October is going to witness an exclusive Bitcoin event ‘CoinAgenda’ from 7th to 9th. The event is dedicated solely to Bitcoin and virtual currency investors. According to the organizers of the conference, it is going to be held at the Palms Casino and Resort in Las Vegas. They claim that it is going to provide excellent exposure to investors and companies.
In a press release issued, the organizers inform that the main CoinAgenda conference features two days of keynotes and specialized sessions on cryptocurrency investment, trading and hedging strategies, and allocation of virtual currency portfolios. They admit that approximately 40 speakers will present during the conference.
Further, throughout the conference there will be meals and cocktail parties, including a special dinner on the 8th at the former Mike Tyson mansion made famous in the film “The Hangover.” The organizers invite everyone whether they are a stock market, real estate or gold investor looking to diversify their portfolio with the historically high returns of cryptocurrency.
Even angel investors, who are looking for new startups in this hot new sector, are being invited by the organizers of the event which has been broken into two tracks. The main CoinAgenda conference features two days of keynotes and specialized sessions on cryptocurrency investment, including Bitcoins, altcoins and mining; trading and hedging strategies; and allocation of cryptocurrency portfolios.
Attractive Opportunities for Investors and Companies
The organizers claim that the conference will include meals and cocktail parties throughout the event, including a special dinner on Wednesday night at the former Mike Tyson mansion made famous in the movie, The Hangover. There will be a concurrent event by BitAngels that will focus on startups and early-stage investments, with 20 early stage startups presenting.
The second event is sort of social event for the 500-person global network, but does not include all of the investment sessions nor the same hospitality options. CoinAgenda attendees will have full access to both events. Michael Terpin, the founder of the event says that unlike some tradeshows where may feel like an afterthought, here participants are the center of attention.
He says that the four tiers of educational content i.e. informative, action-oriented workshops, not theoretical debates are all aimed at putting the attendee in the framework of making an investment in cryptocurrency with some sense of urgency. According to him, each sponsor has their own standalone presentation as part of the program.
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