From January 28 to 29, 2021, the North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) is preparing to start its eighth exhibition with another event focused on cryptocurrency and blockchain. Event organizers gathered more speakers than ever before, because due to the continuing coronavirus epidemic, this year’s TNABC will be 100% virtual. The creator of TNABC said that this year has indeed shown us “the resilience of the global encryption economy.”
As the organizers stated that the team has planned a lineup of some celebrities in the crypto and blockchain industries, this year’s North American Bitcoin Conference will be restarted. This year’s TNABC will be the eighth annual meeting of the event, but the Covid-19 pandemic made it a reality, so TNABC in 2021 will be hosted online. This year’s hardships are hard, but there is still an urgent need to continue to promote the benefits of these extraordinary technologies.
In 2021, the TNABC website stated: “As cryptocurrencies reach historical highs, we have a responsibility to share knowledge and understand the changing global landscape.” In the past seven years, the North American Bitcoin Conference has hosted executives from crypto companies, risk Extensive speeches by capitalists, blockchain developers, and promoters and promoters of the development of the blockchain field.
The detailed information on the TNABC event page in 2021 shows that the organizer team has gathered many well-known speakers from all over the world to “provide a compact master class on the state of cryptocurrency.”
Well-known cryptocurrency and blockchain missionaries who spoke at this year’s TNABC include Bitcoin.com founder Roger Ver, IOHK founder Charles Hoskinson, Monero core developer Riccardo Spagni, Polymath CEO Trevor Koverko, and OB1 CEO Brian Hoffman, blockchain entrepreneur Brock Pierce, Freeross.org founder and political activist Lyn Ulbricht, Edge founder and CEO Paul Puey, Binary Financial’s Harry Yeh, Bloq chairman and co-founder Matthew Roszak, and Bitwage Founder and CEO Jonathan Chester.
This week, TNABC host and Keynote founder and CEO Moe Levin discussed the upcoming virtual conference with news.Bitcoin.com. “In fact, we are all able to participate in this event. Many people around the world will be able to participate soon. Most or even not all of our plans made through mobile phones have shown me how rapidly our world has changed in recent years. And technology plays an important role in our lives.” Levine said. “It also shows me how the world is prepared for new technologies that are as international, mobile and easy to use as the rest of our lives.”
The TNABC host and Keynote founder added:
It showed me that it is time to advance blockchain and cryptocurrency, and provide the world with technologies suitable for the current era. Thanks to the good reviews we saw online, it showed me that others feel the same way.
TNABC organizers also specified that even if participants cannot drink together in Miami, the event will still hold an online exchange. In addition to the keynote speakers, the conference will also focus on debates among global change makers, thought leaders and industry insiders.
News.Bitcoin.com readers can get tickets to TNABC 2021 Here After obtaining the pass, participants will receive a unique joining code and link to register on the event platform from January 25 to 26, 2021. The organizers of TNABC also created a comprehensive guide and expectations for this conference.
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