Bitstocks to be a big part of CoinGeek London

The CoinGeek London conference, to be held on February 20-21, is only a few weeks away. This celebration of all things Bitcoin will have all of the top names and businesses from the industry. That group would be incomplete without conference sponsor Bitstocks, who will be a major presence at the Old Billingsgate.

Founder and CEO of Bitstocks, Michael Hudson, will be taking the stage on February 20. He’s set to talk about Gravity, the new Bitcoin SV (BSV) ecosystem that Bitstocks is hard at work on, but will undoubtedly share more of his wisdom about the world of Bitcoin. Hudson’s not a stranger to the CoinGeek stage, having previously spoken twice before at CoinGeek conferences.

On top of that, Bitstocks will have an exhibition stand with plenty to offer, like a VR setup. And if you’re into racing, a racing simulator will be set up to see who can set the fastest lap in a little competition. Even if it’s not your passion, it’s worth a try; the winner will get a Gravity sponsored rig of their own.

The Bitstocks team told us they felt it was very important that they make the most of CoinGeek London. “We’re building for groundbreaking technology that fits within the Crypto sphere and we have always had a strong relationship with CoinGeek,” they said. “The conference is a chance for like-minded individuals and companies to band together to educate one another which we feel is very important within this space.”

CoinGeek London will be an important time for the Bitcoin world, as it’s just a few weeks removed from the important Genesis hard fork. Genesis will return BSV as closely as possible to the original Bitcoin protocol and remove all barriers to Bitcoin’s scalability. As BSV scales to become the world’s public blockchain, Bitstocks will have plenty of experience, knowledge, and products to offer.

If you haven’t registered to attend CoinGeek London yet, act fast; time is running out. Check out the CoinGeek Conferences page for more information, and click here to register.

New to Bitcoin? Check out CoinGeek’s Bitcoin for Beginners section, the ultimate resource guide to learn more about Bitcoin—as originally envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto—and blockchain.

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