On June 4 and 5, 2021, the largest bitcoin conference in the world was held in Miami, USA. Many important personalities spoke here, and we now bring you an overview of the most exciting things to see at the conference.

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Foreword by the Mayor of Miami at Bitcoin conference

The opening speech and the opening of the conference went to the Mayor of Miami, Francis Suarez. He expressed favorable views on the most important cryptocurrency in the world and spoke about the city’s efforts to create blockchain and mining capital in the world. He stated:

The Days when the cryptocurrency is tied to the central bank is coming to an end. The United States of America will become a driving force of Bitcoin mining by net energy.”

Ron Paul about cheap money

The American politician and a great critic of the Federal Reserve System (Fed), Ron Paul, told the enthusiastic crowd that the current US monetary policy is disastrous and central banks should be eliminated. He spoke at the Bitcoin conference about the problems with Fiat currencies.

“The problems will be worse. Today, lots of cheap money are circulating. It’s all false, and it’s all political corruption. Free money means that it is either printed or stolen. We do not need a federal reserve system. It is built on corruption.”

Fireside: Michael Saylor and Max Keizer

Michael Saylor and Max Keizer, two prominent proponents of cryptocurrencies, discussed various topics related to the bitcoin industry and their expectations for the future during the conference. When asked about energy efficiency, Michael Saylor answered:

“I think Bitcoins are an extremely disturbed technology for the entire energy industry. Bitcoins are the most profitable use of renewable energy.”


Tweet from Bitcoin conference in Miami

Jack Dorsey at Bitcoin conference

Other significant personalities who performed on the stage include the CEO of Square and Twitter, Jack Dorsey. He noted that Bitcoin is critical. According to him, he changes everything because the freedom he represents attracts him the most.