TechCrunch Accepting Bitcoin For 'Disrupt' Conference in New York

TechCrunch Accepting Bitcoin For 'Disrupt' Conference in New York

Popular technology and start-up blog TechCrunch announced on Wednesday that they would be accepting bitcoin for admission to their Disrupt event taking place at the Manhattan Center in New York City. Disrupt is a technology conference that focuses on bringing together tech startups - bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, hackers, and technology enthusiasts. The event features panels with well-known entities and even a hackathon. TechCrunch is working with Coinbase to process the transactions, which comes as no surprise, as the San Francisco-based company in the midst of the start-up....

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