SINGAPORE – MAY 7, 2014 - Later this month, Coin Congress will hold its first event in Singapore. The two-day Coin Congress Digital Currency Conference will take place on May 21-22 at the Shangri-La Hotel and will bring together digital currency professionals from around the world.
Coin Congress is focused on more than just Bitcoin, digital currency, monetization, integration and user acquisition; the inaugural event will bring together the culture of individuals and companies who are ready to break the mold and spark change. The conference hopes to provide the opportunity to meet and discuss the growing segment of digital currency.
“The Bitcoin platform is creating an upheaval in financial services, and we are just beginning to grasp how the world will change because of it,” Brock Pierce, a Coin Congress advisor stated. “Coin Congress brings together the industry’s top thought leaders to share their insights on the overall state of digital currencies, and provides attendees with actionable takeaways for their businesses.”
The conference will feature speakers from across the globe who are involved with some of the most innovative technologies in the digital currency space. Held in conjunction with Casual Connect Asia, Coin Congress will feature 20 speakers presenting their ideas to encourage growth within the digital currency industry. The schedule of speakers for the two-day event will include, Bitcoin Evangelist and investor Roger Ver; CEO and Co-Founder of BTC China Bobby Lee; Shawn Sloves, CEO and Co-Founder of Atlas ATS; David Johnston, Managing Director of the BitAngels Fund; CTO of the Mastercoin Foundation Craig Sellars; Steve Beauregard of GoCoin and many more.
Registration for Coin Congress Digital Currency Conference is still open, with tickets and sponsorships available at http://asia.coincongress.org/logistics. For more information about the event, how to attend, in addition to its schedule and speakers, visit http://asia.coincongress.org.
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