Bitcoin Conference Attendance Halved as Crypto Winter Persists

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Bitcoin 2023 Conference Expects 15,000 Attendees, Down from 35,000 in Previous Year, with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as Speaker.

Thousands of Bitcoin enthusiasts gather in Miami Beach for the third consecutive year to attend an industry conference. The event will showcase notable speakers such as U.S. presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy and author Michael Lewis.

Bitcoin 2023, hailed as the biggest Bitcoin event worldwide, kicks off on Thursday and concludes with an exclusive afterparty on Saturday night. Attendees can purchase a general admission ticket for $999 or opt for an “Industry Pass” priced at $2,299, which includes special access to the “Official Networking App.”

According to the conference website, over 35,000 individuals attended last year’s event. The lineup of speakers featured renowned tennis player Serena Williams, controversial psychologist Jordan Peterson, and Michael Saylor, co-founder of MicroStrategy (MSTR).

“According to the website, around 15,000 enthusiasts of the popular cryptocurrency are expected to gather at the Miami Beach Convention Center this year. This is less than half the number of attendees compared to last year, which could be attributed to the current downturn in the crypto market known as “crypto winter.” The event will feature prominent speakers such as U.S. presidential candidates Kennedy and Vivek Ramaswamy, as well as Lewis and U.S. Representative Patrick McHenry, who leads the House Financial Services Committee as a North Carolina Republican”.

The conference, hosted by BTC Inc. and BTC Media, LLC (the owner of Bitcoin Magazine), will showcase more than 180 talks covering various topics. Some session titles include “From Success to Failure: Wall Street and the Impact of FTX,” “The Big Discussion on Ordinals,” and “Harnessing Bitcoin for Nuclear Energy.”

The price of bitcoin (BTC) has increased to approximately $28,000 from around $15,000 in November, but it is still far below the record high of about $69,000 reached in late 2021.

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“The downturn in Bitcoin’s popularity is becoming evident in Miami.”

This information is for general knowledge only and should not be considered as advice for investing or making financial decisions.


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