|By PR Newswire||
|March 6, 2014 03:18 AM EST||
-- Online registration is now open for attendees
SHANGHAI, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The official website (www.globalbtcsummit.com) of Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 has been released recently and is now offering an early bird discount to participants who register before March 25th. The conference, which will be held in Beijing from May 10th to 11th, aims to provide the ideal platform for Bitcoin enthusiasts to obtain insights and relevant information for the current development of China's Bitcoin market & innovation and providing opportunities to network with each other.
According to the report from CoinDesk, it shows that the world's first decentralized currency features a relatively decentralized geographic investment footprint, with 40% of all VC-backed Bitcoin companies based outside North America. It is also interesting to note that Asia, with several Bitcoin companies, has a sizable lead in terms of its total number of venture-backed VC companies as compared to Europe, which is home to just few companies. Global Bitcoin Summit 2014 is offering a great opportunity to all Bicoin fans to explore the large Chinese market.
The Summit will also feature many outstanding and knowledgeable experts to 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. Some featured speakers includes: Li Xiaolai (Funder of Bitfund.pe, the earliest bitcoin related private equities in China); Roger Ver (CEO of MemoryDealers.com & famous bitcoin investor); Aaron Koenig (General Secretary of Global Bitcoin Alliance); Anthony di lorio (Executive Director of Bitcoin Alliance of Canada); Daniel Larimer (Founder of Invictus Innovations); Charles Hoskinson (Founder of Ethereum); Nejc Kodric (CEO of Bitstamp); Chang Jia (Bitcoin enthusiasts, Author of Bitcoin: An imaginary but real world.)
Call for Submissions
The conference, with an aim to promote the development of Bitcoin industries, grow their own business, and seeking to build an event for the community, is now also inviting the Bitcoin Community and developers to submit proposals with the most relevant topics that are impacting developers today and to be involved as speakers.
The summit provides a flexible system for speakers with multiple time periods for the submissions and includes 30-45 minute Lectures, 45-60 minute Panels and Half-Day/Full-Day Workshops.
Some topics might include:
- Trading Platform
- Safety System
- Distributed Autonomous Corporations (DACs)
- Laws & Regulations
- Development Trend
- Bitcoin Payments
- Related Applications
- Innovative Crypto-Currency
Investment and Cooperation Workshop (VIP only)
Track One: Distributed Autonomous Corporations (DACs)
Track Two: Crypto-Currency & Mining Related
Track Three: Bitcoin Applications & Transactions
Online registration is now open. Register before March 25th to get Early Bird Discount.
Contacts us for more information:
Registration, Speaker, Sponsorship & Project cooperation:
Mr. Stan Zhou
M: (86-21) 6157 7254
E: [email protected]
Mr. Hubert Guan
T: (86-21) 6157 7209
E: [email protected]
Mr. Hitters Xu
M: (86) 186 2162 1117
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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