Despues de la exitosa ‘Conferencia de Satoshi Vision’ hecha en San Francisco en 2016, y el año pasado el evento de ‘El futuro de Bitcoin’ en Arnhem, el equipo de Bitcoin Unlimited esta presentando otro evento, esta vez en Tokyo, Japón. La conferencia de Satoshi’s Vision en Tokyo será realizada en Marzo 23-25 y apunta componentes de esta tecnología emergente y reunirlos por tres días de discusión y relaciones.
Trayendo la visión de Satoshi a una realidad
Este Marzo en Tokyo un vasto grupo de desarrolladores y entusiastas de Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

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