Events 30 April 2018Erik Gibbs
CoinGeek Conference highlights why Bitcoin Cash is cash
For cryptocurrencies to be successful over the long-term, they need to be versatile and fungible. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has already proven to be both, and will set the bar for how the eCommerce industry accepts digital currency going forward. For anyone in the eCommerce or retail space, the inaugural CoinGeek conference will be the definitive spot to learn why BCH has become so important, as well as to network with other professionals.
Dr. Craig Wright, chief scientist of nChain, one of the influential tech groups leading the development of Bitcoin Cash, expressed it best when he said, “Bitcoin is powerful right now.” The digital currency is quickly becoming a main alternative payment option in the eCommerce realm as more retailers embrace it every day. Wright will be one of many cryptocurrency leaders present for the one-day conference.
Joannes Vermorel, another leading blockchain authority and founder of the blockchain supply chain software company Lokad, will also participate in the conference. As an early adopter of BCH payments, Vermorel will be on hand to discuss how businesses can overcome hurdles with BCH.
Lorien Gamaroff, who founded the popular BCH wallet Centbee, once said, “What I like about BCH is that it’s reminding us that this was always meant to be cash. And cash needs to be able to be spent.” The CoinGeek Conference is the perfect spot to learn how easy it is to exchange BCH for cash and accept it in any eCommerce environment. Join Gamaroff and the many merchants, visionaries and investors for the one-day event.
The inaugural CoinGeek Conference will be held on May 18 at the Four Seasons hotel in Hong Kong. Registration starts at 8 a.m., followed by a series of seminars on a wide range of important cryptocurrency topics that will help the community to grow and receive greater attention. The presentations are all being designed by the best names in the crypto space, and no single event can provide the wealth of knowledge and vision like the CoinGeek conference will.
Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver will be on hand, discussing BCH adoption around the globe. As he so aptly put it in a recent discussion, “BCH is building all the tools to make it useful as cash for the entire world. And that’s why we are seeing merchant uptake around the world.”
Apart from the impact that BCH has, and will have, on the eCommerce industry, it is part of a movement that has brought about the innovation surrounding FinTech 2.0. Going forward, merchants are going to be the drivers of the entire ecosystem. As BCH continues to attract greater interest, eCommerce could very well soon be called “bCommerce” (Bitcoin Commerce).
Following the conference, there will be an after-party hosted by CoinGeek’s founder and cryptocurrency entrepreneur Calvin Ayre. Only a few weeks remain before the event, and space is limited. Don’t wait to make your reservation—pay today with BCH and get 50% the regular entry price.
Find out how you can integrate blockchain into your business by registering for the CoinGeek.com conference today.
Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BSV is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.
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