Make Your Way to CSW Global 2015 With Digital Currency

Written by Yuliya Hudoshnyk

Mar 9, 2015

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Crowdsourcing Week Global 2015 (CSW Global 15) taking place in Singapore, April 20-24 will feature content on digital currency and its potential for transforming our economy. But, content aside, you can make your way to CSW Global 15 using Bitcoin. 

We believe that words should be supported by actions. CSW events are not only a platform to engage in discussions and predictions on the new economy but also a means for actively exploring what’s at the leading edge. So there should be no surprises that CSW actively supports the early adopters of digital currencies by accepting Bitcoin for conference registration.

For the second year in a row, we are encouraging attendees to register for a Full-access pass with Bitcoin. Digital currencies are expanding the way purchases are being made and gaining global momentum to compete with traditional payments.

Crowdsourcing Week Global 2015 will have a full day dedicated to the future of finance with topics of centralized and decentralized currencies, the most important trends in crowdfunding and investments that are fueling the next economic revolution. View the preliminary agenda here

Register today with Bitcoins and benefit from our Full-access pass to CSW Global 2015. We are proud to work with  Bitpay (a world leader in business solutions for virtual currencies that has processed over $100 million in transactions in 2014, in 200 countries) to process transactions for registration.


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About Author

Yuliya Hudoshnyk

Yuliya is a journalist currently pursuing her Master degree in Global Studies in Denmark. She is interested in local initiatives that turn into global trends and the role of media in supporting the process. As a communications manager she has been cooperating with various NGOs and contributed to international trainings in creativity and entrepreneurship.

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