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There’s been a great deal of talk lately about digital currencies, and how they may change the landscape of financial services that we use every day. While bitcoin and the digital currency ecosystem have proven to be a boon to consumers, we can’t forget the potential in digital currency to change our financial landscape, and that’s why we’re hosting this Bitcoin Finance Summit in Houston July 15-18, 2013.
This forum will be moderated by Mike Cogan, the CEO of MoneyBelt, and will focus on the following topics:
Bitcoins – What’s the Story?
Regulation – How Does It End Up?
A New Perspective for Entrepreneurs – The Future
What Comes Next
Flexibility and Innovation
What to expect in terms of venue and format
Who may join us?
Digital currencies are not the only technology that’s being explored. In addition to bitcoin, there is the “altcoin” space, and these currencies will offer a very different financial landscape, and perhaps even a few surprises.
Digital currencies may offer a lot of promise for some consumers, and certainly in terms of transparency and ease of use, they appear to be the next big thing that’s set to disrupt consumer financial services. This opportunity has generated a lot of excitement in the technology community (the number of startups developing bitcoin-based financial products has grown dramatically), making this an opportune time to gather together in search of future innovations.
What follows is a brief summary of the topics to be discussed in this forum. Please be sure to contact us if anyone feels that they have anything missing. Please check back frequently for updates.
The story so far:
The first digital currency that ever existed was created. Satoshi Nakamoto released bitcoin in 2009, which is still considered to be the first of its kind. Satoshi Nakamoto, a mysterious individual who had created the currency, is believed to have been Satoshi’s real name, the pseudonym he used to identify himself, and that he is a pseudonym based upon that of the early computer scientist and programmer, Alan Turing, with
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