Bitcoin 2024 Expands Globally with Asia Debut
The world’s largest Bitcoin conference, Bitcoin 2024, is set to make its Asian debut at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal on May 9 to 10, 2024.
Hosted by BTC Inc., the conference will also take place in Nashville, Tennessee, from July 25th to 27th, offering a global perspective on the latest developments in the cryptocurrency space.
Diverse Ticket Options for Bitcoin 2024 with Exclusive Discounts for Crypto Payments
The tickets for Bitcoin 2024 are now available on the official website, offering two payment options: Ape Pass for $299 and Whale Ape Pass for $3499.
Participants can pay in USD or enjoy a 20% discount by opting to pay in Bitcoin. The event promises a unique experience, including insightful talks, Expo Hall, Networking, and VIP Experiences.
Hong Kong Lawmaker Johnny Ng Expresses Enthusiasm for Bitcoin 2024 Asia
Hong Kong lawmaker Johnny Ng expresses his excitement for Bitcoin 2024 in a recent post on X.
Ng, who has previously advocated for Hong Kong to lead in cryptocurrency policies and products, sees the conference as a significant step towards establishing Hong Kong as a global center for virtual assets.
BTC Inc.’s Bitcoin 2024: A Premier Annual Event Connecting Bitcoin Enthusiasts Worldwide
Bitcoin 2024, organized annually by BTC Inc., the parent company of Bitcoin Magazine with over 3 million followers on X, remains a premier event connecting Bitcoin enthusiasts globally.
Featuring talks by leading experts, investors, and developers, the conferences in Asia and the US provide a platform for learning about the latest developments in Bitcoin and networking with like-minded individuals.
Reflecting on a Decade of Bitcoin Conferences: From Inception to Global Impact
The Bitcoin 2024 conferences mark a significant evolution from the first-ever Bitcoin conference, the Bitcoin World Conference and Expo, held in August 2011.
With around 50 attendees, it paved the way for Bitcoin’s journey to an all-time high of $69,045 in November 2021, currently trading at $40,893.56 (at the time of this writing), as per CoinGecko.
The conferences have grown to become key events for developers, miners, and enthusiasts to stay updated on Bitcoin’s trajectory.