#Bitcoin2021 What happened to Miami | Author: MamaeCrypto Michelle M. | The Capital | June 2021
I can’t express in words all my experiences in the last few days in Miami Bitcoin Conference 2021When I hopped on the plane and returned to Los Angeles, I kept thinking back to the colorful streets of Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, which was crowded with art, cryptocurrency, and technology lovers for a few days.
The scale of this event is different from any other encryption event I have participated in before. Yes, I have been to many places in many big cities, but man, this one is unique. What attracted my attention was not only its scale, the very large venue and the number of participants, but also the mainstream level of this event and its subdivision in other areas of society. There are people from all walks of life. The event really showed diversity. A new dimension!
I attended the last Bitcoin conference, which was held in San Francisco before the outbreak in 2019. Compared with this meeting, the scale is insignificant. This year, the event reached a new scale, attracting many high-end brands, sponsors and investors.
In addition to the booths we have seen in traditional crypto events, such as centralized crypto exchanges, mining tools, payment providers, crypto ATMs, wallets and many other technology-related vendors. We see that many brands are also trying to attract the attention of crypto investors. There, I also found luxury brands such as Playboy, Montblanc, and Gucci.
The speaker lineup is extraordinary. Politicians, fintech CEOs and industry leaders lined up to watch a series of wonderful speeches and debates broadcast live around the world. The event echoed the voices of cross-border “Bitcoin people”, and also revealed the new interest of a few large institutional investors in the market (for example, Michael Saylor attended as a speaker); Elon Musk is not there Field, but is highly talked about.
The incredible lineup of speakers, including Ron Paul, Nick Szabo, Michael Saylor, Max Kaiser, Tony Hawk, Ross Ulrich, Diego Gutiérrez Zaldivar, undoubtedly contributed to the large number of attendance at this event. It is estimated that more than 10.000 people participated in this event, but considering the huge size of the team, I think this number is even larger.
Check out the video below because we are very interesting in recording the size of the line. This is great to check it out.
Now, when you think it’s not over, there are arcade games, a stadium, a complete NFT and art gallery, among them are some of the best and most popular crypto artists in the world. I was stunned to see the collection of works on display. Most importantly, I am very happy to meet so many artists in person. Thanks to them, I am very inspired!
Otherwise, I will stop here, and I will continue to discuss every detail of this exhibition in depth. How I tracked Bolivars on the floor, but it turned out to be in a trash can full of Bolivars. How I was shocked by the incredible murals and NFT artists performing live. How I like to find a series of delicious food trucks behind the huge venue. How did we receive so much hospitality there. We are all surprised by the warmth and tropical wind of this city. The music is so contagious, I can’t help but dance a few times by myself. Why is the music so good, we also dance together.
Stop by my side Instagram account You will see a lot of photos and moments that I have captured.
This event is more important than life, like decentralization… it’s well distributed. This is great and revolutionary. Although it marks the end of an era, an era when we have few, we gather in a more comfortable atmosphere. It marks the beginning of a new era, showing how our industry has worked hard to integrate into mainstream culture and that we are successfully changing society. The familiar faces are still there, it’s just a bit difficult to pick familiar faces from the crowd, but we are there to mix with everyone, super ready to talk about cryptocurrency!
Hope to see you in Bitcoin 2022.
Curious about 2019?View This blog post…I’m there too 🙂 I hope to continue reporting this for you as much as possible.