Events 1 October 2018Erik Gibbs
Don’t miss out on the most important Bitcoin BCH conference this fall
As cryptocurrency conferences go, it’s hard to top those hosted by CoinGeek. They have become the go-to gathering places for everyone in the crypto space and are regarded as among the most prestigious events for showcasing the power of Bitcoin BCH. This fall, the CoinGeek Week Conference will continue that tradition, offering an exciting opportunity for crypto enthusiasts, merchants and seasoned professionals to come together and see why Bitcoin BCH is the world’s only true retail-driven cryptocurrency, and what’s in store for the future.
The event will be held November 28-30 at the Mermaid at Puddle Dock in London. Industry experts will be present to provide important insight into the state of Bitcoin BCH and how merchants can take advantage of the digital currency to increase their revenue streams. Each day will be filled with a plethora of information that is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of what is going on in the ever-changing world of crypto.
Day 1 centers on application developers. It will be the perfect opportunity to pick up inside knowledge on the latest blockchain advancements from those who are spearheading cryptocurrency’s evolution. After the day’s activities wrap up, a networking event will give attendees the chance to meet others, forge new alliances and explore new ventures.
Day 2 will be geared toward application merchants. If you want to see how easy it is to integrate Bitcoin BCH as a payment alternative—or why you should—the activity will provide a wealth of knowledge. Don’t get left behind while the competition moves forward and blazes new trails. This retail-focused conference will be followed by a networking session similar to that seen on Day 1, and will be the optimal chance for merchants and entrepreneurs to expand their networks and create new business contacts.
Day 3 is all about the future. If you’re curious about what’s in store for crypto and the blockchain, you can’t miss this day’s activities. We’re just getting started with crypto and blockchains, and what is coming down the pipe is incredible. Get the knowledge you need to be able to take your business to the next level.
Following the completion of Day 3, CoinGeek founder Calvin Ayre will host his highly popular after party for those who have attended all three days. There are parties and there are CoinGeek parties—a CoinGeek party is one for the history books.
Tickets are available now and multi-day tickets can be purchased for a discount off the single-day price. Space is limited, so reserve your place today before it’s too late. bComm associates receive a discount and, as always, tickets can be purchased using Bitcoin BCH.
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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