CONFERENCES featured conferences and events: July, 2013

TAGs: APT, bitcoin london, world series of poker, WSOP

Bitcoin, virtual and decentralized currencyBitcoin, the world’s latest and greatest virtual and decentralized currency, has caught the online gambling industry’s eye and the first Bitcoin London conference takes place July 2nd in Canary Wharf.

Scheduled speaker Erik Voohrees, founder of, is making the trip to London from Panama City to participate: “This London conference will be an excellent followup to the momentum at the large recent Bitcoin conference in San Jose. This one should be a little more focused on B2B and professional networking, whereas the first was more of an enthusiast convention. I’m very excited to learn more about the various projects being built around the world, especially Europe and Asia. And of course, when you get a bunch of crypto-industrialists together, it’s always a good time”.

What: Bitcoin London
When: July 2, 2013
Where: Canary Wharf, London
How to register:Apply online for an invite

WSOP Bodog girlsThe biggest and most famous poker event in the world is already heating up at the Rio in Las Vegas– The World Series of Poker or WSOP. The WSOP Main Event runs from July 6th until the 15th and according to Presenter and Bodog sponsored player Tatjana Pasalic, “The WSOP Main Event is still the most prestigious event with a huge field that is very tough to beat. Everyone who plays poker dreams about this bracelet”.

What: World Series of Poker Main Event
When: July 6th-July 15, 2013
Where: The Rio, Las Vegas
Main Event Buy In: USD 10,000

The poker activity continues on the other side of the world later in July at the Asian Poker Tour (APT) Macau. The APT is now in its 5th year with more and more events finding themselves on the agenda as popularity of the series builds. APT Macau is taking place at the StarWorld Hotel & Casino, with a HKD 25,000 or USD 3,250 buy in for the Main Event.

APT Macau Main Event
When: July 28-July 31, 2013
Where: StarWorld Hotel & Casino, Macau
Main Event Buy In: HKD 25,000 or USD 3,250


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