[Live Video Stream] SF Bitcoin meetup at Geekdom

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         [Live Video Stream] SF Bitcoin meetup at Geekdom
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On Tuesday October 28, Bitcoin Magazine and Amagi Metals present the live stream of the San Francisco Bitcoin Meetup at Geekdom. This event hosts two speakers working in the crypto field, followed by a series of 1-minute lightning talks. The main talks will start at 7:30pm (about 15 minutes per speaker) and will be followed by a set of 10 lightning talks.

Featuring:

  • Michael Dunworth of snapCard on Merchant adoption: How everyone helps make it happen
  • Paul Puey of Airbitz on Bitcoin Wallets: Balancing Security, Privacy, and Ease of Use

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