Events 22 November 2018

Erik Gibbs

CoinGeek Week Conference just a week away

In the wake of the hard fork of the Bitcoin Cash blockchain, it is more important than ever that miners get together to discuss where cryptocurrency mining is going and what is in store for the Bitcoin Cash network. The upcoming CoinGeek Week conference will feature a day especially for miners, giving them a dedicated forum to understand the intricacies of the hard fork and to network with other miners to formulate plans that will help build the Bitcoin Cash blockchain going forward.

The conference will be held from November 28-30 at The Mermaid at Puddle Dock in London, with Miner’s Day happening on November 27. It is an exclusive, invitation-only event and, with only a few short days remaining before the conference, the opportunity to participate in this industry-changing event is about to pass. To request information on how to participate in Miner’s Day, you can find out more on the CoinGeek Week site.

Don’t just pop in for Miner’s Day, though. The entire conference is going to be full of presentations by industry-leading professionals whose goal it is to help the cryptocurrency community—both seasoned and beginning—to understand the importance of Bitcoin Cash to the growth of crypto, as well as the role it has in being a leading digital currency.

Following Miner’s Day, the conference will focus on application developers and what’s being seen in the space. Application Merchants Day follows on Day 3, the perfect opportunity to get involved with the retail side of Bitcoin Cash and to experience the innovation and evolution of the leading cryptocurrency in a retail environment. The first three days will each conclude with a networking event, giving participants an excellent opportunity to make new alliances and expand their business circles.

The last day of the conference will focus on the future. Given the changes seen recently in the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem, this is a vital day for everyone in cryptocurrency. Experts from a range of blockchain and crypto fields will be on hand to provide the roadmap of what’s in store. Stick around following the day’s activities to attend the CoinGeek after-party, hosted by CoinGeek founder and early and vocal Bitcoin Cash advocate Calvin Ayre.

Space is limited and tickets are required to attend the conference. If you would like to pay with Bitcoin Cash, 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 unique opportunity to be a part of the future.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (SegWit) chain are referenced as BTC coins; tokens on the Bitcoin Cash ABC chain are referenced as BCH, BCH-ABC or BAB coins.

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