A virtual currency conference will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, this November, with Bitcoin and blockchain experts discussing the future of virtual currencies.
The event, called Virtual Currency Symposium, will take place at the Hotel Vegas and will be hosted by two of the world’s leading virtual currency experts, Charlie Shrem and David Sirota.
The conference, which will also feature other industry speakers, will focus on how to use virtual currencies for economic and political transactions.
The conference is slated to take place on November 3rd and 4th at the Las Vegas Hilton, and is scheduled to be livestreamed.
The event is being hosted by the Venetian Hotel Las Vegas and the Las Venetians, a Las Vegas-based company that is helping to organize the event.
This is not the first time Bitcoin has taken center stage at a virtual currency event.
The virtual currency was featured at the annual meeting of the Association of Global Bitcoin and Blockchain Associations (AGBBA) in July, as well as the 2017 World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.
The Bitcoin Foundation recently launched a new initiative called the Bitcoin Summit, which aims to raise awareness about virtual currencies and encourage adoption by the general public.
Bitcoin is the world ‘s first widely-accepted digital currency and has been used as a payment method since 2009.
The first Bitcoin was created on July 4, 2009, and it has been around since 2008.
Its popularity has increased dramatically in the past few years, with more than $500 million in total Bitcoin trading volume and $9.4 billion in total trading volume from October to November of 2017.