Gallery: Amsterdam's Bitcoin2014 Conference in Pictures

Check out CoinDesk's standout moments from this year's Bitcoin Foundation conference in the Netherlands.

AccessTimeIconMay 27, 2014 at 9:30 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 11, 2021 at 10:49 a.m. UTC

In a whirlwind weekend that saw big news from Circle, BitPay and Satoshi Nakamoto himself, Amsterdam's Bitcoin2014 conference certainly didn't disappoint.

One of the biggest bitcoin events to date, the annual conference organised by the Bitcoin Foundation drew more than 1,100 attendees, alongside 140 speakers and panelists who weighed in on the future of the digital currency economy.

For those that couldn't be there, the CoinDesk team have compiled some highlights of the event in the gallery below – and, in case you missed them, catch our day one and two roundups here and here.

For more news on upcoming digital currency events, head to our events page. Alternatively, you can find a full rundown of conferences in 2014 here.

What were your standout moments of Bitcoin2014? Do you have plans to attend any cryptocurrency events this year? Let us know in the comments section below.


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