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Author Topic: Silicon Valley: Meet Bitcoin China at Tonight's Meetup @ 6pm @ Plug and Play  (Read 2103 times)
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December 03, 2013, 10:34:07 PM

This upcoming Tuesday, December 3rd, at 6:00pm, the Silicon Valley Bitcoin Meetup is pleased to present a few speakers at Plug and Play Tech Center's 2nd Floor Game Room.

In collaboration with Beijing Garage Cafe North America branch, we will have three skype-in speakers.

Xiaolai Li: Founder of Bitfund. BitFund.PE is one of the earliest Bitcoin related private equities in the world, and it focuses on investing and helping Bitcoin related projects and startups. By connecting developers and investors, BitFund is accelerating the revolution that Bitcoin initiated.  Read more about Xiaolai here.

Dong Zhao: co-founder, former CTO of Moji Weather, a mobile app with more than 100 million downloads and active devices. As the CTO of garage Café Dong is currently working on the development of BTC miner chips and the deployment of BTC mining machines. Dong is also a Bitcoin trading mediator that specialized in OTC (Over-The-Counter) transactions. More than 70K bitcoins have been exchanged so far under Dong’s mediation.

Hongcai Guo: co-founder of Paizhuan and Yangyang media. Yangyang media is a platform that focuses on the news and latest development of the Bitcoin community in China and the world. Yanyang media has interviewed numerous Bitcoin players, organizes Bitcoin related events, and delivers a Bitcoin daily report to the community.
Please join us for free pizza and soda and meet other Bitcoiners!

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