Bitcoin's Disruptive Nature a Topic at Large Financial Conference

Bitcoin's Disruptive Nature a Topic at Large Financial Conference

The topic of bitcoin is going far beyond niche web forums, social sharing websites, and enthusiasts' circles. It's already become a talking point in the finance industry (and others). And with more and more companies discussing how bitcoin can fit into their future plans, we're getting first-hand evidence that this digital currency is growing into something unlike the world has ever seen. As speaking of the financial industry, later this year some of the biggest companies in the sector are meeting up at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas at the Money 20/20 gathering to discuss a number of....


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