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Cureativ Presents The State Of Digital Money


         Cureativ Presents The State Of Digital Money

March 21, 2015. Los Angeles, CA –

On April 18th, 2015, for the first time in downtown Los Angeles, the State of Digital Money will paint a picture of a future vision shaped by the leaders of the digital currency community. Key speakers include, Jeff Garzk, Bitcoin core developer at Bitpay, Steve Beauregard, Co-Founder and CEO at GoCoin, and Connie Gallippi, Founder and Executive Director at the BitGive Foundation. Executives from innovative startups such as Factom, Changetip and Airbitz, will also be represented.

Hosted at rhubarb studios within the U.S. bank tower building in downtown Los Angeles, The State of Digital Money will showcase technologies and host expert conversations on the future of currency and financial activities in a developing global economy. With digital payments becoming increasingly more commonplace, new and emerging technologies are disrupting the global financial system. Blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies and decentralized applications are rapidly taking off as funding and investments continue to fuel the movement.

Whether you are new to the movement or are a seasoned professional in the space, attend and network with over 20 top industry professionals and 4 focused panels on regulation, investments, mainstream adoption and blockchain technology. Additional presentations will also cover the issues of digital currency security, social impacts, bitcoin mining and even bitcoin in space!

Confirmed Speakers Include:

Scott Bambacigno, Vice President, Alphapoint

Judd Bagley, Director of Communications, Overstock
Steve Beauregard, Co-founder & CEO, GoCoin
Andrew Beal, Associate, Crowley Corporate Attorneys
Flavien Charlon, Founder, Coinprism
Connie Lin Chung, Senior Payments Project Manager, Expedia
Edward Clements, Creator and Owner,
Adrian Fenty, Business Development, Perkins Coie
Connie Gallippi, Founder & ED, Bitgive Foundation
Jeff Garzik, Bitcoin Core Developer, Bitpay
Lingyun Gu, Founder, Chairman & CEO, Equinox Decisions
Alyse Killeen, Venture Capital Investor, March Capital Partners
Andrew Lee, CEO,
Alex Rozman, Senior Manger, Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics
Paul Puey, CEO / Co-founder, Airbitz
Matthew Roszak, Founder & CEO, Tally Capital
Marco Santori, Counsel, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
Paul Snow, Creator and Founder, Factom
Brett Stapper, Co-Founder, Falcon Global Capital
Marco Streng, Co-Founder and CEO, Genesis Mining
Nick Sullivan, Founder, Change Tip
Michael Terpin, Co-Founder, BitAngels
Micah Winkelspecht, Founder & CEO, Gem
Sam Onat Yilmaz, General Partner, Decentralized Applications Fund

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