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Ripple Labs, the creator and developer of the Ripple payment protocol and exchange network, will soon be closing a US$30 million Series A funding round.
In January, the Christmas and holiday craze will mostly be over. Wouldn’t it be great to receive one late Christmas gift? How about a free entrance to the biggest Bitcoin conference in London?
Thanks to Bitcoin, the world of economies and transactions are undergoing a revolution never seen before. And it is precisely at the Virtual Expo 2015 that Bitcoin brings together, for the first time in recent history, the most important players of the social, industrial and economic movement that is already a reality in many countries around the world. Additionally, CoinTelegraph is proud to announce that it will be the official media sponsor of this truly global and decentralized event.
After the previous successes of the Central European Bitcoin Expo Vienna, the BitcoinExpo 2014 Shanghai, and the Bitcoin 2 Business Congress Brussels, the CryptoEvents team is now bringing you BitcoinExpo London 2015.
The music industry, along with print journalism, is one of the most obvious examples of the Internet completely flipping something on its head.
BitcoinExpo 2014 is the place where the growing influence of China, western traditions and technological innovation will all come together.
The Bitcoin Expo (March 1-15, 2015) will be held online only, and thus, will be accessible to the community around the world.
Coin Telegraph was on hand May 31–June 1 in Vienna for the Central European Bitcoin Expo, for which Coin Telegraph was a media partner.
After partnering up with the Vienna University of Technology, Cebexpo is changing the place of the conference from ACV to TU Wien.
Vienna is gearing up to host the first Bitcoin Conference in Central Europe. The Central European Bitcoin Expo (CEBE) 2014 will be held in Austria’s capital from May 31-June 1.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency at large has been under a lot of scrutiny from the media, government, and even technology giants.
The Global Bitcoin Alliance will organise a “Best Practice” track at the Bitcoin Expo in Toronto on Saturday, April 12, 2014. It will consist of three talks aimed at the general public and a round table meeting, which is targeted at people who want to set up non-profit organisations, organise meetups or create public Bitcoin spaces themselves. The goal of this track is the same as the general goal of the GBA: to enable Bitcoin activists to learn from each other.
Exactly in 72 days the Central European Bitcoin Expo of 2014 is going to be launched. The planned event will be open for visitors for two days – the 31st of May and 1st of June, exactly on the shift between spring and summer. The conference claims to be the first to introduce the ideas of Bitcoin to the Central Europe.
As summer events of the Bitcoin environment are already announced, spring meetups open details and populate up-to-date schedules. The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada is holding Bitcoin Expo in April; it is perfect timing to provide attendees with exact agenda and speakers’ list.
Richard Stallman, president of the Free Software Foundation, warned listeners at a Bitcoin conference in London that the currency is not truly anonymous, but it must become so if we are to make democracy safe.
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