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January 17-18, 2017 The North America Bitcoin Conference heading to Miami


On January 17-18, Miami will host The North America Bitcoin Conference 2017. The James L Knight Centre in downtown Miami will provide the inspirational backdrop for event. Steeped in history and architecturally magnificent, this unique venue guarantees an atmosphere befitting the conference’s caliber.

The North American Bitcoin Conference is carefully curated to teach you about next-level, actionable innovation and technology you can utilize the very next day. TNABC speakers are the best and brightest from the world of innovation. They are the innovators, thought leaders and decision makers that ignite discussion and illuminate tomorrow’s financial landscape.

Following the success of conferences in Amsterdam, Miami, Chicago, and Los Angeles, hundreds of senior executives will travel to Miami again on January 17 & 18, 2017 to discuss the bright future of Bitcoin and Blockchain, the most successful virtual currency in the world. This year’s speakers includes Roger Ver, Jeff Garzik, Charlie Shrem, Marco Streng, Chandler Guo, Jonathan Chester and Ryan Taylor.

The North America Bitcoin Conference will offer attendees:

  • 150+ of the world’s most famous speakers;
  • 12 of the world’s most innovative financial conferences;
  • 750+ CEOs, senior executives, vips, investors, government officials and more;
  • 150+ articles written in major news outlets;
  • 5 world-class networking events.

If you’re not well schooled in bitcoin and its underlying technology, you’re not alone. Most executives don’t understand the repercussions of this new disruptive tech. Attend the event to get yourself up to speed on the applications, ramifications and nuances of bitcoin and the blockchain. Bitcoin Garden readers get $50 off conference ticket using the code WELOVEBG at registration.


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