It’s that time again – spring is in the air and Bitcoin is in the streets of NYC. Since 2015, it’s been a mainstay thanks to the anchor event produced by Consensus. These days there are also 100+ side events to go to as well. My initial impressions were much more favorable than the craziness and overwhelming overcrowdedness of 2018 – this year was more spacious with less hype and better quality conversations. It helped brighten the mood given that Bitcoin has been up over 110%, easily passing the $8000 support level as well as many are looking to make money from the blockchain.
While I spent most of my time at many of the other events, I’ve put together some experiences of industry colleagues of mine: