The highly anticipated B-Word Conference is all set to start later today at 9 am PDT. The conference is Bitcoin centered where some of the most notable names in the crypto field would discuss possible ways in which institutions can incorporate Bitcoin in their system. The conference would offer a live experience and a library of content to the investor community. The event is completely virtual with pre-recorded conversations and is free for everyone to attend with one live session starting from 11 am EDT.
The B-word conference has been divided into various parts where speakers would debate and discuss various aspects of Bitcoin, its pros and cons and also debunk some of the most widespread misconceptions about the BTC.
The key speakers in the event would include the likes of Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, SEC commissioner Hester Peirce, and Ark Invests CEO Cathie wood along with few other notable names from crypto.
Jack Dorset vs Elon Musk Face-Off
The most awaited part of the B-Word conference was between Jack Dorsey, a big-time Bitcoin proponent, and Elon Musk, the Tesla CEO who turned from a Bitcoin hero to a villain in a single quarter. The contrasting views of two of the most influential people on Bitcoin would be something everyone is looking forward to.
Dorsey had challenged Musk to discuss Bitcoin at the B-Word conference life which he accepted. People beleive the discussion between the two would be quite epic given both stand pole apart on their views about BTC. On one hand, Dorsey-led Square Inc is planning to build a whole ecosystem around BTC Tesla had discontinued its Bitcoin payment service just weeks after announcing it.
For the Bitcurious? Very well then, let’s do it 😉
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 25, 2021
Musk reignited the energy FUD claiming a majority of mining energy is not clean. While Dorsey maintains a bitcoiner point of view who believes Proof of work is the key to Bitcoin’s decentralization.
This could be a topic of discussion in the upcoming live event as well given both Dorsey and Cathie Wood had earlier rubbished Musk’s claims.