nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright is to appear at the forthcoming MoneyMuseum event scheduled for this September.
The event, to be held in Zurich on September 3, will explore the path to global scalability for Bitcoin SV (BSV), with an emphasis on the business needs and commercial applications of the technology as it moves ever closer towards mainstream global adoption.
Titled “Satoshi Vision Explored: Scaling Bitcoin To Global Use,” the event will also examine the BSV blockchain in the context of IP, regulation and compliance.
According to MoneyMuseum, the event is intended to discuss the potential of BSV in a commercial context, as well as examining how BSV can add value to existing and new businesses: “It is the intent of the MoneyMuseum to form a group of dedicated bitcoin/blockchain enthusiasts for quarterly discussion rounds. We wish to explore this technology and its potential among the attendants such that they act as a catalyst.
“In this specific event we want to learn about the Satoshi Vision and challenge its potential to provide value to new and existing businesses. We would like to elaborate what is available and what still needs to be built. What could Bitcoin do for business?”
Dr. Wright will join an esteemed panel of speakers, which also features Martin Vinsome, partner at respected U.K. IP law firm UDL, and Daniel Diemers, a blockchain strategy consultant at PwC.
As the only blockchain to reflect Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper vision for Bitcoin, BSV is already the protocol of choice for developers exploring commercial applications for the technology.
The one-day event will be moderated by Bernhard Müller and Jürg Conzett, and will see the panelists engage in open discussion, which will ultimately be opened up to an audience of delegates, to better inform on the technology and its practical implications in a commercial context.
This latest event will see Dr. Wright discuss how businesses can put BSV to use in several key use cases, most notably around regulatory compliance and the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights.
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