There’s no time like the present to discuss the future of currency, privacy, and the impending blockchain revolution. There’s no place like Austin, Texas to meet and learn about how it affects technology, finance, and your everyday life.
Discover and understand exploding evolution of blockchain technologies, like smart contracts, new ways to fund ventures, define value, coordinate business processes, define identities, prevent fraud, and more.
The demand for digital currency has never been higher, and it’s never going to be lower.
As a startup attorney from Silicon Valley, a partner at Venture Gained Legal and Simplicity@Legal, and founding member of the Startup Clinic at Hastings Law School, NNena works to create more opportunities for underrepresented communities in technology. She is one of the founders of Black Founders Startup Community (Black Founders) and was formerly the CEO of Black Founders from 2009-2014 and remains an active board member. For her work with Black Founders she was awarded one of Forbes 2012: Women Who are Changing the World, and has appeared on NPR and other national news outlets.
Chairman of the Texas Bitcoin Conference, Inventor of the Factom protocol and a co-founder of Factom Inc., Paul has spent 30+ years writing compilers, interpreters, protocols, and rules engines. An early adopter of Bitcoin, he organized Passing Bitcoin Around the World in 2013, a stunt highlighting the speed at which value can be exchanged around the world. He continues to run meetups, speaks, and even testifies before Congress about Bitcoin and crypto technology.
Trace Mayer is an entrepreneur, investor, journalist, monetary scientist and ardent defender of the freedom of speech. He holds degrees in accounting and law. He has studied Austrian economics focusing on the work of Murray Rothbard and Ludwig von Mises. He hosts the extremely popular Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast where he interviews the top people in the Bitcoin world. He has presented on Bitcoin, both objectively and persuasively, to a wide variety of audiences including members of the Federal Reserve, Bundesbank, major financial institutions, the IRS, FBI, FTC, HNWIs, conferences and many others on the topics of Bitcoin, cyber security, financial cryptography, digital currency, entrepreneurship and other topics.
The Texas Bitcoin Conference limits its availability so that everyone has the opportunity to take part in the talks and workshops.
The Texas Bitcoin Conference is an intimate and easygoing event, so space is limited. Bring your Bitcoin buddy: the first 30 sign ups can get a second ticket half off.
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