CoinGeek Live: Register for the next CoinGeek Conference

Bringing together some of the brightest minds in Bitcoin and blockchain ecosystem, CoinGeek Live is poised to pick up from where previous CoinGeek Conferences left off, setting out the latest thinking around blockchain technology while charting the progress of Bitcoin SV.

Broadcasting live from New York and London, the event is set to take place this September 30. The three-day event brings together some of the most high profile speakers from around the world, capped off by a keynote from nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig S. Wright.

The event will explore how Bitcoin SV connects the world with a single chain, the only blockchain with the massive scaling power to connect the world. With live links between presentations in London and New York, and broadcasting live to delegates around the world, the event shows distance is no barrier in the bitcoin world.

Jimmy Nguyen, the founding president of the Bitcoin Association, said the event will look at how Bitcoin SV will transform industry, consumer experience and the future of technology.

“Everyone can join us as we explore how BSV connects one world with one chain. Only Bitcoin SV has the massive scaling power to be the one blockchain that connects the world. For this conference we’ll be connecting two cities with live broadcast studios in both New York and London, broadcasting them virtually to ensure that distance and travel are no barriers to our speakers and audience around the world.”

Previous events have drawn developers from around the world, keen to learn more about BSV, blockchain technology and the future of the Bitcoin protocol. With innovation continuing to gather pace in the BSV world, there’s never been a better time to get involved.

Don’t miss it—register today for CoinGeek Live, and book your seat at the virtual table for this landmark event.

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