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CryptoCurrencyWire Recaps Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit

CryptoCurrencyWire Recaps Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit, Looks Ahead to Upcoming February Event

CryptoCurrencyWire (“CCW”), a multifaceted financial news and publishing company, today provides a recap of the recently concluded Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit, at which CCW served as the official newswire.
Held Nov. 30-Dec. 1 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., the Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit attracted some of the best and brightest minds in the crypto space for a truly rewarding and successful conference.
“It was a pleasure to team up with the organizers of this elite crypto conference and serve as the event’s official newswire while helping promote the conference and further the crypto cause,” said Jonathan Keim, Communications Director for CryptoCurrencyWire. “We look forward to our continued collaboration as the team gears up for their next summit in February.”
The Litecoin Foundation was one of the primary sponsors of the Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit. Attendees especially enjoyed the incredible and inspiring impromptu address from Litecoin Chief Evangelist John Kim ( Other key sponsors included BlockShop DC, a local incubator that sponsored the V.I.P. event on Friday, Nov 30th; MessengerBank, the first bank to be a complete crypto/fiat exchange and remittance bank; and Latium Coin, which sponsored the Washington Elite Blind Veterans Lake Placid Olympic Experience event on Veterans Day.
Event organizers were also honored to host Vít Jedlička as one of the summit’s main speakers. Jedlička is the founder and president of the Free Republic of Liberland, a sovereign state located between Croatia and Serbia that was proclaimed a Libertarian micronation in 2015. While in the United States for the Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit, Jedlička was able to gain official recognition of his country from the U.S. Libertarian Party ( He also made a public commitment during the conference to build Liberium, the world’s first crypto art museum.
The first-ever Washington Elite coin skating invitational additionally took place during the summit, featuring Bitcoin and Litecoin mascots depicting the world’s first atomic “ice swap” out on the ice. (A video can be viewed here:
Another key highlight of the conference was artwork presented by crypto artist Nanu Berks and artist performer Vesa Kivinen, who were both featured presenters. Berk’s one-of-a-kind piece and Kivinen’s piece “Blood on the Podcast Floor” were some of the original paintings slated to be auctioned off during the conference to raise money through Tour de Crypto to benefit the Houston Area Women’s Center (
For the next Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit, scheduled to take place Feb. 1-2, 2019, 30 percent of the event proceeds will once again go to charity.
“The main focus of the conference was on the good that must be done by the crypto/blockchain community,” said Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit organizer Bruce Porter Jr. “Doing good is how we’re going to move forward and succeed. We saw this focus transpire throughout the conference – especially the second day – with great comments received from attendees.”
Many of the same sponsors who participated in the Nov. 30-Dec. 1 event will be returning for another successful Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit in February, including CryptoCurrencyWire. The February event will include a special focus on crypto tax preparation as well as the Washington Elite Veterans Blind Hockey team playing in a championship match.
The CryptoCurrencyWire team looks forward to once again partnering with the creative minds behind the Washington Elite AI Blockchain Summit.
“The CryptoCurrencyWire team was extremely professional and clearly took a lot of time to thoroughly understand our brand to maximize the effectiveness of their widespread distribution on well-recognized media outlets,” Porter said. “The very first press release draft they crafted for us nailed it and fully impressed us. The ‘grade A’ quality content produced, paired with the long list of notable placements, says a lot about the organization and how they are positioning themselves for the future. We are looking forward to working with them for years to come.”
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