The North American Bitcoin Conference
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Event submitted on Sunday, December 1st 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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This is one of the oldest and most established conferences within the space. These guys hosted the launches of Ethereum, Litecoin, Polymath, TZERO, Factom, and Aion. Miami, Florida, hosts a bunch of amazing conferences and has done so for years. HackMiami, a highly reputable hacking collective are based in (obviously) Miami and they organize a bunch of pretty cool events. Back in the day we used to go to the Linux Cafe which we believe has closed down. In any event, if you live and work in blockchain, crypto or virtual coins, then we’d definitely recommend that you attend this event taking place in January 2020.
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The North American Bitcoin Conference will be returning to Miami for its 7th edition, having hosted launches of Ethereum, Litecoin, Polymath, TZERO, Factom, Aion, and many more.
Over the years, the event helped shape the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry since 2012, evolving alongside a market that gathers some of the most ferocious supporters and harshest critics.
You are invited to join for the largest investment announcement, most recent industry launch and the most powerful networking with the longest established players.
One of the long-running success of BTC Miami has gathered all the major players of the industry, including policy groups, global brands, startups, and investment firms and launched exceedingly successful businesses, proving the Blockchain world is continuing to expand.
While discussing current key crypto topics such as regulation and adoption, the 2020 event will provide a distinct focus on enterprise and broader applications for Blockchain, with participants from different large institutional investors to enterprise groups.
On both days of its highly curated agenda, participants will attend panel discussions, stand-alone sessions, and Q&As by leading decision-makers and experts, while also having the chance to learn about new and exciting projects.