Inside Bitcoins Conference Is Coming to Las Vegas on October 5-7th – Get 10% OFF

Inside Bitcoins, the leading international conference and expo exploring the business opportunities and threats posed by the growth of cryptocurrencies, is coming to Las Vegas next month.

Continuing the largest bitcoin event worldwide, Inside Bitcoins is traveling to Las Vegas October 5-7 at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino. Photo: InsideBitcoins.com

Continuing the largest bitcoin event worldwide, Inside Bitcoins is traveling to Las Vegas October 5-7 at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino. Photo: InsideBitcoins.com

Inside Bitcoins Conference and Expo will be returning to Las Vegas on October 5-7, 2014 featuring 35 informational sessions, over 70 speakers, 4 keynotes, and a half day of workshops!

The event will explore the way that cryptocurrency has been affecting the payments industry, and will cover a wide range of topics including mainstream adoption, compliance, bitcoin startups, investing, mining, altcoins, equipment, and more. The first 300 paid attendees will receive $50 in bitcoin.

New to Inside Bitcoins Las Vegas will be a half day of small classroom-style workshops taught by cryptocurrency veterans, which will provide attendees with an interactive, informative setting to learn about various facets of the bitcoin ecosystem.

Recently announced is a keynote by Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock.com, who will be leading a session titled, “Cryptosecurities: the Next Decentralized Frontier” on October 6 at 3:30pm. Byrne will also be making an exciting announcement at the event regarding Overstock’s latest development on the Bitcoin front.

Featured speakers include:

  • Patrick Byrne, CEO, Overstock.com
  • Bobby Lee, CEO, BTC China & Board Member, Bitcoin Foundation
  • Daniel Larimer, Founder, Bitshares.org
  • Perianne Boring, Founder & President, Chamber of Digital Commerce

And many more! See the full roster of speakers here.

Interested in attending? Enter code COINSPEAKER for 10% OFF Gold and Silver Passports. Register now!

 

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