These are the true pioneers of Bitcoin. They’re engineering a revolution and they’re giving us an exclusive peek inside the control room. How could you not get excited about that?
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
Today CoinSummit announced the 10 Bitcoin startup companies it plans to include in its Startup Showcase -- a prestigious list of new Bitcoin-centered ventures identified as industry-shapers for 2014. The Showcase will be presented in two parts -- Part One during the 25th, the first day of the conference, at 2pm. The second portion of the Showcase will take place at 2pm on the 26th. Attendees can expect surprising insights and impressive innovations from this elite team of Bitcoin experts. The full list of companies in the Startup Showcase can be viewed here.
While the Startup Showcase is drawing major interest, it’s far from the only event being offered at CoinSummit. The conference, which sold out of public passes quickly, will feature an impressive list of 55 speakers, including Vinny Lingham of Gyft, Tom Longson of Gogocoin, and Marc Andreessen and Balaji Srinivasan of Andreessen Horowitz. An impressive list of Bitcoin companies and venture capital firms will also be represented.
“We couldn’t be more excited about this lineup of Bitcoin giants,” says conference organizer Pamir Gelenbe. “These are the true pioneers of Bitcoin. They’re engineering a revolution and they’re giving us an exclusive peek inside the control room. How could you not get excited about that?”
Those who don’t have access to the conference can catch the action online, via CoinSummit’s live stream feed, which will broadcast panel discussions and presentations as they happen. People watching the live feed can also join in the conversations and debates by following @coinsummit on Twitter, and tweeting along with speakers and attendees using the #CoinSummit hashtag.
“With this group of venture capitalists, tech mavericks and adventurous entrepreneurs, it’s safe to say big things will happen at CoinSummit,” says Gelenbe. “We’re glad we can share the experience online and invite our Bitcoin family from all over the globe to share, participate and challenge each other.”
Although the conference room is at capacity and tickets for the public are sold out, a handful of passes are still available for the press. Contact Kari DePhillips for availability and more information on media passes. To learn more about the event, visit http://www.CoinSumm.it.