BarCampBank San Francisco – March 29

by Erin McCune on March 18, 2008

in Banking, Payments News, San Francisco, Technology

I've been intrigued by the idea of a BarCamp – informal, unstructured, participant-organized conferences where people with similar interests share and learn in an open environment – since I read about them in other (mostly technology) blogs. There is an upcoming banking/finance BarCamp in San Francisco (well, actually at UC Berkeley) and I just signed up.


The aim of BarCampBank is to foster innovations and the creation of new business models in the world of banking and finance.

Of the proposed sessions I am particularly interested in a demo of Noca (merchant payments without transaction fees).

I promise to blog about the whole experience afterwards. If you are curious and want to come, too, the details are here:

Other BarCampBank events in the near future:

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