With the CoinGeek Live Conference just days away, the Bitcoin SV community is gearing up for the year’s biggest event. Broadcasting live from the Manhattan Center in New York and Kennington Studios in London, the free-to-attend conference offers a packed agenda of speeches, presentations and panel discussions from the thought leaders in Bitcoin and blockchain.
Day 2 kicks off with the “Internet of Things & Big Data on the Bitcoin SV Blockchain” in the morning session, headed up by Paul Chiari, of WeatherSV and MetaStreme, and Daniel Keane, the co-founder and managing director of Predict Ecology. It’s followed by Jeff Chen from Maxthon Ltd., on New Browsers & Domain Systems for a Bitcoin SV-Powered Internet.
TrueReview, TonicPow and Twetch join forces for a panel discussion on new models for digital content, led by CEOs Connor Murray, Luke Rohenaz and Billy Rose, before a discussion on smart contracts and token protocols with James Belding of Tokenized.
Neuroscientist Dr. Robert Huber is set to present on Clean Data: Clinical Research Integrity and Data Hygiene Using Bitcoin SV with Philip Runyan of Veridat, followed by sessions on transaction processing and the role of miners in processing transactions on the BSV blockchain.
Mid-morning sees the day’s first keynote speeches from David Grider and Thomas Lee, director and managing partner at Fundstrat respectively.
The afternoon turns to look at the role of BSV in finance, with a presentation on Digital Asset Investments, followed by a look at modern finance on the BSV blockchain. A panel discussion on trading and exchanges in a tokenized world brings together Tom Albright of Bittrex Global, Armen Azatyan of TDXP, Lennix Lai of OKEx and Daniel Skowronski of fabriik.
The day wraps with a Fireside Chat with Dr. Craig S. Wright, who will look at the role of BSV as a timestamp server, before the closing remarks from Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen.
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