Bitcoin & Co.: Why decentralisation is not everything

Bitcoin & Co.: Why decentralisation is not everything

Since Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin, a vast ecosystem has formed. The niche currency quickly developed into an investment vehicle and triggered a technological revolution. The main focus was on one catchword: decentralisation. However good this may be in finance, it should not be regarded as a non-plus ultra.

Bitcoin is a decentralised electronic money system – and that’s a good thing. Thus the crypto currency not only manages to bypass a central point of attack, the single point of failure. Much more – and much more decisive – Bitcoin is also independent of banks, states and control systems. Already many freelancers prefer to get paid in BTC. In short, a decentralized monetary system promises security and independence.

The cross with decentralization

This leads to the obvious result that the crypto-community holds decentralization up in part as an irrefutable ideal – if something is not decentralized, it is useless. But here the supporters of decentralization overlook something: without community, without personal exchange one does not get far in the Bitcoin ecosystem, no matter if you getting them free, trade or earn them.

Without community, everything is nothing

Communication is the key here. For example, if you have a pitch for a new token project or want to find out about blockchain and crypto currencies, you can’t avoid networking. After all, this has probably already penetrated all areas of life: The famous vitamin B is and remains the best guarantee of success for professional advancement. And for this you need events and Bitcoin Meet-ups. Meetings at central points to discuss the future of decentralized currencies.

Where can I talk about Bitcoin & Co.?

The CryptoBlockchain Conference offers an opportunity to network and exchange information on crypto currencies and current developments in the blockchain industry. Crypto enthusiasts and Bitcoin fans will have the opportunity to obtain comprehensive information at the trade fair on 4 October (9 a.m. – 6 p.m.) and 5 October (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.). The conference will take place in the Stadthalle Hockenheim.

The conference is divided into three core areas:

  • Crypto & Payments
  • Blockchain & Technology
  • Networking & Learning

Visitors can find out about the opportunities and future prospects of the technology that Bitcoin once set in motion. Exhibitors will also have the opportunity to present their projects at selected stands. If you want to seize the opportunity and see why decentralisation is not everything, check out the conference and buy some tickets.

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