Past Meetup

Pizza, Beer, and Bitcoin

This Meetup is past

25 people went

Cowork Lab

2500 Yale St., Ste. B · Houston, TX

How to find us

Enter through the Kumon door right next to main entrance. Parking available in front

Location image of event venue


Curious about bitcoin?

Then mark your calendar for Tuesday, February 9th when we'll explore some of your questions on bitcoin such as:

How does bitcoin work?

How do I get started?

Should my organization, nonprofit, or company start thinking about taking bitcoin?

What is bitcoin mining?

Is bitcoin secure?

What are the advantages of using bitcoin?

Our featured speakers for the evening include:

Adam Richard

Adam Richard is the co-founder of Sutton Stone, founded the Houston Bitcoin Meetup, is the president of Texas Coinitiative (501(c)(3)), Chief Product Officer of LoveStamp, and is an alumni of Surge Accelerator. Adam’s professional diversity spans roles as a CTO, software engineer, software project manager, start-up adviser/mentor, brand manager, web developer, UX & UI designer, graphic designer, photographer & cinematographer. He enjoys studying decentralized computing applications, cryptography, IT security, integral theory, organization development, and is passionate about seizing opportunities that push the boundaries of technology.

Scott Akers

Scott Akers is a technology commercialization professional focused on the design and implementation of Blockchain Solutions for Industry. Supporting his expertise in blockchain technology, He is founder of Satoshi Square - Texas' first brick-and-mortar Bitcoin Exchange and Resource center, and heads the BitBusiness Meetup in Austin, Texas - a group focused on the commercialization of blockchain technology and alternative Currencies. Previous Professional Experience includes auditor in public accounting and revenue analyst in the oil and gas industry. He received his undergraduate degree in accounting and a masters in technology commercialization from the McComb's School of Business.

Jay Campuzano

Jay Campuzano is the founder of, a nonprofit organization for Humankind 2.0 that offers courses in bitcoin programming, Internet of Things, Codelaw, and Artificial Intelligence. Jay is currently studying Computer Science at Rice University.

Attendees will walk away with a base understanding of the bitcoin market, resources for further exploration, and guidance on how to get started using bitcoin.


We are excited to be working with our new host!


Our NetSquared Houston Monthly meetups are a great way to connect with like minded professionals who are interested in technology and social good.

Here are some reasons you may want to attend the monthly meetup:

- Resource for answers to tech questions

- Looking for job or to hire

- Get inspired

- Insights & talks from experts in the Houston community