What are the highlights of the “Bitcoin 2022” conference in Miami?

From April 6th to 9th, 2022, the four-day “Bitcoin 2022” conference was officially held at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

According to the official website, the conference attracted 35,000 participants, 3K+ enterprises, 450+ speakers, and 400+ sponsors. At the same time, with the rise of NFT art, more than 100 crypto artists gathered in Miami and gathered around Bitcoin. We will discuss various issues such as open source technologies, mining energy issues, policy issues, financial empowerment, and the progress of the Lightning Network.


At the same time, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, U.S. Senator Cynthia Lummis, MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor, Ark Invest founder Cathie Wood (Sister Wood), Silicon Valley top investor Peter Thiel, the father of smart contracts Nick Szabo and other political circles from around the world People, financial giants, technical elites, and representatives of many world-renowned exchanges including Binance US, Hoo, and MEXC were invited to participate.


(Part of the sponsor of the “Bitcoin 2022” conference)

Below, together with Hoo Hoo, directly hit the important points of the “Bitcoin 2022” conference:

El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele, who attended the conference last year, wrote in a letter to the participants: Unforeseen circumstances have occurred in El Salvador, and I have to perform the duties of a president with all my heart, so I have decided to cancel my participation in this year’s conference. Difficult decision.

Paxful and the nonprofit Built With Bitcoin Foundation are distributing 500 free tickets to local colleges and universities to advance a new educational initiative centered on bitcoin and financial literacy, which sells for $899 for general admissions.

At the opening ceremony of the “Bitcoin 2022” conference on April 6, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said in a speech that “the next president of the United States must be a candidate for Bitcoin” and called for the integration of crypto assets into “our every part of society”, including buying everyday items, etc.

From April 7th to 8th, the forum will continue to give speeches. The forum highlights include the Cash App launch, Lightning Network report, personal sovereignty in the Web3 era, Bitcoin’s DEX road, options and derivatives, venture capital and other topics.


In a forum presentation, well-known investor Kevin O’Leary discussed the coming wave of crypto investing, predicting, “In ten years, crypto, blockchain and all these types of assets will be the 12th in the S&P sector” and claimed to invest 20% of its portfolio in crypto assets.

The NFL Tennessee Titans will now accept Bitcoin for certain transactions, such as selling season tickets, renting out suites, and even collecting sponsorship fees in BTC.

On April 9, “Bitcoin 2022” will conclude with the inaugural annual “Sound Money Festival” featuring local stars such as Logic, Steve Aoki, Deadmau5, CL and Run The Jewels.


The relevant person in charge of Hoo who participated in “Bitcoin 2022” reported that the Miami Bitcoin Conference has always been a grand event in the blockchain industry. Top companies and teams in the entire industry gather here to discuss the future development prospects and current needs of the industry. The problems solved will help promote the rapid development of the entire industry. We also look forward to learning different operating models and technological innovations from the top companies and teams in the blockchain industry here to create a better trading experience for users.

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