The Future of Bitcoin: Embracing Monetary Change and Competition
As the world is learning to accept Bitcoin as a Global Currency, people realize it is here to stay and changing the world’s future as we know it. Bitcoin is moving towards even more global, decentralized and permissionless research and development.
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This press release was provided by The Future of Bitcoin Conference 2017
Decentralizing the Future Economy With Bitcoin
Keynote Speaker Jihan Wu – “Why Bitcoin needs Multiple Implementations.”
These developers, researchers and visionaries presenting, are an important part of Bitcoin’s future. From Russia, Poland, France, Italy, Norway, The Netherlands, China, Canada, USA and Argentina , presenters at The Future of Bitcoin Conference 2017 represent the global nature of Bitcoin. Individuals and teams will be showcasing the work they have been doing to offer diversity and free choice to businesses and individuals using the network.
This conference offers people working with the Bitcoin protocol, the opportunity to meet face to face, to discuss the progression of bitcoin, while exploring the balance between cooperation and competition.
Join us for 2 days of presentations, panels, discussions, meals and social events in the Bitcoin friendly city of Arnhem, the Netherlands.
Admission: US $250 — Bitcoin accepted.
For more information, visit: www.thefutureofbitcoin.com
About the Conference
The Future of Bitcoin conference took place in June-July 2017 in Arnhem, Netherlands. Presenting at the event were several high profile individuals who will be making key decisions about what Bitcoin is, and how it works, in the years to come.
This is a comprehensive video series featuring all the speakers and panels from the 2017. event. Watch them for a direct insight into the minds engaged in research and development to keep Bitcoin disruptive, decentralized, global and permissionless.
Will you attend this conference on June 30? Let us know down below.
Images via Facts.co, Jihan Wu/Twitter