponsored by cryptocurrency news platform KoinBulteni.

The small team networked with fellow crypto enthusiasts, learning about the future of blockchain technology and providing insight into Spotcoin’s focus on simple liquidity and its vision to unify legacy financial markets and the emerging digital economy. The CCT attendees were excited by the Spotcoin model and were eager to get their hands on SPOT tokens.

Gick and Karakas also connected with KoinBulteni representatives and shared a common vision for blockchain technology in the region and making digital currencies work for everyone.

Spotcoin’s CEO has been to Turkey several times and said, “I really enjoy being part of the vastly growing Turkish Crypto Community and think this summit was one of the best ones I’ve been to in the region so far.”

Gick emphasized that local bonds are important. Based in Georgia, Spotcoin maintains a regional focus, and Turkey is one of Spotcoin’s main priorities. Spotcoin is already getting a great response from Turkey and is looking to keep on building a trusted relationship with the Turkish crypto community.

The Spotcoin community has a great network of people in Turkey and Country Manager Kivanc Karakas connects with followers, keeping everyone updated on the Spotcoin Telegram channel. He is always ready to meet fellow crypto enthusiasts in person to talk about Spotcoin’s vision and future goals. He says this is just the start of Spotcoin’s long journey in Turkey.

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Residents and citizens of China, South Korea and the United States are prohibited from taking part in the SPOT public sales. However, certified accredited U.S. investors can take part in the SPOT private sale. Chinese and South Korean investors can participate in the private sale when paying with digital currencies, after signing the SAFT form and completing the KYC /AML process. Any investment in digital currencies comes at a risk. No one should invest money that he or she can’t afford to lose.


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