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Miami Crypto Conference Predicts Over 50,000 Attendance



The Bitcoin 2021 conference in Miami has been seen as the biggest bitcoin event in crypto history, with organizers expecting a massive turnout.

The three-day event at the Mana Convention Center in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood will host a number of industry executives and celebrities from June 3.

Crypto giants set to make an appearance include Former congressman ron paul, Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, pro-crypto Wyoming Senator Cynthia Loomis, Square co-founder Jack Dorsey, and cryptographer Nick Szabo.

According to Fox Business, organizers expect more than 50,000 to attend Report good.

Miami has emerged as a major technology hub in recent years, with the Wynwood neighborhood, in particular, developing into a center for technology and innovation. The cryptocurrency conference was previously held in Los Angeles, but the organizers decided to move it due to space availability issues. On the official website, the organizers of the event said:

“In addition to the moving cities, we are pushing the conference a little further until June 4-5 to allow enough time for the second wave of COVID-19 to pass and vaccine rollout.”

“Whale Pass” entry tickets are being offered with opening bids at 3 BTC. The pass allows entry to Bitcoin 2021, five celebrity-suite tickets to the upcoming Mayweather vs. Logan Paul boxing match, three vintage bottles of 1996 Dom Pérignon, a meet-and-greet with pro skateboarder Tony Hawk, and access to VIP concierge services. .

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is among the speakers for Bitcoin 2021. Mayor Suarez has gained prominence within the crypto community for his pro-Bitcoin stance and incentive schemes aimed at promoting digital asset adoption across the city.

In February, Suarez said that employees of the City of Miami would be able to Receive their salary paid in bitcoin instead of USD if they wanted to. At the time he also revealed that he was considering funding his election campaign in BTC.

In april, Jackson heads to Miami in TennesseeIn a statement, Mayor Scott Conger announced that the city was actively offering to pay its employees in cryptocurrency, and consider mining bitcoin that would be added to the city’s balance sheet.