One of the most significant conferences to be held on cryptocurrencies this year will take place as part of Money2020, 2-4 November in Las Vegas.
(Bit)coinWorld At Money2020
will unite a varied range of speakers with a huge audience of 500 CEOs and over 4500 others from a host of companies from Visa and American Express to start-ups from around the world.
At the heart of the event is the promotion of cryptocurrencies and distributed payment protocols through education, with the aim of making them gather popularity with mainstream users more successfully.
“By adding (Bit)coinWorld as a key element of this year’s Money2020, we’re expanding our coverage of technology that we believe has real disruptive potential,” said Simran R. Aggarwal, co-founder and president of Money2020.
“Disruptive” is certainly an exciting word to read from the spokesman of a large, internationally accredited conference such as this. Indeed, many well-known Bitcoin evangelists top the bill of speakers, including Chris Larsen, co-founder and chief executive officer of Ripple Labs, and Nicolas Cary, chief executive officer of Blockchain.info. Little doubt can remain that there will be plenty of talk of the power harnessed in Bitcoin and therefore its formidable status as a challenger to the traditional banking and fiat currency systems.
With top executives from across the board due to converge on the event, corporate attendees will be exposed to a breadth of information which could well surpass any other event of its type previously hosted.
Roger Ver, pioneering Bitcoin evangelist and angel investor, indeed has high hopes for November, saying:
“Over time, I believe Bitcoin will become widely regarded as one of the most important inventions ever, and (Bit)coinWorld at Money2020 will be a great place for everyone to learn more about it and its broad, global implications.”
Not only will there be talks but also dedicated exhibition spaces for companies to unveil cryptocurrency innovations which will support the speakers’ news about its significant and rapid development. With the list of both speakers and exhibitors still to grow, this could well become the unmissable event for respectable cryptocurrency innovators and potential investors.
The Coin Telegraph will continue to bring you more details of (Bit)coinWorld At Money2020 as well as some special announcements, coming soon.
In the meantime, you can view all details of the Money2020 conference here