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Author Topic: 2013-06-14 Bring on the Bitcoin Regulations: Winklevoss  (Read 615 times)
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June 15, 2013, 05:13:39 AM
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http://www.cnbc.com/id/100815062

During a panel discussion at the NExT conference entrepreneurial event in New York, he said regulations will help give credibility to bitcoin, which has a reputation of being used by criminals laundering dirty money.
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June 15, 2013, 05:52:08 AM
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So is there some way to apply for investment capital if you have an idea related to bitcoin regulation?Huh

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June 15, 2013, 04:50:31 PM
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So is there some way to apply for investment capital if you have an idea related to bitcoin regulation?Huh

Good question.

The Winklevoss twins will be at VLAB Event : Virtual Currencies: Gold Rush or Fools' Gold, The Rise of Bitcoin in a Digital Economy

http://www.vlab.org/article.html?aid=469

It should be interesting, there will be a Stanford Economist to provide a quick intro on Virtual Currencies (and Bitcoin).  Kashmir Hill from Forbes Magazine, and the Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss (from Winklevoss Capital).

VLAB is a way to get entrepreneurs, industry experts, venture capitalists, and private investors together to exchange ideas and insights.  Usually the panel consists of a moderator to lead the discussion, two small companies (doing something disruptive), an incumbent (larger company which might be threatened), and a venture capitalist or investor.  Examples of small companies (which later became very big) include Google and Siri (bought by Apple).

If you're not in the Silicon Valley area, it will be videotaped, and available for viewing later.

I'll be there (Tony from Raspberry Coins - http://www.raspberrycoins.com)
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