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Bitcoin World Power Ranking for Meetups

In March and April 2015 Bitcoin Wednesday rose to the top of the list in the Bitcoin World Power Ranking for Bitcoin Meetups around the world.   We’ve been in the top ten for the first 4 months of 2015, ever since the growth of these events has been recorded.

January 2015

1. Seoul Bitcoin Meetup
2. Bitcoin Startups Berlin
3. Bitcoin Wednesday – The Netherlands
4. Barcelona Bitcoin Community
5. Bitcoin NYC
6. San Francisco Bitcoin Meetup
7. Silicon Valley
8. Bitcoin Vancouver
9. Bitcoin Center NYC
10. Bitcoin London

February 2015

1. Israel BTC Entrepreneurs
2. Bitcoin Startups Berlin
3. Barcelona Bitcoin Community
4. Seoul Bitcoin Meetup
5. Bitcoin Wednesday – The Netherlands
6. Bitcoin Center NYC
7. Bitcoin NYC
8. Bitcoin San Fran
9. Bombay Bitcoin
10. Bitcoin London

March 2015

1. Bitcoin Wednesday – The Netherlands
2. Bitcoin Startups Berlin
3. Bitcoin Center NYC
4. Seoul Bitcoin Meetup
5. Paris Bitcoin Meetup
6. Bitcoin San Fran
7. Bitcoin London
8. Barcelona Bitcoin Community
9. Bitcoin Center NYC
10. Bombay Bitcoin

April 2015

1. Bitcoin Wednesday – The Netherlands
2. Seoul Bitcoin Meetup
3. Bitcoin South Florida
4. Bitcoin Startups Berlin
5. Barcelona Bitcoin Community
6. Bitcoin Hong Kong
7. Bitcoin Center NYC
8. Bitcoin London
10. Bitcoin Vancouver

If you think your local Meetup should have made it to the list, send us a mail: hello@BitcoinWednesday.com.

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