Medici LA 22: Report Investigates a Secret, Invitation-Only Crypto Event Held in Beverly Hills

Report Investigating Secret Invitation-Only Crypto Event Held in Beverly Hills – Bitcoin News

According to a recent report, an invite-only coding party was held in Beverly Hills called the “Medici LA 22” event. The exclusive cryptocurrency gathering has been under the radar, but the two-day meeting was reported after a gathering of “130 or so” attendees.

An exclusive, closed-door meeting took place in Beverly Hills with big Wall Street wigs and crypto industry leaders

On May 3, Bloomberg reporter Yueki Yang described an event called Medici LA 22, a secret gathering aimed at creating “actionable investment ideas” in the crypto industry. The event was a closed doors and no-name meeting attended by about 130 people for two days. Yang’s report indicated that the conference was held at the French restaurant Jean-Georges in Beverly Hills. “It was hard to get tickets for the event,” some of the attendees told Yang and some of the Medici LA 22 attendees were from Jane Street, Goldman Sachs, and Blackrock.

Medici LA 22: Report investigates a secret invite-only crypto event held in Beverly Hills
According to the report, the relatively unknown Medici network started five years ago.

The report further notes that Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase, attended in addition to the billionaire and CEO of Galaxy Digital, Mike Novogratz. Yang explained that Solana co-founder Anatoly Yakovenko, Jump Crypto president Kanav Kariya, Polygon co-founder Mihilo Bilic, and Braintrust CEO Adam Jackson attended the exclusive Medici event. The chair of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) was a Medici participant as well.

According to a Bloomberg report, Medici Network was created five years ago by Finality Capital Partners co-founder Adam Winnick. The co-founder of Finality Capital explained that when he got into finance, high-yield bonds were the rage. “Today, tokens are the new tool that is paving the way for a whole new set of networks and we are proud to support this effort,” Winick said on the conference programme.

The annual Satoshi Round Table is also an invite-only event held in a secret location

Medici Network events aren’t the only exclusive invite-only meetings held in the crypto industry. For example, Watchdog Capital founder and cryptocurrency advocate every year Bruce Fenton It hosts a Satoshi Roundtable event in a secret location. During the first annual event, the Satoshi Round Table was called the “Bilderberg” meeting of the crypto world.

“The Satoshi Roundtable is an annual gathering of key industry players in an informal but private environment where participants freely discuss current events, obstacles and opportunities in the blockchain space,” the website description states.

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Jamie Redman is the head of news at Bitcoin.com News and a technology financial journalist based in Florida. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for Bitcoin, open source code, and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 5,000 articles for Bitcoin.com News about the disruptive protocols emerging today.




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