TRAFFIC 2014 Las Vegas: Now officially taking bitcoins

Is it May yet?

While many parts of the US are currently in deep winter conditions, the city of Las Vegas is gearing up for some big news; and we aren’t talking about the launch of dot .Vegas.

Targeted TRAFFIC 2014 takes place from May 28th to the 31st, and your stay in Sin City can be prolonged if you plan to arrive during the world famous Cabana Networking days, on May 27th & 28th.

The big news: TRAFFIC 2014 in Las Vegas will accept bitcoins as the official form of payment.

Bitcoins can be worth a lot, or nothing, depending on global trends.

Bitcoins can be worth a lot, or nothing, depending on global trends.

As announced at Rick’s secret blog today, attendees that want to use bitcoins must register now.

“Folks, there’s no denying that getting on with the times is what we plan to do, and the bitcoin represents a digital innovation unlike any other this year,” said Rick Schwartz, perusing his hefty bitcoin wallet.

“We want to make life easier for you, and if you want to pay with bitcoins, that’s fine with me – just remember, the bar is cash only!” added Schwartz, smiling.

Recently, Rick appears to have taken a break from blogging; the big news of today might explain the reason: he’s been ultra busy working on the TRAFFIC 2014 agenda and other pleasant surprises that are yet to come.

If you have been holding onto your bitcoins hoping they will appreciate in value, now it’s the time to spend some by registering for TRAFFIC 2014 in Las Vegas.


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2 Responses to “TRAFFIC 2014 Las Vegas: Now officially taking bitcoins”
  1. Aaron Strong says:

    Any word on them accepting Doge Coins?

  2. RU says:

    How about NoFiatCoin?

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