Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Investment Summit (“BCI Summit”), a conference committee devoted to educating and connecting investors with blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies and opportunities, is excited to announce some of its new partners: BlockShow powered by Cointelegraph, IIB Council as well as media partner BTC Manager and others. New speakers include Cory Johnson, Chief Market Strategist at Ripple, and Tim McCourt, Managing Director of Equity Products at CME Group.
These partnerships give BCI Summit an even stronger foothold in the digital asset investment space, most notably established relationships and additional sales channels throughout Europe, Russia as well as parts of Asia. “We are thrilled to be announcing BCI Summit’s new partners and entering new territories across the globe” said Max Artemenko, Founder of BCI Summit. “There’s so much noise about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but we’re looking to be the voice of reason. Informing and involving the institutional investment community is the best way to both listen to current concerns and move the industry forward.”
For more information on BCI Summit, to purchase tickets, contact the registration/sponsorship team, or sign up for company updates, visit BCISummit.com. Follow @BCISummit on Twitter. Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Investment Summit (“BCI Summit”) will be taking place on June 11-12th, 2018, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.
About BCI Summit
BCI Summit is a networking organization dedicated to helping educate investors about the technologies, safe practices, exchanges as well as the various new ETFs, Futures and other exchange traded instruments in the cryptocurrency investment universe. For more information about BCI Summit, please visit www.BCISummit.com.
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