After opening remarks from Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen, the discussion turns to eSports, with Adam Kling of Kronoverse, Rahul Sood, co-founder of Unikrn and John Brackens from Esports Entertainment Group. Titled ‘Esports & Advantages of a Massively Scalable Blockchain’, the session will look at how the eSports sector is benefiting from the Bitcoin SV, including global scale capacity.
Next up, a panel discussion featuring some experts from the iGaming sector, for a session titled “Cashless Casinos: How Bitcoin Technology Can Create a Better & Safer Gaming Experience”. Matthew Dickson, CEO & Co-Founder of BitBoss, Ed Andrews, CEO of Resorts Digital Gaming, Steven Crystal of SCCG Management and Eric Bowers of Boyd Gaming take to the floor to discuss the implications of BSV in the casino and betting sector.
Discussions continue on the theme of iGaming for the next session, “iGaming Future: How the Bitcoin Blockchain Can Power More Efficiency and Transparency Across the Industry’s Value Chain”, before a session on IP on BSV, led by Scott Adams, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, and representatives from BSV research firm nChain.
Shortly after lunch comes the day’s first keynote address, from Dr. Craig S. Wright—“From the Internet to Bitcoin: The Digital Ledger to Advance the World’s Technology Infrastructure.”
Lance Morginn, President of Blockchain Intelligence Group picks up from Dr. Wright for the first afternoon session, with a look at blockchain intelligence, before a session with Russell E. Perry, and Peter Bainbridge-Clayton of kompany on real-time KYC on the blockchain.
Later in the afternoon, the winners from the 3rd BSV Hackathon will be announced, alongside a session on venture investments for the future of BSV and blockchain.
The day wraps with a keynote speech and fireside chat with economist and writer George Gilder, before closing remarks from Jimmy Nguyen to round off the day, and the conference.
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