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d10e: Industry Leaders Gather in Amsterdam for Big Event


Evan Faggart | Feb 14, 2016 | 12:00

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d10e: Industry Leaders Gather in Amsterdam for Big Event


Evan Faggart | Feb 14, 2016 | 12:00


The first d10e event of 2016 will take place at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam, Feb. 17-18, marking the company’s debut in Europe.

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d10eD10e is an international event experience that will focus on celebrating decentralization in the financial technology sector, disruptive technology and culture, the sharing economy, and the future of work.

It will feature presentations and live audience Q/As, in-depth panel discussions with two simultaneous tracks, a live exhibit with hall demonstrations, and a blockchain startup competition.

Lisa Cheng, CEO of Vanbex Group, a blockchain-specialized strategic consulting firm based in Vancouver, said, “D10e is an opportunity to meet with old friends, colleagues, and new acquaintances to talk about the latest innovations. There is no event on the planet quite like this. I simply can’t wait.”

D10e returns to San Francisco in July.

For more information visit Tickets are available at Eventbrite.

 d10e Featured Presenters


Roger Ver is one of several big names who will speak at the d10e Amsterdam event.

Brock Pierce, Managing Partner, Blockchain Capital

Brock Pierce, a venture capitalist and serial entrepreneur best known for pioneering the market for digital currency, is founder and managing partner of Blockchain Capital. Pierce is also chairman of the Bitcoin Foundation and his company Blockchain Capital has invested in more than 30 blockchain enabling technology companies.

Angel Investor Roger Ver

Roger Ver, nicknamed Bitcoin Jesus, is a venture capitalist, angel investor and Bitcoin enthusiast. Ver has served as the full time CEO of, directly employing about 30 people. Over the last decade, under Roger’s leadership, Memory Dealers has grown to become a world leader in the used Cisco memory and networking equipment industry.

Jeff Garzik, Founder, Bloq

Jeff Garzik is a futurist, entrepreneur and software engineer. He founded and runs Dunvegan Space Systems and serves on the board of Coin Center, as well as the advisory board of BitFury, BitPay,, Netki and WayPaver Labs. Jeff has delivered presentations on bitcoin and blockchain at TEDx, State of Digital Money, many bitcoin conferences, as well as private briefings to corporations, governments, central banks, and hedge funds.

Toni Lane, Advisor and Co-Founder, CoinTelegraph

Apart from her role at the largest media group in Bitcoin, CoinTelegraph, Tori Lane advises several companies at the intersection of the internet of finance and the next generation web. She currently is working with ZeroG Colony on a galactic music experience.

Jason King, Founder, Sean’s Outpost and

Jason King is the founder of Sean’s Outpost, the largest provider of meals to the homeless in Escambia County Florida. In their first year of operations Sean’s Outpost outpaced the second largest organization feeding the homeless by over 6,000 meals. As of March 2015, Sean’s Outpost provided their 150,000th crypto-funded meal. Sean’s Outpost also operates a nine acre homeless sanctuary, Satoshi Forest — all powered by Bitcoin.

About d10e

D10e, a numeronym for decentralization, is composed of members mostly based in the United States, distributed from the east to west coast. Led by CEO Tiffany Madison, d10e originated as Coin Congress. Guided by insightful advisors, they launched two successful 2014 events in Singapore and San Francisco which included 60 top professionals and 400+ attendees representing 200 companies. In September 2015, d10e launched as the first event uniting top de-centralizers and thought-leaders in the most disruptive, innovative and revolutionary industries.

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