Bitcoin London Conference ready to open its doors on July 2

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Bitcoin London Conference ready to open its doors on July 2“Bitcoin is the most important invention in the history of the world since the Internet.”

These are the words of the man people call “Bitcoin Jesus”, Bitcoin investor Roger Ver. For those who think that Ver is merely waxing hyperbole, think again. He believes in the future of Bitcoin and he’s far from the only one.

A cadre of some of the biggest and most respected names in the digital currency industry share in Bitcoin Jesus’ sentiments and a lot of them will be in attendance for the Bitcoin London Conference on July 2 at Level 39 in Canary Wharf, London.

The invitation-only conference will only last for one day, which speaks to Bitcoin’s significance and importance as the future of digital currencies. It’s no surprise then that the conference will be attended by some of the brightest minds and thought leaders in the industry.

High growth companies that have used Bitcoins as platforms for their respective businesses will be there, a lot of whom will also be speaking in panel discussions to talk about a multitude of topics related to Bitcoin’s growing clout in the digital currency industry. Four individuals – Erik Vorhees, CEO, Coinapult; Nejc Kodric, CEO, BItstamp; Jeremias Kangas, CEO, LocalBitcoins; and Jered Kenna, CEO, Tradehill – will be there to lead a panel discussion on the Bitcoin start-up ecosystem, a place all four have taken full advantage of on their way to being called “the rising stars” of the said ecosystem.

Along those same lines will be presentations and more panel discussions on topics ranging from decentralized finance, investment and merchant opportunities in the Bitcoin space, and start-up pitches, among others.

While the prevailing theme of the entire day-long conference is to point the glowing spotlight on Bitcoin and the digital currency industry as a whole, there will also be discussions on the future of the industry moving forward, including the likely evolution of the Bitcoin economy and the regulatory and legal challenges it faces, now and in the future.

It’s probably no coincidence that venture investors and hedge fund professionals have also registered their names to attend the Bitcoin London Conference. The event is fast becoming a melting pot for people who know about Bitcoin, people who want to know about Bitcoin, and people willing, ready, and able to invest on Bitcoin.

That’s precisely why the Bitcoin London Conference will also have ample time for networking opportunities among Bitcoin entrepreneurs, venture investors, and hedge fund professionals, who either want to learn more about Bitcoin or jump on board the fast-growing industry.

In the end, the Bitcoin London Conference isn’t so much about a gathering of smart people. It’s a gathering of smart people who are championing a revolution in the digital currency space. It’s the kind of paradigm shift that Ver passionately describes as the “most important invention in the history of the world since the Internet” without any hint of exaggeration.

It all happens at the Bitcoin London Conference.


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