“More than 400 people registered for the event. This is an absolute record in our meetings with the crypto community and indicates exceptional interest in cryptocurrencies. We see that after several lockdowns, people miss live events, so we decided that this meeting would be held exclusively live. As we initially predicted that the event would attract half the number of people, we were unable to fit all those interested in the hall. Thus, we have already begun planning the next Bitcoin Meetup, which will be accessible to participants both live and online,” says Ina Pieczulis, CEO of SpectroCoin. This cryptocurrency exchange platform organised the event.
The almost four hours long Vilnius Bitcoin Meetup saw participants delving into the theoretical aspects of cryptocurrency trading and current market trends, discussing the future of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and analysing the prospects for non-fungible tokens and other cryptocurrency technology-based products.
Participants listened to insights on the future of cryptocurrencies from popular young generation businessman and investor Justas Pikelis and Vilnius University Kaunas Faculty fintech programme head docent Saulius Masteika’s talk about cryptocurrency market dynamics, while Bankera partner and e-money institution Pervesk head Darius Kulikauskas explained how cryptocurrency traders and businesses can receive traditional financial services. The event also featured talks from SpectroCoin representatives Gabija Anskaitytė and Evaldas Krampas.
The teams from SpectroCoin and Bankera, which organised the event for cryptocurrency enthusiasts, are inviting money-laundering prevention specialists to the next event due to be held in October. On October 12, the third money laundering prevention conference Baltic AML Forum will be held in the hotel Crowne Plaza Vilnius with talks by 16 speakers from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, the Netherlands, and Austria. BALTIC AML Forum will also be opened with welcoming speeches by the Lithuanian Minister of Finance Gintarė Skaistė and Bank of Lithuania board chairman Gediminas Šimkus.
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