Julian Assange’s Wife To Lineup Bitcoin Amsterdam Conference – Crypto Times

Julian Assange’s Wife To Lineup Bitcoin Amsterdam Conference – Crypto Times

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The leading authority on Bitcoin, Bitcoin Magazine, is bringing its first European Bitcoin conference to Amsterdam in October. Stella Moris, the wife of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and a well-known international lawyer, has been added to the Bitcoin Amsterdam conference’s impressive lineup.

Announcing Julian Assange’s wife, Stella Assange, as a Bitcoin Amsterdam speaker!@StellaMoris1 grew up in Southern Africa before moving to Sweden, Spain, and then the UK for her tertiary education where she studied politics and law (SOAS, Oxford). pic.twitter.com/DCVKZ0jxE7

— Bitcoin Amsterdam (@BitcoinConfEUR) September 14, 2022

Bitcoin Magazine is bringing its signature Bitcoin conference event to Europe in collaboration with Amsterdam Decentralized and Westergas from October 12-14, 2022. The Bitcoin Magazine promises “No region left behind” in the pursuit of hyperbitcoinization.

Stella had been hired as part of Assange’s legal team to assist in fighting Julian Assange’s extradition to Sweden.

“At [Bitcoin Conference Europe], Gabriel Shipton (Brother of Julian Assange) and I will speak about Julian Assange, free speech hero and political prisoner of this generation,” Stella tweeted, referring to Visa, Mastercard, and PayPal’s actions in blocking donations to the site.

Julian Assange has been held at Belmarsh since 2019 as the US seeks his extradition to stand trial on more than a dozen counts stemming from Wikileaks’ release of classified military documents and diplomatic cables.

Also Read: Julian Assange to Hit back at the US Legal System Using $53M Funds

International Bitcoin experts, innovators, and thinkers will discuss the financial market, politics, and Bitcoin at the conference. 

Among those speaking will be Adam Beck (a technical expert closely involved in the Bitcoin protocol), Bert Slagter (the Dutch most influential person in crypto), Jemima Kelly (Financial Times columnist), and Alex Gladstein (Chief Strategy Officer Human Rights Foundation).



Renuka Tahelyani is a CA student, enthusiastic about everything Finance. She is still a wanderer in the crypto world aiming to keep up. When she is not reading a business journal she is either engrossed in a novel or planning an imaginary trip with imaginary cool people.


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