The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada (BAC) announced today the resignation of Executive Director Anthony Di Iorio and the appointment of Kyle Kemper as Interim Executive Director.
The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada is pleased to announce the creation of a new position designed to serve its growing member base: Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator will tend to matters of membership, communications, and social media; ensuring members are kept up to date with and involved in the Alliance's ongoing activities and projects.
For Immediate Release
The Bitcoin Alliance of Canada, a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to researching, developing, and championing bitcoin in Canada, will appear to give evidence before the Canadian Senate’s Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce on Thursday, October 2, 2014. The proceedings can be viewed live on the Canadian Senate’s website.
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Now that I work full-time at Decentral in Toronto, I see dozens of these victims come in...