The North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) is coming back to Miami after cryptocurrencies and blockchain assets celebrated an incredible year in 2017.
In last year’s TNABC event in Miami, everyone was in optimistic as the price of bitcoin went up to $900 per BTC.
Since then the currency has gained over 1,300% in value, reaching a high of close to $20,000 per coin.
Additionally, the initial coin offering (ICO) movement has brought the blockchain to a whole new level as participants have uncovered a vehicle to back distributed ledger projects.
The upcoming event held at the spacious James L Knight Center on January 18-19 is sure to be a thrilling experience.
On January 17, there will be a kick-off party at the world-famous South Beach hotel, The Clevelander.
The following day, there will be a massive networking event at E11even nightclub, also in Miami.
Meet Crypto-Developers and Blockchain Luminaries
The North American Bitcoin Conference 2018 will be the perfect environment for both newcomers and veterans within the digital currency space.
This year’s TNABC will have a wide range of popular speakers from blockchain movers and shakers, venture capitalists, developers, and the like.
Keynote speakers this year include Halsey Minor, the founder of CNET, Blockchain Capital’s Brock Pierce, Craig Sellars, and Jack Wu, CEO of Wanchain.
Also on tap are Diego Gutierrez Zaldivar, CEO of RSK Labs, Dreamteam’s Alexander Kokhanovskyy, and so much more.
With the cryptocurrency space moving at a dizzying rate, Keynote CEO, Moe Levin, is hyped for this year’s TNABC.
“This year we are happy to host over 50 ICOs and our partner Victory Square Technologies is giving away $100,000 to the top three pitches,” Levin was quoted as saying.
In addition to the lineup of speakers, there will be a lot of exhibits throughout the halls of the James L Knight Center at TNABC 2018.
Lots of Education at the TNABC
There will be lots of education as well, as well as individuals who are fully emerged in the blockchain space will share their insight.
Visitors will learn how the blockchain will rapidly advance businesses on the global level.
People will learn about the “Tokenization of Things” and how cryptocurrencies, and ICOs, are transforming pre-existing funding models.
Furthermore, there will be many talks about the biggest blockchain project at the moment, Bitcoin with conversations revolving around its price, scaling, and the infrastructure being built around its network.
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