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August 07, 2011, 05:05:52 PM
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Why would you believe anything coming out of someone so obviously a zealot. His evangelizing cost himself financial ruin and is closest family significant losses. He's a self-professed IT professional, but kept his life savings in an anonymously run e-wallet. He seems like a genuine person and I don't think he is trying to mislead anyone intentionally, but he's clearly shown the inability to be objective in the Bitcoin world.

I'm struggling to find real data indicating if the conference is going to be half as big Bruce says it will.

If you intend to go, please make a post here saying so. If you're undecided, post what could influence your decision.

To keep this clean, please keep meta-discussion to a minimum.

My own status: Maybe, depending on who else will be there. Hence the post.

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August 07, 2011, 05:09:47 PM
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Why would you believe anything coming out of someone so obviously a zealot. His evangelizing cost himself financial ruin and is closest family significant losses. He's a self-professed IT professional, but kept his life savings in an anonymously run e-wallet. He seems like a genuine person and I don't think he is trying to mislead anyone intentionally, but he's clearly shown the inability to be objective in the Bitcoin world.
Bruce has a tendency to exaggerate, which is exactly why I think this list will be a useful resource, to me and others.

But to make it so, please keep meta-discussion to a minimum.

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August 07, 2011, 05:13:15 PM
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Fair point. Perhaps you could get Bruce to put this list on the Expo website?

Why would you believe anything coming out of someone so obviously a zealot. His evangelizing cost himself financial ruin and is closest family significant losses. He's a self-professed IT professional, but kept his life savings in an anonymously run e-wallet. He seems like a genuine person and I don't think he is trying to mislead anyone intentionally, but he's clearly shown the inability to be objective in the Bitcoin world.
Bruce has a tendency to exaggerate, which is exactly why I think this list will be a useful resource, to me and others.

But to make it so, please keep meta-discussion to a minimum.

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August 08, 2011, 12:06:05 AM
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Register Online Now 
Conference Admission     2 Bitcoins per person
Vendor's Display Table     10 Bitcoins per Vendor


http://bitcoinme.com/index.php/bitcon-2011/

With the price of Bitcoin so low, everyone who was just attending should be jumping on getting a table now for the hell of it.

Oh wait, I see it in check out now, bait and switch lol

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Conference Admission per Person 3.2258 BTC

Vendor's Display Table 16.1290 BTC

The price to get in keeps on rising, everyone better get in now before you can't afford it :p

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