CoinGeek Week is now less than a month away and its popularity continues to rise. It has become such an important conference that an additional day had to be added. Now, a day specifically for the cryptocurrency mining community will be held at the start of the conference, giving miners invaluable insight into what’s in store for the future.
November is going to be an important month for Bitcoin BCH, as well as the cryptocurrency industry in general. With the introduction of Bitcoin SV—the full-node Bitcoin BCH implementation—and the upcoming protocol upgrade, there is a lot going on. The introduction of the SVPool, a public mining pool for Bitcoin BCH, is also making waves, having already attracted almost 10% of the global hash power since launching barely a week ago.
In attendance at the conference will be those involved with SVPool and CoinGeek Mining. This will be an excellent opportunity for miners to learn how they can help make Bitcoin BCH reach its full potential. Whether you’re an experienced miner or are just looking to launch operations, Miners Day will give you all the insight you need.
CoinGeek Week will be held at The Mermaid at Puddle Dock in London, England from November 27-30—it was initially scheduled for November 28-30, but Miners Day was added to the front end. The event will provide attendees with an opportunity to interact with, and learn from, a number of cryptocurrency experts and will provide multiple opportunities for attendees to expand their networks.
Following the last day of the conference, CoinGeek will hold one of its famous after parties for attendees. It will be a time of celebration, bringing to close a momentous event that is destined to shape the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Space is limited and tickets are required to attend the conference. If you would like to pay with Bitcoin BCH, you can easily do so through the CoinGeek Week website. If you prefer to pay with a credit or debit card—Visa, MasterCard or American Express—tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite. Don’t miss out on this important opportunity to be a part of the future.
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