Last year, crypto custody firm BitGo held a party where it served two sushi-grade tuna that chefs cut and carved up for guests, one of which clocked in at 200 pounds. This year, there was just one tuna, a 115-pounder, though the company made a joke of it, handing out stickers reading “#TunaWinter.”
A satellite event called Sh*tcoin Conference, which celebrates non-bitcoin cryptocurrencies viewed as worthless by some bitcoin believers, ended up smaller after crypto exchange FTX imploded late last year. FTX was supposed to sponsor it before its bankruptcy, forcing the organizers to scale the schedule back considerably. Last year, the event was a two-day conference at the nightclub Mad Club Wynwood. This year, it was one evening at a co-working space in Wynwood called the LAB Miami.
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