The bitcoin community has been expanding at a breakneck pace. From the early days of the cryptocurrency when it was mostly a curio for a small subset of the tech crowd, bitcoin has become a global phenomenon.
Seth Kaye, a pink-haired designer, arrived in New York for the Consensus crypto conference this week, hoping that someone would talk to him about his idea to fund solar projects with a digital currency.
Consensus, the blockchain industry’s conference of the year, hadn’t even begun its general session when registration lines started snaking through the length of the New York Hilton Midtown’s ground floor lobby, multiple times.
Crypto Jewelry, a company based in L.A., has recently launched its line of crypto-themed jewelry. Its first collection centers on bitcoin. The company plans on releasing a new collection every year, each based on a different form of cryptocurrency.