The second annual Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo will be held at the City of Charlotte. The two-day event that will focus on the emerging Bitcoin and digital currency industry is expected to attract industry experts and the people interested in the digital currencies. The last summer’s inaugural expo in Raleigh attracted over 350 people.
Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo provides an excellent opportunity for digital currency developers, enthusiasts, investors and technologists from across the United States and World to be part of the event and explore it further. Nonetheless, current issues and events pertaining to Bitcoin, blockchain technology, startups, etc. are going to provide excellent platform.
Moreover, as this will also host events for venture capital investment, people who wish to make money investing in digital currency can participate. A major panel discussion regarding the ongoing financial crisis in Greece and Bitcoin portability is also planned for Saturday the 15th. The debate is expected to attract a large audience as it is very much a talking point.
It appears the Second Annual Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo is being organized in a partnership with Comptegrity and the Chamber of Digital Commerce to put on the regions first Virtual Currency and Blockchain Technology Compliance Workshop on August 14th. Nonetheless, this program is set to provide everything people ever wanted to know about the critical laws and regulations.
The organizers of the Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo admit that debates on laws and regulations that make the participants understand and know how to run a company will also be part of the event. The one-day venture into AML and OFAC compliance, money transmitter laws, consumer protection, privacy and cyber security requirements and more, etc. will be covered as well.
Attend Virtual Currency Compliance Workshop for $149.00
Nonetheless, the Virtual Currency Compliance Workshop is sponsored by Comptegrity and the Chamber of Digital Commerce, and will coincide with the Second Annual Cryptolina Bitcoin Expo. The organizers also claim that this program is priced at $149.00 and is geared toward not only digital and virtual currency companies and their compliance teams but also to regulators.
Even lawmakers, as well as professional service providers can be part of Virtual Currency Compliance Workshop which will be led by Ms. Carol R. Van Cleef. The two-day conference is a sequel to last summer’s inaugural expo in Raleigh that attracted over 350 digital currency developers, investors and regulators from across the United States and Europe.
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