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The Longest-Running Monthly Bitcoin and Blockchain Conference in the Netherlands --

                            -- is held in Amsterdam on the first Wednesday of the month.


Join us for the next conference on 1 June 2016 which will feature:


Riccardo Spagni from South Africa, a core developer of the anonymous digital currency, Monero.

Unlike Bitcoin, which is completely transparent, Monero transactions are private and completely untraceable.  Riccardo will explain how this is done and why it matters.



From Germany, Blockchain developer Tobias Schwarz, member of the Waves team that is currently holding a crowd sale that ends at 12 noon on 1 June.

Tobias will give a presentation on how the Blockchain system works including his proof that it actually does work.  He'll also answer questions about his various projects in the Nxt ecosystem: NxtAd, MyNxt, and NxtPeers.



Tone Vays, Wall Street veteran of the 2008 financial crisis, former risk analyst for Bear Stearns, VP for JP Morgan Chase, and currently Head of Research for data and research company, BraveNewCoin.

"Somewhere in this world of Wall Street handshakes, lawsuits and working around other people's money, there comes a time to step back and see [life] for what it is," writes Tone on his blog.  His presentation will address Bitcoin’s role in the modern global economy and where the Bitcoin price might be going next.



Luis Molina, founder of Fermat, a decentralized, blockchain-enabled platform for the peer-to-peer exchange of goods, services, assets and data.  

His presentation will address the evolution of the sharing economy and how it can be supported by Fermat.



Richard Kastelein, founder and publisher of Blockchain News.

Richard will share some interesting startups and use cases he has discovered recently.


And much more!  Check back soon for additional information. 

See BitcoinWednesday.com.  Or look here for the full program as it is announced.


Registration is required:

RSVP now to reserve your place.


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At our previous event on 4 May, we proudly presented:

• Manfred Karrer, the Austrian creator of Bitsquare.io, one of the first decentralized exchanges for Bitcoin, gave a presentation on "How to Build a Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange."

• Lodewijk André de la Porte explained what the Blockchain is in simple but technically accurate language.

• Daniel Dabek of Safex.io, talked about MaidSafe and the future of decentralized marketplaces.

•  Pascal Van Hecke of Innopay gave an introduction to smart contracts on Ethereum.

• The Bitcoin Foundation of The Netherlands conducted its periodic poll following an open discussion and debate on the future direction and development of the digital currency revolution in The Netherlands.

UPDATE: We've announced the results of the Dutch Bitcoin Foundation's periodic poll taken on 4 May, 2016. 

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An impression of April's conference:

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Coming 6 July: 

The 3-year anniversary edition of Bitcoin Wednesday.  Stay tuned for more information.



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Bitcoin Wednesday is Nederlands' maandelijkse conferentie voor zowel beginners als gevorderden.

Bitcoin Wednesday is a regular conference dedicated to the digital currency revolution that is always held in Amsterdam on the first Wednesday of every month.  

It is organized by and for the Dutch community by some of the Bitcoin pioneers of the Netherlands and is the longest continuously running meetup of its kind.

There is something for everyone at Bitcoin Wednesday.  Whether you're an expert or just getting started, these meetings are for you.

The first Bitcoin Wednesday was held on 3 July 2013 by a few of The Netherlands' earliest Bitcoin pioneers.

Some of the many subjects discussed:

Getting Started, Blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum, DAO, smart contracts, Litecoin, Ripple, NXT, Stellar, Counterparty, Dash, Etherparty, Blockstream, Open Bazaar, Credits, Dogecoin, MaidSafe, Zerocoin, Mining, Trading, Omni, Namecoin, Bitshares, OpenCoin, Peercoin, Primecoin, Bitcoin wallets like Electrum and the Dark Wallet, Bitmessage, Bitmask, BitCloud and Bitcoinproof.

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