Miami To Host 2019 North American Bitcoin Conference January 17-18
Miami To Host 2019’s North American Bitcoin Conference
The seventh edition of the North American Bitcoin Conference will be held early next year in Miami.
As reported on news.bitoin.com, cryptocurrency and blockchain hobbyists from all over the world will meet in Miami from January 17, 2019. The conference will end the following day. The main item on the agenda will be to fast-track the mainstream adoption of blockchain technology and digital currencies.
This year, the convention attracted 4,500 attendees. This, coupled up with its existence for the better part of the last decade, make it one of the most popular events in the crypto space calendar. Besides, next year’s meeting is expected to cover blockchain-based security tokens.
The North American Bitcoin Conference is part of the World Blockchain Forum series. Similar to its contemporaries, it is often graced by leading entrepreneurs from the financial and technology industries. For instance, the 2019 edition will feature founders of projects which raised a total of $18.1 billion through ICO token sales. In addition, previous conferences were covered by reputable news sources such as The New York Times, Forbes, Bloomberg, and so on.
As expected, the speakers will talk about investing in the crypto space and associated matters, including ICOs, legal frameworks, and the impact of decentralization on the global economy.
The North American Bitcoin Conference is organized by Keynote, which is led by Moe Levin. Concerning this, Levin said that the meeting seeks to influence its attendees into making wise investment decisions. He added that the meeting will analyze project whitepapers so that the attending crypto investors can get a better understanding of their prospective investment areas. Levin concluded by saying that crypto enthusiasts will get the opportunity to meet leaders from leading blockchain companies.
Tickets for the North American Bitcoin Conference can be acquired from btcmiami.com/tickets.