Three thousand companies participate in the 2022 Bitcoin conference

The 2022 Bitcoin conference will be held from today until April 9 with the participation of 3,000 companies and 450 speakers from more than 45 countries

The 2022 Bitcoin conference will be held from today until April 9 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, in the United States, the participation of more than 3 thousand companies related to the cryptographic system and approximately 450 speakers from more than 45 countries of the world.

The purpose of the annual event is to promote the debate on the use of “the use of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies throughout the world.” It is also the appropriate stage to make announcements of great importance for the crypto system.

One of the most anticipated and highly anticipated conferences is that of the president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, this April 7, due to the announcements that he could make. In addition to Bukele, exhibitors such as Cynthia Lummis, US senator from Wyoming; Jordan Peterson and Román Martínez, creators of the Bitcoin Beach project; Saifedean Ammus, author of The Bitcoin Pattern. As well as senior managers of companies linked to digital currencies such as Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy; Jack Mallers, CEO of Strike.

During the four days of the event various activities will be carried out. The first day was called: Industry Day. “The most innovative companies and projects in the ecosystem, as well as investors, will meet”. The content will deal with the obsolescence of the traditional financial system as a consequence of bitcoin.; topics related to mining, the development of open source projects. As well as the way to raise funds, the opportunities that the business is generating and trends.

While the main conference is scheduled for the 7th and 8th and on April 9th ​​the “first Bitcoin music festival Sound Money will be held, where famous artists will be present, such as Steve Aoki, MØ, Deadmau5, Logic, CL, Apashe and San Holo”.

M. Rodríguez


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