Bobby Lee, CEO of cryptocurrency exchange BTCC, spoke about buying bitcoin and China's regulatory crackdown in a speech last weekend.
The Bitcoin Foundation’s plans for a comeback have faced early skepticism after the public release of a private email from its executive director.
This week's media coverage, though interrupted by the launch of Ethereum's decentralised app network, largely scrutinised bitcoin's reputation.
BTC China has expanded its range of services to include a mining pool and payment processing for merchants.
CEO Bobby Lee has announced a 'Sell for Cash' feature, aimed squarely at overseas customers.
At day two, attendees learned about the regulatory issues in China, upcoming technological challenges and bitcoin investment opportunities.
The Chinese government may be moving to suppress bitcoin adoption by limiting access to popular industry websites, reports say.
By attendance alone, Beijing's first major bitcoin conference is a raging success despite fears of increasing regulatory pressure.
The Bitcoin Foundation has officially announced its two newest board members: Bobby Lee and Brock Pierce.
Bitcoin 2014, a European conference held in association with the Bitcoin Foundation, has released a schedule of planned events.