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One theory as to why Mr. Garza wants to hold a Q&A session in a separate room is because the people who will bother to attend the session are going to be mostly Paycoin supporters, since most of the attendees at the conference are bitcoin enthusiasts and do not have much interest in alternative cryptocurrencies. Thus, any skeptics would be frowned upon by the devoted followers. In fact, it looks like the Q&A sessions is going to proceed very similarly to the way hashtalk.org operates. The forum is heavily moderated and any negative comments regarding Paycoin or their operations get instantly removed.

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Paycoin still has a long way to go. In order to at the very least establish legitimacy it must go back to the promised $20 floor. Otherwise plenty of investors are going to be left betrayed and feel like they were scammed.
So, Garza is the ill reputed person behind Paycoin and the jury is still out as to why the conference would stoop so low and take him on as a premuim sponsor when he's a competitor. Wasn't aware of that here.
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