As the Inside Bitcoin event is coming closer, the list of speakers are getting filled. We have been contacted by some of our dedicated readers with questions like: “who we look forward to see and hear and why these people”.
I really do not like picking people over other people because nearly all of them are very interesting. Nevertheless I will make a selection on who I find interesting. JP may do the same though his choices may vary from mine.
Let’s begin by looking at some of the speakers. The first set of people I would like to hear are the ones with a law background.People like Miss Anka Hakert, Mr. Marco Santori and others. I’m very interested what these people with a law background would suggest about the “law” side the digital currency. It should be fun to see the different regions, like the US and Europe, would propose what kind of regulations toward crypto currency and how these people think the law should be implemented toward crypto. As such the sessions revolving around regulation will be fun.
There are also some of the recurring companies like the wonderful people from CEX.IO, btc.sx, and many others we’ve encountered at Coin Summit last July. It is also great to see some familiar faces appear in the sessions as well. Gavin Wood is a great speaker and has interesting viewpoints on digital currency.
We are always happy to see ladies join the crypto community. It is also a great opportunity to hear the ladies point of view and how they perceive digital currency. I would love to hear how Miss. Sandeep Kaur, Miss. Sheree Ip, Miss. Moran Shaked and the other ladies’ views on Bitcoin and other altcoins. So ladies that are attending the Inside Bitcoins conference: you are hereby invited to give your opinion on everything crypto related.
I will conclude this articles by picking out 2 other people I am kind of looking forward to hear and see. The first one is Mr. Peter Greenhill. I’ve heard a lot of things about the Isle of Man and how it is very open towards everything digital currency. I like to hear his views on the matter and if this policy of openness will be the same policy of the near future. I would also like to know abit more about the relationship of the isle of man and the UK. For example let’s say that Uk is going for the tough stance toward crypto, will the Isle of Man follow suit or is there some wriggle room so to speak?
The last but not least is Mr. Bob Swarup. I would love to hear his views on money as a whole. Being an economic historian, archaeologist and coin collector for nearly two decades now I am intrigued how Mr. Swarup will paint his picture about money.
As a final note I would invite everyone that is attending the inside Bitcoin conference to come and say hi to me, Serge Schouterden, and to my good friend Jean-Pierre Buntinx. We would love to hear from all of you and your views on the digital currency.