Bitcoin Moscow Conference Postponed

Bitcoin Moscow Conference Postponed

On March 23rd, Moscow was planning to host Russia's first conference dedicated to the electronic cryptocurrency, Bitcoin – the Moscow Bitcoin Conference. The event was to highlight the “anonymous” electronic currency, Bitcoin, and the prospects of electronic money. Unfortunately, this event has been postponed indefinitely. The official announcement on the event’s official website reads: Dear visitors! Unfortunately, due to technical problems the conference has been postponed indefinitely. No other information has been published on the website, however, Cointelegraph has reached the event....


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