DALLAS, TX – In February, the Bitcoin Ethereum and Blockchain Super Conference brought together hundreds of cryptocurrency and blockchain enthusiasts, investors, and leaders. Now, the organizer and host, Richard Jacobs, is hosting a second conference at Dallas this September.
Mr. Jacobs says the Bitcoin, Ethereum & Blockchain Super Conference II will disclose new information – revealed by select industry leaders – that elevates cryptocurrency and blockchain investment opportunities to the next level.
Tickets for the conference are available now.
“Before I even made it home from the first conference, my inbox was overflowing with emails asking when we were having a second conference, and how they could secure a ticket early”, said Mr. Jacobs.
“Right then, I knew we had a responsibility to take everything to the next level.”
Mr. Jacobs took the overwhelming response seriously. The new conference, coming to Dallas this September, is appropriately dubbed the Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain Super Conference II.
Richard Jacobs, the organizer of the Bitcoin, Ethereum & Blockchain Super Conference II, is also the publisher of Future Tech Podcast, Crypto News Insider, and the author of the book Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain: Surprising Insights from 200+ Podcast Interviews of Industry Insiders.
The main focus of this second conference will be on the next bull run of Bitcoin, which, just like with the 2017 bull run, could happen at any moment. This time around, informed investors who buy in early before the price shoots could be the next class of “crypto millionaires”.
Tickets are on sale at the Super Conference website:
About the Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain Super Conference II:
This three-day conference will be held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas from Friday September 14th to Sunday September 16th, 2018. We are expecting more than 1,000 attendees, at least 50 headline speakers, and upward of 50 exhibitors – with talks from founders, developers, and early-stage investors of cryptocurrencies and blockchain startups, including many that are planning ICOs throughout the last quarter of 2018 and 2019. The focus will be on the next crypto market cycle.
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