Inside the Museum of Bitcoin: An Interactive Tour of Crypto History

We took a tour of the Museum of Bitcoin, a pop-up installation at The North American Bitcoin Conference 2019. It was a trip down memory lane.

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Updated Sep 13, 2021 at 8:52 a.m. UTC
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CoinDesk takes a tour of the Museum of Bitcoin, a pop-up installation at 2019 North American Bitcoin Conference. With rooms on the Silk Road, Anonymous, Bitcoin Pizza and more, it was definitely a trip down memory lane.

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