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Bitcoin Magazine Sponsors the Global Bitcoin Summit


         Bitcoin Magazine Sponsors the Global Bitcoin Summit

The state of Bitcoin in China is still up in the air. However, this spring will mark the first Bitcoin conference to take place in China. The Global Bitcoin Summit will be held in Beijing from May 10 to 11, and will be produced by and UBM China. Also supporting the event will be Bitcoin Magazine, which will serve as the event’s Premier Media Sponsor.

The two-day conference will shed light on future Bitcoin trends in China and provide the latest information in the industry. The Global Bitcoin Summit aims to provide the ideal platform to obtain insights for the current development of the Bitcoin market in China, while providing networking opportunities to those in attendance. Topics are not limited to trading platforms, safety, security, laws and regulations and DACs (Distributed Autonomous Corporations).

Bitcoin Magazine is proud to support China’s first Bitcoin conference, the Global Bitcoin Summit. The conference will give the opportunity to witness the Bitcoin market and exciting innovation happening throughout the country. Additionally, the Summit will feature many knowledgeable and experienced members of the Bitcoin community that will enlighten attendees on future trends of Bitcoin in China and abroad.

The conference will provide a flexible schedule for speakers with multiple time periods and will include lectures, panels and workshops. Panelists and speakers will include infamous Bitcoin investor Roger Ver; Founder of Li Xiaolai; Aaron Koenig, General Secretary of the Global Bitcoin Alliance; Executive Director of the Bitcoin Alliance or Canada Anthony di Iorio; Founder of Invictus Innovations Daniel Larimer; Charles Hoskinson of Ethereum; Bitcoin evangelist Chang Jia; and Bitstamp CEO Nejc Kodric.

“Bitcoin is a stunning invention and an innovation opportunity for China. Bitcoin startups began flourishing in China at the end of 2012,” Li Xiaolai stated in an invitation letter regarding the first international summit in China. “In one-year’s time, there have been a number of bitcoin teams that have come to the forefront and are driving the industry both in China and internationally. The Global Bitcoin Summit aims to showcase the latest news and innovations in the bitcoin world and to let the world learn about the development of bitcoin in the China market.”

The Summit will promote the future of Bitcoin and virtual currencies throughout the world. As the Premier Media Sponsor, Bitcoin Magazine will work to provide industry information and future trends that come from the Global Bitcoin Summit. The event will help position Bitcoin businesses in the industry by opening a new level of communication to the global Bitcoin space, while also aiming to promote business development and growth.

The Global Bitcoin Summit could help drive government and community acceptance of Bitcoin and virtual currencies around the world. By opening the means of communication and providing authoritative information, the conference will attract both sides of the argument surrounding the use of Bitcoin.

Registration is currently open for the event, with an early bird special until March 25. For more information or to attend visit


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