A Bitcoin mining company organized a fake protest at a major New York blockchain conference

Technology 14-5-2018 Mashable 40
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It's difficult to stand out in the often bonkers world of cryptocurrency.

With all the scams, hacks, and animated dancing coins, it can be really hard to break through the noise and into the public's consciousness with your surely revolutionary tech. That's where the fake protest comes in. 

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As the 2018 Consensus blockchain conference kicked off today in Midtown Manhattan, one bitcoin mining company apparently decided that the best way to make a splash was with a few shouts. As the event was getting started, a group of people could be found marching in front of the hotel hosting the 8,500-person-strong gathering. They chanted slogans like "hey hey, ho ho, Bitcoin has got to go," and held signs informing anyone who passed by that "paper checks use less electricity!" Read more...

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