BSV Blockchain Conference takes on Miami on September 1

The BSV enterprise blockchain is capturing the attention of developers, entrepreneurs and executives around the world, with its massive scaling power, rapid growth and sophisticated technological platform. Now it’s time to raise the stakes further, with the first ever BSV Blockchain Conference this September, courtesy of Bitcoin Association.

The event is set to take place on September 1 at the SLS Brickell hotel in Miami, where blockchain industry leaders are set to gather to discuss the benefits of BSV Blockchain as a technology for enterprise, and the future of distributed data technology.

The conference will be chaired by Bitcoin Association’s founding president Jimmy Nguyen, who begins the day with an introduction to BSV blockchain. The day runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, with a packed agenda of speakers and keynote presentations, bringing insights of some of the most influential people and businesses operating in the blockchain space.

Veridat’s Phillip Runyan and nChain’s Dominic Duffy will speak on Data Integrity on BSV, before handing over to Steve Lawrence of EHR Data and Zachary Weiner of VXPASS for a look at Healthcare on the BSV Blockchain. Digital asset trading and tokenized assets on BSV is the order of the day for Karen Wendel, CEO of Fabriik Qualified Custody and her colleague Roy Bernhard, Fabriik’s chief visionary.

The morning session wraps up with George Siosi Samuels of Faiā and Simit Naik of nChain looking at the progress being made with BSV on the island of Tuvalu, a case study for how government services can be powered by BSV Blockchain at scale.

After lunch, speakers include Conor Murray of Britevue and Luke Rohenaz of TonicPow on digital advertising on BSV, as well as Joe DePinto of Haste and Matt Dickson of BitBoss on the iGaming dimension. Other sessions in the packed conference agenda feature Robert Rice of Transmira, Gregory Bledsoe of Unbounded Enterprise and Xiaohui Liu, founder & CEO, sCrypt.

The conference is free to attend, though spaces are highly limited and strictly first come first served. Whether you’re a business executive, an institutional investor or a journalist interested in learning more about blockchain and digital assets, register now to claim your space at this must-attend event.

Register here to join the free event.

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