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The North American Bitcoin Conference returns to Miami for its seventh installment.
On the 17th and 18th of January, 2019, the entire Bitcoin and blockchain community will converge in Miami for a historical conference aimed at driving cryptocurrency from niche to mainstream. Now in its seventh year, The North American Bitcoin Conference is the longest running and most attended finance conference for the Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency industries with over 4500 attendees in 2018. Additionally, a key focus of the 2019 conference will be a dedicated Security Tokens track, unpacking the new and exciting world of securities and blockchain technology.
Building on the recent successes of conferences this year in Miami, London, New York and Dubai, The 7th Annual North American Bitcoin Conference, as a part of the World Blockchain Forum, will return to sunny Miami with a lineup of over 60 world-class presenters, including technology veterans, and founders of companies which have collectively raised over $18.1 billion in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Past events have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, Fortune.com, Bloomberg, and other mainstream media outlets.
The two-day conference will have new things in store for attendees to bring them added value on top of the already stacked speaker and sponsor lineup. As well as brand new Lightning Networking sessions, creative installments and a second track dedicated to digital security tokens, the event will still maintain the focus on investments, successful past and future ICOs, legal implications and regulations, and how decentralization is disrupting not only the banking industry.
The first speakers have been announced and include:
David Chaum, Inventor of Digital Cash
Dr. Patrick Byrne, Founder of Overstock.com and t0
Halsey Minor, Founder of CNET
Veronica McGregor, Head of Legal at Shapeshift.io
Matthew Roszak, Co-Founder, Bloq
Charlie Shrem, Bitcoin pioneer
Maja Vujinoc, CEO at OGroup
Craig Sellars, Co-Founder, Tether
Jason King, Co-Founder, Academy
Bruce Fenton, President of Atlantic Financial
Epperly Li, Investment Director at Bitmain
Marco Santori, President of Blockchain.com
Andrew Filipowski, Chairman at Tally Capital
Sang Lee, President & CEO, Darcmatter
Alexa Hefti, Blockchain Tax Lead at Deloitte
Jeffrey Tucker, Editorial Director at American Institute for Economic Research
Keynote’s founder Moe Levin says, “This conference comes at a pivotal time as innovation forces us all to make wise investing decisions. With an influx of new opportunities, and hundreds of new ICOs, Keynote wants to give our attendees the opportunity to meet the people and product they’ll be investing in, discuss white papers, and get a better understanding of the fast-expanding blockchain ecosystem. We’re also excited for our attendees to meet and interact with our sponsors and exhibitors, who are the greatest blockchain companies active at the moment.”
Tickets are available now at btcmiami.com/tickets.
For Sponsorship and Exhibiting information please email [email protected]
Keynote was launched in 2012 by blockchain strategist Moe Levin. Further information and details about Keynote and the event can be found at btcmiami.com
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