From January 28-29, 2021, the North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) is preparing to begin its eighth exhibition with another event focused on cryptocurrency and blockchain. The organizers have set up more speakers than ever as this year’s TNABC will be 100% virtual due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The makers of TNABC say this year really showed us all “how robust a global crypto economy can be”.
The North American Bitcoin Conference is back in full swing this year as organizers say the team has put together a number of some of the biggest names in the crypto and blockchain industry. This year’s TNABC is the event’s eighth annual conference, but the Covid-19 pandemic has managed to get the TNABC hosted online by 2021. The difficulties have been difficult this year, but there is still a great need to move on in order to spread the benefits of these extraordinary technologies far and wide.
“As cryptocurrencies hit an all-time high, it is our responsibility to share knowledge and understand the ever-changing global landscape,” she said 2021 TNABC website Remarks. For the past seven years, the North American Bitcoin Conference has hosted a host of speakers from executives from crypto companies, venture capitalists, blockchain developers, as well as the makers and shakers who keep things happening in the blockchain space.
On the TNABC event page from 2021 it is described in detail that the organizing team has put together a large number of well-known speakers from all over the world in order to “deliver a compact master class on the state of the cryptocurrency”.
Well-known crypto and blockchain evangelists speaking at this year’s TNABC include Bitcoin.com founder Roger Ver, IOHK founder Charles Hoskinson, Monero core developer Riccardo Spagni, Polymath CEO Trevor Koverko, the OB1 CEO Brian Hoffman, blockchain entrepreneur Brock Pierce, founder of Freeross.org and political activist Lyn Ulbricht, founder and CEO of Edge, Paul Puey, Harry Yeh of Binary Financial, chairman and co-founder of Bloq, Matthew Roszak, and the founder and CEO of Bitwage, Jonathan Chester.
This week, TNABC moderator and keynote founder and CEO Moe Levin discussed the upcoming virtual conference with news.Bitcoin.com. “The fact that we are all able to attend this event, many at short notice, from around the world, most if not all of the plans we have made with our cell phones, shows me how fast our world is changing has changed in the last few years and what kind of technology is playing an important role in our lives today, ”said Levin. “It also shows me how ready the world is for a new technology that is as international and mobile and as simple as the rest of the technology in our lives.”
The TNABC host and Keynote founder added:
It shows me that it is time to advance blockchain and cryptocurrencies and give the world a technology that corresponds to our times. And thanks to the great reception we see online, it shows me that others think the same way.
TNABC organizers also stated that while attendees will not be able to have a drink together in Miami, the event will continue to host online networking. In addition to Keynote speakerThe conference will also focus on debates between global change makers, thought leaders and industry insiders.
News.Bitcoin.com readers can get tickets for TNABC 2021 Here After purchasing a pass, participants will receive a unique entry code and a link to register on the event platform from January 25 to 26, 2021. The organizers of TNABC have also created a comprehensive guide and learned what to expect at this year’s conference.
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