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Fall Conference Season is Here!

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Fall Conference Season is Here!
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Bitwave is hitting the road again (again) with an action-packed month that will take us around the world!

NEARCON | Lisbon, Sept. 11-14

The fun kicks off in Lisbon this weekend as VP of Sales & Partnerships, Jim Thompson, presents at NEARCON. He will present the "5 must-knows of crypto accounting."

Attendees may (or may not) be the first to hear an exciting announcement!

Digital Asset Summit 2022 | New York, Sept. 13-14

Next up is Blockwork's Digital Asset Summit across the pond in NYC.

If you're in the area, please stop by and say hello to Ace Account Executive, Adam Keller. Schedule time to connect here.

Blockchain In Oil & Gas Conference | September 14

If you're in Houston next week, make sure to catch Bitwave co-founder and CEO, Pat White's electrifying session on "Energy, DeFi, and your CFO."

Topics include:

  • Understanding how digital assets and DeFi will change the nature of the energy industry
  • Reviewing the impact of these new technologies on finance teams
  • Preparing everyone, from bookkeepers to CFOs, for these changes

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AICPA Banking Conference | Sept. 14

Bitwave's Dir. of Customer & Partner Success, Joe Dillon, will be at AICPA Banking conference joining a panel that will discuss transforming trends and the institutional interest and adoption of digital assets.

SuiteWorld | Las Vegas Sept. 27-30

And finally, we're wrapping up the month by building upon the momentum of securing ‘Built for Netsuite’ status this summer at Oracle's SuiteWorld.

Need a break from the Vegas heat? Come see us and our partner, Caravel, at a private happy hour!  Contact jesse.dykstra@bitwave.io to secure a spot!

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