Skip to comments.Miami Bitcoin Conference Day 1: Crime, Krugman, and BitLicenses
Posted on 01/26/2014 7:39:52 AM PST by Errant
The temperate winter climate of Miami, Florida is serving as a pleasing backdrop for the numerous attendees of the North American Bitcoin Conference.
The symposium, being held at the Miami Beach Convention Center this weekend, brought a huge crowd. Many of the talks were held with all seats full.
In the afternoon, the second hall, used in the morning for merchant vendor workshops, was used as an additional seating area with the speakers being broadcasted on a large video screen.
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I’m not interested in miming them. What I am interested in is an alternative to giving my credit card out to people I don’t know. Why these people insist on keeping your information in a database I do not understand. Look what is going on with Target. If Amazon starts accepting Bitcoin I will get a wallet immediately.
Everyone is looking at implementing Bitcoin’s “push” technology, if not thinking of taking Bitcoin as a form of payment itself. I agree, why keep and become responsible/libel for keeping personal information.
BitLicenses?? talk about missing the point
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