The Bangkok Bitcoin Expo 2014 will be held in the capital city of Thailand and isxpected to be visited by hundreds of Service Providers and other companies. Expected to attract professionals and enthusiasts from all over the region, the organizers have kept the venue at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Thailand First Purpose-Built Convention Center.
According to the organizers of the event, the conference will cover most interesting topics that may include innovation in the field, regulation and compliance between continents, altcoins, mining, investments, and also new technologies and products will be presented. Thus, a range of topics are going to be discussed at the event to provide perspective to participants.
Nonetheless, the official website of the organizers discloses that anyone interested may join the conference and meet with other Bitcoin enthusiasts from around the globe, make new business connections, see exciting startups exhibit their projects and help to form and define Bitcoin future. The event that is going to last for three days is expected to get renowned speakers as well.
The official website of the organizers says that Queen Sirikit National Convention Center which is Thailand’s premier venue for international meetings, conferences and exhibitions, renowned for its hospitality, service excellence and the quality of its facilities, etc. is going to be the venue for the Bangkok Bitcoin Expo this year.
The convention center has more than 65,000 sq m of space, and considered ideal for conferences of up to 5,000 delegates and exhibitions of up to 900 booths, supported by the latest technology, numerous in-house services and a wealth of international management experience. The Center was built to proudly reflect the essence of Thai culture in its architecture and décor.
The participants from around the world are not just going to attend the three-day event but also look and get a real feeling of Thailand combined with the space and quality demanded by international events. Though this is not the first event that the Center has hosted in over the past two decades of existence, this certainly is going to be the first Bitcoin event.
Interestingly enough, the subject of Bangkok Bitcoin Expo 2014 “Future of Asia.” Thus, the focus will be on looking into the topics that revolve around the future of digital currency in Asian continent and what are opportunities and challenges for Bitcoin companies.
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