Consensus 2015, CoinDesk's inaugural conference, was held in New York last week.
The event featured a wide range of speakers, including prominent figures from the crypto space, traditional finance, law enforcement and aid sector who engaged in a wide range of discussion topics; including the potential use-cases for bitcoin and blockchain technology.
Update: Tickets are now available for Consensus 2016, in May, also in NYC.
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