The most awaited event of the year, ‘Inside Bitcoins’ has just began. With over 90 speakers and participants from 26 countries, the event comprises of two seminar tracks and 36 sessions and is being considered the largest Bitcoin exhibition to date. The event began after Circle’s Jeremy Allaire, gave his keynote address.
Jeremy D. Allaire gave great incites on the digital currency and said that Bitcoin will one day be subject to global treaties and central bank interventions. The organizers of the event say that the Javits Convention Center on W. 34th Street is busy as fully occupied as speakers and participants are flocking in large numbers.
The participants will gain insight into the future of Bitcoin through carefully-curated information sessions which cover some current topics like “Politics, Press and Regulation: Bitcoin in Washington, DC”, “Bitcoin in the Cloud”, “Wall Street’s View of Fair Value for Bitcoin”, “The State of Bitcoin Security”, “The Bitcoin Startup Ecosystem”, etc.
The above topics are of great concern for developers, entrepreneurs, financial professionals, private equity, corporate, angel and venture capital investors, banks and financial institutions, etc. The organizers say that most of the crowd attending the conference comprises of the same section of professionals.
The influencers putting their points across at the conference will be extremely beneficial for those who have been showing their concern on the recent issues surrounding the crash of one of Bitcoin’s earliest and largest exchanges, Mt. Gox. The topic is being covered in the newly-added session, “Mt. Gox: Collapse of a Bitcoin Giant.”
Registration Still Open for the Event
Registration is still open for today’s event and interested parties can register to get entry to attend the seminars and get the answers to all of their questions surrounding the current state of Bitcoin. The event may also be helpful for consultants and legal professionals who might be interesting to explore their scope in the digital economy.
There is a lot of misunderstanding about the nature of Bitcoin among some reporters. Journalists attending the conference can attend seminar titled “Politics, Press and Regulation: Bitcoin in Washington, DC.” This may give them new perspective on the digital currency and help them understand the nuances and implications of the emerging virtual currency.
Several hacking attempts: some failed and some successful has also created a vacuum for learning new security solutions among the services providers. They too can attend the conference wherein the expert speakers will be putting their views on “The State of Bitcoin Security.”
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