There is no reason not to attend CoinGeek Live, the CoinGeek conference that will take place from September 30 to October 2. It’s free to attend and you can tune in from your own home since it will be a virtual experience this time around!
What is CoinGeek Live?
CoinGeek Live is the upcoming CoinGeek conference featuring presentations from some of the most sought-after speakers in the world as well as businesses and individuals at the forefront of blockchain innovation.
A few of the many speakers that will be presenting are technology visionary George Gilder, Managing Partner and the Head of Research at Fundstrat Global Advisors Tom Lee, Dr. Craig S. Wright, Twetch co-founder Billy Rose, EHR Data’s Chief Clinic Officer Cheryl D. Jorgenson, TAAL CEO Jerry Chan, OKEx’s director of financial markets Lennix Lai, and many more.
The sixth CoinGeek conference was set to take place in New York; however, coronavirus shook up those plans and required the event to adapt. Fortunately, we were able to find a way to make the conference even more inclusive—and comfortable—than before.
The upcoming CoinGeek conference is broadcasting live from the Manhattan Center in New York and the Kennington Studios in London, which means you can watch the jampacked conference from your own couch, near your own refrigerator and bathroom, at all times of the day—even during your workday.
What I look forward to
There are presentations happening on each day of the conference that I’m personally looking forward to. On Day 1 (September 30, I’m looking forward to the Bitcoin Association third Bitcoin SV Hackathon finalists presenting as well as the Bitcoin technical update from nChain CTO Steve Shadders taking place first thing in the morning.
On day two (October 2), I’m personally looking forward to the many discussions regarding Bitcoin smart contracts and tokenization. Jeff Chen’s presentation on the Bitcoin-powered internet browser Maxthon. Jerry Chan’s presentation about TAAL’s sustainable mining model, and the keynote presentation to be given by Tom Lee.
And on day three, the final day of the conference (October 3), I personally look forward to the discussions on gaming on the blockchain, the presentation on cashless casinos, the announcement of the Hackathon winner(s), and the keynote given by famed economist, writer, investor, and technology visionary, George Gilder.
How do I Attend?
To attend CoinGeek Live, all you have to do is register here, subsequently, you will be sent all of the information you need to tune in to the conference live.
We recommend you register now and we hope to see you at the virtual conference. For more information regarding what presentations are taking place, you can view the full conference agenda here.
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