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“Jack Dorsey” and “ELON MUSK” And many other big institutions will speak about Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies.

Written by July 21, 2021 21:21
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New Delhi: The ₿ Word is a Bitcoin-focused initiative that aims to demystify and destigmatize mainstream narratives about Bitcoin, explain how institutions can embrace it, and raise awareness around areas of the network that need support. The ₿ Word will launch at 9am PDT on July 21, 2021, offering a live experience and a library of content to the investor community, enabling a more informed discussion about the role Bitcoin can serve for institutions across the globe.

“Jack Dorsey” and “ELON MUSK” And many other big institutions will speak about Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies.

It is expected that they are going to speak positively about Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies and that’s why Bitcoin and Alts are pumping today and Bitcoin is expected to cross $32000 today.

Who all are speaking at the conference?

The event will feature Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and ARK Invest CEO Cathie Wood among other big names.

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What Elon Musk can say tonight?

Musk agreed to join the line-up after a Twitter exchange with Jack Dorsey in June.

“Let’s you and I have a conversation at the event. you can share all your curiosities” Dorsey tweeted to Musk on June 25.

“For the Bitcurious? Very well then, let’s do it,” Musk replied.

The two billionaires stand a pole apart over their views on Bitcoin.

Dorsey has always been unapologetic about his enthusiasm despite the impact on the environment and Musk has always expressed his concerns.

In February, Musk announced that Tesla would start accepting Bitcoin for purchases however it was revoked in May.

“Cryptocurrency is a good idea on many levels and we believe it has a promising future, but this cannot come at great cost to the environment,” Musk wrote.

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