Throughout history, we’ve seen credible industry experts voice their opinions about disruptive technologies, only to be proven wrong time and time again.
Two years ago, we announced our #ExploreBitcoin project which would aim to raise mainstream public awareness for bitcoin and the power of blockchain technology through creative public campaigns. Our campaign started with …
Cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/Altcoins) are continuing to gain widespread adoption; the Indian market has begun to blossom, and Genesis Mining has been there to sow the first seeds with the launch of BlockSpeak. Our goal was to create a conference where we could create awareness regarding cryptocurrencies, mining, and Blockchain technology in untapped markets and also provide the community a platform for networking and discussing investment opportunities.
Like most Bitcoin fans out there, I talk about Bitcoin a lot. From the person sitting next to me on the plane to the waiter serving my table drinks, every chance I get I end up talking about Bitcoin. This isn’t something I intentionally force on people, it’s something that just naturally ends up fitting into so many different conversations and every time a Bitcoin conversation starts, I eventually am asked the same question:
The Keynote2016 Conference brought a lot of bright minds together to teach, discuss and learn about the emerging Blockchain technologies. There was a wide array of topics, such as The Blockchain, Bitcoin & other Cryptocurrencies, Industry Investments, Regulations, Startups, the Internet of Things, Growth hacking, and more covered.