TNABC 2017: McAfee, Abra’s ‘BTC Bank Tellers’ & Bitcoin’s Killer App

TNABC 2017: McAfee, Abra’s ‘BTC Bank Tellers’ & Bitcoin’s Killer App

Bitcoin being its own killer app and its use-case as a stealth instrument for solving international remittances are just two highlights from the 2017 North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) currently underway. TNABC: ‘Bitcoin is Bitcoin’s Killer App!’ The annual event, which traditionally showcases the biggest innovations in crypto with big announcements from startups, finishes today in Miami. Speeches are coming from some of the industry’s biggest names, including Roger Ver, Charlie Shrem and even John McAfee. The mood is cautiously optimistic this year, with many celebrating Bitcoin’s....

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For bitcoin to make it it needs to be banned by a few governments and critiqued by policy makers. Otherwise it will fade.

Nassim Taleb, Author and Risk Analyst