Bruce Fenton – Bitcoin: Emerging Markets, Wall Street and Regulation

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Bitcoin speech from the Texas Bitcoin Conference in March 2014.

This speech covers regulation, Wall St, emerging markets like Dubai and the future of Bitcoin.

The speech touched on what it is like to buy a pizza with Bitcoin in Dubai and some relevant quotes from people like Rami the pizza store owner – it followed up on an earler comment from Andreas Antonoplous that major Wall Street banks currently think of Bitcoin like a lemonade stand.

Also covered the reaction of Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan Chase, the likely reaction and integration by firms like Goldman Sachs and others.

The final quote referenced from Rami is similar to one made by Roger Ver in Miami..

The conference included many notable speakers like Jeffrey Tucker and had a large number of attendees.

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