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Miami Mayor Unveils Laser-Eyed Bull Statue To Symbolize Miami As “World’s Capital Of Crypto”



Francis Suarez, the Mayor of Miami, has unveiled a laser-eyed bull statue meant to symbolize Miami becoming the self-proclaimed “world’s capital of crypto.”


It has been reported that the statue is a 3,000-pound robotic-looking bull fashioned in the same vein as the Charging Bull of Wall Street, according to the official website. The statue was commissioned by Florida-based finance firm Tradestation.


However, it was unveiled on Wednesday at the Miami Beach Convention Center, where the conference is being held and was immediately labeled by skeptics at Intelligencer as “A Crime Against God.” the crypto community has taken a shine to the new symbol of the future of finance. Morgan Creek Digital co-founder Anthony “Pomp” Pompliano said that “The bulls are in control.”


The report said that Binance founder and CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao said that the bull is “pretty cool.” The bull will greet the 30,000 attendees expected at the conference this year before being put out to pasture at the Miami-Dade College campus after the conference ends. The conference will run for four days from April 6-9.

Likewise, the conference features five different stages, the largest of which has a capacity of 15,000 people. Events started off with Pomp and Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz giving a joint fireside chat and continued with chats from Bitcoin community legends Nick Szabo, Jameson Lopp, Dan Held and others.


Thus, other speakers include PayPal founder Peter Thiel, NFL star Odell Beckham Jr., and MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor, just to name a few. A notable last-minute withdrawal from the conference lineup is El Salvador’s president Nayib Bukele. President Bukele is dealing with an outbreak of gang violence in his country, where a state of emergency has been imposed that suspends certain civil liberties, drawing concern from human rights organizations.


Source: Cointelegraph


 


 

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