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Paul Krugman Is Excited to See Bitcoin Have Issues

Yesterday on January 11 the American economist and professor of economics, Paul Krugman, seemed pretty excited about The North American Bitcoin Conference not being able to accept bitcoin for tickets. Krugman tweeted our recent article to his 4 million followers gloating that bitcoin is “too clunky and expensive.” Also read: South Korea Urges 23 Countries, […]

Miami Bitcoin Conference Stops Accepting Bitcoin Due to Fees and Congestion

Next week the popular cryptocurrency event, The North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) will be hosted in downtown Miami at the James L Knight Center, January 18-19. However, bitcoin proponents got some unfortunate news this week as the event organizers have announced they have stopped accepting bitcoin payments for conference tickets due to network fees and […]

The One Man Supreme Court Bitlicense Battle Begins in Two Weeks

This past March Bitcoin.com reported on a single Bitcoin entrepreneur taking the New York Bitlicense to court due to the law stifling digital currency businesses and constraining regulations set forth by the New York Division of Financial Services (NYDFS). Now the French national, Theo Chino is taking the case to the Supreme Court with the […]

Perianne Boring Talks Anti-Money Laundering Compliance and the Boot Camp Offered at TNABC

Perianne Boring is the president of the Digital Chamber of Commerce. The chamber will be hosting an Anti-Money Laundering Boot Camp at the North American Bitcoin Conference 2015 in Miami on January 16

GAW’s Josh Garza to Address Paycoin Controversy at TNABC in Miami

“Josh Garza will have an opportunity to speak, and attendees will have an opportunity to respond”, said conference founder Moe Levin. The news comes in the midst of the Paycoin controversy that CoinTe

The North American Bitcoin Conference (TNABC) Announces New Speakers, Cyber Monday 2-for-1 Deal

More than 1500 Bitcoin community members will soon be converging on Miami for a direction-setting conference aimed at driving the currency from speculation to mainstream. Building on the recent succes