Nav Coin To Host Conference In New Zealand

Nav Coin To Host Conference In New Zealand

Nav Coin aims to end the year on a high note with the decentralization of the NAVTech network and a Conference in Auckland. At the Conference, Nav Coin Developers will live-stream the platforms 2017 roadmap which includes a new feature that is expected to be a game-changer for the Coin.

The event will be held in Auckland, New Zealand on the 14th of December with the live-stream of the feature roadmap beginning at 7 am UTC. The special announcement will be kept under wraps until the live stream; however, the Nav Developers have indicated that it expands the use cases and potential market of the platform.

Guests at the event will be able to purchase food and beverages with NAV using the Nav Coin Mobile Wallet. The venue is the world's first physical location to accept NAV as a payment method. Also to be live streamed will be two presentations on; 'The Basics of Bitcoin & Blockchains' and 'An Overview of Nav Coin and the Navtech System.'

It’s been a huge year for Nav Coin, with the team delivering a ton of new features, integrations, and improvements including; anonymous merchant integration, NAVTech anon 2.0, Thin Client for Desktop and X13 Mobile Wallet. Stay tuned for more from Nav Coin in 2017.

Nav Coin: http://www.navcoin.org/


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