The 2021 Bitcoin Conference in Miami is touted as the largest Bitcoin event in crypto history, and organizers expect a large number of attendance.
The event will be held on June 3 at the Mana Convention Center in Miami’s Wynwood community for three days and will host many industry executives and celebrities.
Encrypted lighting experts who plan to participate include Former Congressman Ron Paul (Ron Paul), MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor, former crypto Wyoming Senator Cynthia Lummis (Cynthia Lummis), Square co-founder Jack Dorsey (Jack Dorsey) and cryptographer Nick Szabo (Nick Szabo), etc.
According to Fox Business Report, the organizers expect more than 50,000 people to attend report.
In recent years, Miami has become a major technology center, especially the Wynwood community, which has developed into a technology and innovation center. The cryptocurrency conference had previously been held in Los Angeles, but due to venue availability issues, the organizers decided to move it. The event organizer pointed out on the official website:
“In addition to relocating the city, we will postpone the meeting slightly to June 4th to 5th to allow enough time for the passage of the second wave of COVID-19 and the launch of the vaccine.”
The “Whale Pass” admission ticket is currently being offered at a starting price of 3 BTC. The pass allows entry to Bitcoin 2021, five celebrity tickets, the upcoming Mayweather and Logan Paul boxing match, three bottles of 1996 Don Perignon wine, a meeting and greeting with professional skateboarder Tony Hawke, and get VIP concierge service.
The Mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez, is one of the speakers of Bitcoin 2021. Mayor Suarez has gained a reputation in the cryptocurrency community for his support of Bitcoin’s position and incentive plan, aiming to promote the adoption of digital assets throughout the city.
In February, Suarez stated that Miami’s employees will be able to Pay wages in Bitcoin Instead of U.S. dollars (if they want). At the time, he also revealed that he was considering funding his BTC campaign.
In April, Jackson of Tennessee follows Miami’s lead, Mayor Scott Conger announced that the city is actively exploring the provision of cryptocurrency payments to its employees and is considering mining Bitcoin that will be added to the city’s balance sheet.