Pan-Nordic Bitcoin conference to be held in Copenhagen is going to be one of the biggest events in Scandinavia. Organized by the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) the conference is expected to discuss the future of the crypto-currency on 28th November. Thus, it is just round the corner when more than 250 people who have signed up will be participating in one of the biggest Bitcoin events in Nordic countries.
To be held at Charlottehaven Konference center, Hjørringgade 12C, DK-2100 København Ø, it will be witnessing a galaxy of speakers. It will begin with an introduction and welcome to the first Pan-Nordic Bitcoin Conference, facilitated by CAC card academy. The owner to introduce the conference has been given to Mikkel Freltoft Krogsholm who works as consultant at CFIR.
Leading Speakers in Pan-Nordic Bitcoin Conference 2013
The Executive Director of the Bitcoin Foundation Mr. Jon Matonis will be keynote speaker at the Pan-Nordic Bitcoin Conference 2013. He will also be participating in panel discussions. Another speaker who will be enlightening the audience is Ole Bjerg from Copenhagen Business School. He will be talking about the concept of money and how is it applicable to Bitcoin.
On the other hand, Michael Grønager, COO of Payward will be introducing the audience to the concept of Bitcoin and its ecosystem i.e. how it works and the infrastructure associated with Bitcoins. He will also be delving on some more generic discussion about the perception of Money by Ole Bjerg.
Scandinavia Has Great Scope for Bitcoin Economy
The prosperous region of Scandinavia which comprises of Sweden, Denmark and Norway, has several Bitcoin companies that are playing a vital role in the growth and development of the digital currencies. For instance, Michael Grønager, COO of Payward, the company behind Kraken, is located in Denmark. Payward plays host to Bitcoin payment processing firm BIPS.
Denmark also has its own exchange, Bitcoin Nordic. Similarly, Sweden has the Safello exchange, Kapiton, and mining hardware firm KnCMiner. Norway is not far behind as it has Coincloud, a company that is expected to launch a Bitcoin-based cloud storage service.
The one day event is expected to provide an opportunity to Bitcoin enthusiasts and traders to understand the Bitcoin economy and develop a better understanding of what Bitcoin actually is, how to buy Bitcoins, and how to use it. Nonetheless, such events also provide exposure and opportunity to businesses who participate.
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