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Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 Announcement

SHANGHAI, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Produced by Bitfund.pe and UBM China, the FIRST global bitcoin conference in China -- Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 (GBS) will be held in Beijing from May 10th to 11th. During the event, outstanding and knowledgeable experts in the Bitcoin world will bring the latest information in the industry. They will also shed light on Bitcoin future trends in China and abroad, explore how to consolidate or expand existing business, and discuss how to initiate new Bitcoin business.

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GBS focuses on eight tracks: Trading Platform, Safety System, DAC, Laws & Regulations, Development Trend, Bitcoin Payments, Related Applications, and Innovative Crypto-Currency. The event aims to provide an ideal platform for Bitcoin enthusiasts to communication with each other and get insight into Bitcoin especially to provide information on the current development of the China market. Based on a win-win cooperation, GBS provides an excellent opportunity to help attendees to find suitable platforms, build a bridge for better communications, and promote the development of industries and the growth of individual business.

As the President of GBS and Founder of Bitfund.pe, Mr. Li Xiaolai sincerely invites all guests who are interested in Bitcoin to join the event.

Invitation Letter from Mr. Li Xiaolai

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On behalf of Bitfund.pe, I would like to invite you to the first international bitcoin summit in China. Join us on May 10th-11th at Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 (GBS) in Beijing. The Summit will be a consortium of prominent Bitcoin leaders, scholars, startups and businesses around the globe, and will also serve a stage where the world comes to witness the progress that China has made.

Bitcoin is a stunning invention and an innovation opportunity for China. Bitcoin startups began flourishing in China at the end of 2012. With one-year's time, there have been a number of bitcoin teams that have come to the fore and are driving this industry both in China and abroad. GBS aims to showcase the latest news and innovations in the bitcoin world and to let the world learn about the development of bitcoin in the China market.

The Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 will be held in Beijing, the capital of China with thousands of years of history. Join us at the Summit and explore the charm of the city. The Great Wall and the Forbidden City are surely not to be missed.

Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 is the first of its kind in China. We hope to invite guests and visitors from all nationalities. If you intend to join us as a member of the Advisory Committee/speakers/sponsors, please contact us. Tickets will go on sale in March 2013. Please stay tuned for our confirmed speakers, agenda, topics, etc.

I look forward to meeting you in Beijing. Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 welcomes you.

Conference at-a-glance

Time

Agenda

Apr. 19

Day One

Keynote

Main Conference

Panel Discussions

VIP Banquet

Bitcoin & Crypto-Currency Investment and Cooperation Workshop

Apr. 20

AM

Track One: DAC

Track Two: Crypto-Currency & Miner

Day Two

PM

Track Three:Bitcoin Applications & Transactions

Our official website will be released shortly. Register before March 25th to get Early Bird Discount.

Contacts us for more information:

Registration, Speaker, Sponsorship & Project cooperation:

Mr. Hubert Guan
T: +86-21-6157-7209
E: [email protected]

Mr. Hitters Xu
M: +86-186-2162-1117
E: [email protected]

Mr. Stan Zhou
M: +86-21-6157-7254
E: [email protected]

Marketing & PR:

Ms. Shuyi Liang
T: +86-21-6157-7245
E: [email protected]

Ms. Valery Wang
M: +86-152-1069-7987
E: [email protected]

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