Inside Bitcoins – Las Vegas – Quick Recap & Photos

It’s been a busy week. We’ve hardly had time to breathe since we got back from Las Vegas and with the holidays coming up, things don’t look like they will be letting up anytime soon. We had a great time in Las Vegas for the 2013 edition of Inside Bitcoins. This conference was often referred to as the “Woodstock” of Bitcoins. Seems like there were over 600 Bitcoin enthusiasts/entrepreneurs in attendance and Mediabistro did a phenomenal job of accommodating everyone.

The conference took place on December 10 and 11, 2013 and was jam packed with Bitcoin greatness. There were presentations by a ton of interesting Bitcoiners and the information was definitely flowing. Many of the sessions were centered around regulatory issues for Bitcoin businesses and exchanges in the US. The conference also had panel type sessions where they would discuss the current affairs and security issues surrounding Bitcoin. One of the most anticipated sessions centered around Bobby Lee (CEO of BTC China) and his view on the current state of Bitcoin in China. The conference also had a exposition section where various Bitcoin merchants could set up their booths and speak about their products. The most visited booth seemed to be the Butterfly Labs and Lamassu booths.

Now, we could go on and on about the sessions and information we gathered… but like I said. We’re extremely busy at the moment. Don’t worry though. We’ve recorded many of the sessions and plan on making them available shortly. We are still sorting through all our material. We just wanted to let everyone know we made it back alive and leave you with a few pictures of this wonderful event. We can’t wait until the next one! Thanks again to Mediabistro for a wonderful and successful event!

















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