The Bitcoin hype may have died down, but the tech behind it definitely hasnt. With Bitcoins price on the rise again, and with major companies adopting and experimenting with blockchain, the way we do business, make payments, and perceive the value of money is about to change. As we find ourselves at the intersection of finance, business, and blockchain, its the perfect time to join forces with leading experts to shape the years to come. Thats why Hard Fork Summit, our annual event, is back for a second edition on October 15-17. Held in Amsterdam, well host roundtables, panel discussions,… This story continues at The Next Web

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