Texas A&M’s Bitcoin Conference speaks to a broad community of students, faculty, former students, and the general public about Bitcoin. Featuring speakers from academia and industry, the conference will engage audiences at all knowledge levels – from freshman to faculty and beyond. Discussion will organize into areas including economic foundations, underlying technology, business and finance, and law/policy/regulatory landscape. Presented by Mays Innovation Research Center, this conference lives into the center’s mission to understand the true nature of innovation and how it benefits society and to distribute this knowledge broadly to students, scholars, policymakers and the public.
Featured speakers include Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates; Tim Draper of Draper Fisher Jurvetson; Michael Saylor of MicroStrategy; Bill Miller of Miller Value Partners; Pete Briger of Fortress Investment Group; Glenn Hutchins of Silver Lake Partners; Rob Kaplan of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; Dawn Stump of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission; Michael Daffey of the Global Markets at Goldman Sachs; Wences Casares of XAPO; Albert Wenger of Union Square Ventures; Britt Harris of UTIMCO;
Wences Casares of XAPO; Albert Wenger of Union Square Ventures; Eric Maskin of Harvard and Nobel Laureate; and more!
Friday, April 16 – entirely virtual | Saturday, April 17 - virtual and/or in-person option - Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center.