Crypto Virtual Summit to Go Live in March

The Crypto Virtual Summit, which will take place on March 1 - 4, 2018, is the online conference dedicated exclusively to cryptocurrency and blockchain
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The Crypto Virtual Summit was created to help users learn how to invest, trade and trend-track cryptocurrency. The summit speakers will focus on the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry, giving attendees insight into the coins and companies set for a rise.

The Summit is the online conference dedicated exclusively to cryptocurrency and blockchain, and will take place from March 1, 2018 to March 4, 2018. Everyone can attend the event virtually from anywhere in the world.

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The agenda of the Crypto Virtual Summit includes the A to Z Cryptocurrency Starter Guide, Trading Secrets and Strategies to a Million Dollar-Plus Portfolio, Trending ICOs & Coins and the Future of the Blockchain.

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The conference will include action-packed interviews with top crypto and blockchain experts, such as, for instance, Ben Yu, the founder of Stream; Ameer Rosic, CEO of Block Geeks; Shingo Lavine, the founder of Ethos; Eyal Hertzog, co-founder and Chief Product Architect of Bancor; Pat Lowry, CEO of Iconiqlab, and many more.

Moreover, the event will be held fully online, and the users will be able to attend the summit from anywhere in the world from their computer, ipad, or smartphone. The ticket to the summit is free, and each presentation will stream free for 24 hours.

Our editorial board is working to provide best experience to our readers, and let them dive inside the conference even before it started. 

We managed to talk to some of the headline speakers and receive comments towards what is waiting the attendees of the digital conference!

Angelo Dodaro
Co-founder of Adbank Network

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I’m excited to be speaking about digital advertising innovation on the blockchain. I think digital events like this are a great way to bring credible experts together efficiently to help educate people on the power of a technology that’s changing the world every single day. This is the most important innovation of our lifetime and these discussions can play a vital role in shaping the future of the movement by involving as many people as possible.

Angelo Dodaro

Co-founder of Adbank Network

The co-founder of Adbank Netwotk noted that not everyone can fly to the big crypto conferences around the world, that is why it is great to have events like this that provide an opportunity that’s accessible to anyone from anywhere.

Amy Wan
Chief Legal Hacker at Bootstrap Legal

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I will be speaking on legal and regulatory considerations, and I expect the event to be a great learning opportunity in crypto.

Amy Wan

Chief Legal Hacker, Bootstrap Legal

Toni Lane Casserly
Co-Founder of

Toni Lane Casserly

Governments should be competing for our citizenship, not the other way around. The future of the nation is CULTU.RE.

Toni Lane Casserly

Co-Founder of

At the upcoming Crypto Virtual Summit Toni Lane Casserly will speak about how to become a Crypto Citizen.

More comments are coming soon!

US Congressman to Call for Crypto Ban

As reported, Brad Sherman has called for a blanket ban on cryptocurrency buying
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American authorities should ban cryptocurrencies and mining. Such a statement on was made by Congressman Brad Sherman during the hearings of the Committee on Financial Services at the US House of Representatives, CoinDesk reports.

According to Sherman, in the future, cryptocurrencies may become a form of money, but at the moment they are used either by rogue states to bypass American sanctions or by individuals to evade taxes.

We should prohibit U.S. persons from buying or mining cryptocurrencies.

Brad Sherman

Congressman, US

At the same time, Norbert Mitchel, director of the Data Analysis Center of the Heritage Foundation, noted that the possible use of crypto-currency for criminal purposes should not stain other possibilities of digital currencies.

Yes it is true that criminals have used bitcoin, but it's also true that criminals have used airplanes, computers and automobiles. We shouldn't criminalize any of those instruments simply because criminals used them. Those components I believe are the main barriers to widespread adoption in the U.S.

Norbert Mitchel

Director of the Data Analysis Center, Heritage Foundation

As Eswar Prasad, senior professor at Cornell University, said, the existence of cryptocurrencies had the potential to impact the financial services system, particularly the payments system, in positive ways.