Bitcoin Sweden Conference Almost Here

Next Thursday, April 3rd the CAC card academy will hold a conference dedicated to the first crypto-currency. The event will take place in Stockholm at Finlandshuset (Finland House Conference).

In the announcement, published on the official academy’s webpage, the conferenced is said to be welcome for people, who want to get deeper understanding of the Bitcoin community. However, when I tell you the list of speakers for the event, You, our devoted reader, who without a doubt is more acquainted with digital coins than an average Joe, will hardly resist the temptation to visit the event.

I will name only three of them, each representing a different facet of the cryptocommunity.

The roots

If name Jon Matonis doesn’t ring a bell, then probably Bitcoin Foundation will.  Jon is the Executive Director of the joint that “standardizes, protects and promotes the use of Bitcoin cryptographic money for the benefit of users worldwide.”

If your circle of interest is not limited by the simple trading of bitcoins, then I guess, you would like to know, where the crypto-locomotive is moving. In that case, you do want to hear out the man from the “inside”

The trunk

Let’s take another wild guess, you are in a possession of a big mining farm somewhere in Canada and the viability of your business is tied to the output calculation power of your cluster. I would be surprised if you didn’t want to listen to Josh Zerlan, the COO & VP of Production Development from Butterfly Labs Inc.

The company has probably built and distributed all of the digital miners you keep in that cold as hell warehouse of yours. Of course, may want to set up a mining facility, either way, meeting Josh is a must.

The leaf

Then again, you are a developer, who sees the Bitcoin as opportunity that goes by without you involvement. In case you want to become the part of the cryptocommmunity you should talk to the person who represents project Ethereum on this event, Stephen Tual.

We have covered things regarding Ethereum, but I’ll quote their site for a little extra info:

“Ethereum can be used to codify, decentralize, secure and trade just about anything: voting, domain names, financial exchanges, crowdfunding, company governance, contracts and agreements of most kind, intellectual property, and even smart property thanks to hardware integration.”

A bird

That said, maybe You really are making your first steps into the dark forest of the cryptographic currencies and just want some more intel on what awaits around the corner. Go and see for yourself, the tickets are only 199,00 euro per person and you know what the best thing is? You can pay with Bitcoin!


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