Levolution Attends The Seventh Annual North American Bitcoin Conference
The North American Blockchain Conference (TNABC) returned to Miami for its seventh straight year on January 15-17, 2020. Several team members of Levolution were granted the opportunity to attend potentially the most electrifying and salient crypto event of the year. The conference afforded its attendees the opportunity to see, first-hand, innovative projects that are shaping the crypto space. Those Levolution team members in attendance took full advantage of this networking opportunity; acquiring critical industry insights, building a rapport with several key contributors of the conference, and opening dialogue regarding the future of fin-tech.
Hosted by Keynote, the minds behind World Blockchain Forum, TNABC amassed over 40 keynote speakers, with their primary agenda being focused around enterprise and comprehensive applications for blockchain. Overall the keynote speakers covered an array of topics including global adoption, cryptocurrency accessibility, tokenized income sharing agreements, the evolution of crypto mining, incubating companies for economic progress and what to expect from government regulation in 2020.
Perhaps the most noteworthy speech came from Stefan Rust, CEO of Bitcoin.com. Rust introduced Bitcoin.com’s Mint, which is a service that allows individuals to create their own Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens in a noncustodial web wallet within a minute. What made this speech so enticing is Rust’s understanding and elation about the ability for companies within the industry to create new markets and develop streams of accessibility to crypto users.
Along with obtaining valuable industry insights, Levolution team members were able to acquire six potential partners and two prospective clients, all of whom are currently in the negotiation process. Further information regarding these partner and client acquisitions will be announced in the coming weeks.
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