Bitcoin conferences are growing every year. After the largest ever bitcoin exhibition saw over 30,000 attendees in Miami this year, the largest conference for German-speaking Bitcoin enthusiast is coming to Innsbruck, Austria.
BTC22 (bconf.de) will take place from 15 – 17 September 2022 in Innsbruck and is expected to be the largest meeting of the German-speaking Bitcoin community with up to 1,400 participants from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and South Tyrol.
A Bitcoin-only conference and exhibition welcoming both newcomers and experienced Bitcoiners. The show promises an exciting mix of lectures and panel discussions, mostly in German with a few english talks and discussions.
On Thursday, 15 September, the conference will start with an Industry Day, which is specifically aimed at companies such as financial institutions, developers and the bitcoin mining industry.
The main conference will take place on Friday and Saturday 16-17 September and the general public can join the exhibition floor and conference hall.
The speaker lineup is a reflection of the most active and prominent bitcoin experts and advocates in the German-speaking Bitcoin scene. Roman Reher known as “der Blocktrainer”, Ijoma Mangold journalist at “Die Zeit”, Lina Seiche “BTC Times” and Rahim Taghizadegan Austrian economics philosopher.
International heavy weights such as Michael Saylor (MicroStrategy) and Saifedean Ammous (The Bitcoin Standard) will contribute via remote presentations.
Innsbruck and Bitcoin – Was it meant to be?
Innsbruck is the capital of Tyrol, a internationally recognized leisure and skiing destination and the fifth-largest city in Austria. Located right on the River Inn, at its junction with the Wipp Valley, Innsbruck’s history dates back to early Stone Age. The earliest traces found in the area suggest that initial inhabitation of the spot that’s now Innsbruck could have happened thousands of years before.
Innsbruck today is a beautiful city thanks to the architectural enrichment accumulated during phases of sound money. Today the city is a vibrant economy and premium tourist destination.
This September, Innsbruck will write Bitcoin history by hosting the largest German-speaking conference. Attendees will most certainly leave with good impressions from the beautiful views around the city and an exciting bitcoin event.