August 14th event at 7:00 p.m. will front-end Satoshi Thursday at center’s 40 Broad Street headquarters, 100 feet from the NYSE
New York, NY – Bitcoin Center NYC, the city’s only brick-and-mortar institution dedicated to the further adoption of Bitcoin, announced today that it will feature a communications themed exhibition by The Museum of Interesting Things.
The Museum of Interesting Things- is a traveling interactive demonstration / exhibition of antiques and inventions that inspire innovation and creativity, eliciting learning from the past to create a better future.
The Exhibition- Bitcoin Center NYC welcomes back the Museum of Interesting Things to feature an exhibition entitled: “Can You Hear Me Now?” on the evolution of communications technology. From paper to carrier pigeons, from the telegraph to the telephone, all developments lead to the global network of computers we call the internet. Bitcoin is, at it’s core, an internet protocol for instant communication composed of digitally signed messages. The center is eager to welcome this exhibition as advancements within the digital currency spectrum are proving more and more each day to be an integral part of communication technologies. This interactive exhibition will include examples of each step in the evolution of technology we use to communicate!
The exhibition will feature such exciting pieces as:
The Telegraph Keyer- a historic piece marking the first development in electronic communication.
Drinks and hospitality are courtesy of Bitcoin Center NYC.
Details follow. Time is Eastern.
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Event will begin at 7:00 p.m.
World’s Largest Direct Buyers-to-Sellers Trading Pit aka
‘The Nakamoto Circle of All Satoshi Squares’
Featuring the ‘History of Communication’ Exhibition
Bitcoin Center NYC
40 Broad Street
New York, NY 10004
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About Denny Daniel:
The Museum of Interesting Things was formed when curator and founder Denny Daniel began working as a freelance filmmaker / documenter and photo retoucher / restorer for employers such as The Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island, Songs of Love, and The New York Times. Amassing a collection of antiques since the 1980s and having had over 20 museum and gallery exhibitions of his own work at locations like the Chelsea Art Museum, Denny decided to use his knowledge, experience, contacts, and extensive collection of over 300 antiques to launch an enterprise that would inspire students and some of us in the “real” world to learn from the past and innovate a better future.