Bitcoin 2021 conference has gotten a lot of hype and has gained a massive number of followers. The conference is going to last for two days, that’s 4th and 5th June and will have many notable personalities as speakers. We are expecting over 50k in total attendance during these two days. This is an important event as the primary speaker’s Jack Dorsey, and Michael Saylor will answer primary questions regarding Bitcoin at a time when the price has taken a beating after the FUDs and terrible news.
— stacey (@stacey000001) June 4, 2021
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Doors opening to the world's biggest ever #Cryptocurrencies event with more than 20K expected
Lineups around the block already this morning
— Susan Li (@SusanLiTV) June 4, 2021
The event is so big that even a journalist from fox news has arrived in Miami to cover the event. We can see Susan Li showing us the huge number of people that have gathered around to enjoy the event. Even during this pandemic, people are arriving in Miami to make this event a success. The Bitcoin 2021 conference was supposed to happen a lot earlier, but COVID-19 vaccination rollouts resulted in a delay.
Some other notable personalities at the event are the twin brothers, who have a net worth of about $3 billion just by investing in Bitcoin in 2012. We will also have the mayor of Miami, who has big plans to make the city the crypto hub. He also plans to set up a mining hub in Miami. Finally, we have other authorities like the Junior Senator Wyoming and many more.
This is maybe the first event of this scale that will be attended by individuals who think Bitcoin is the future of money. I also think that this event will be an important part of history when we look back after a decade or two.
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