The event, entitled Money Without Banks? The Bitcoin Case (rough translation) is taking place on the 22nd of April in Innsbruck, and covers the potential implications of bitcoin on the current financial system.
As provided by the submitter of the post, who says he went to the Economic Chamber to discuss a bitcoin business he is planning to start, here is a very rough translation of what the pamphlet pictured above and below says:
Title: Money without banks? The Bitcoin case.
Description: The banks and insurances division of The Austrian Federal Economic Chamber and the Austrian National Bank warmly invites you to a lecture with a discussion possibility afterwards under the title “Money without banks? The Bitcoin case.”. Based on the current example Bitcoin, the functionality and benefit of private mediums of exchange and the implications on the existing money and currency system will be discussed.
As the digital currency continues to gain traction, the traditional financial system has been increasingly interested in its growth. Most recently, J.P. Morgan held an event related to bitcoin, and Goldman Sachs chimed in with a report.
More information as it becomes available.
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