Events 19 April 2018

Erik Gibbs

‘First of a kind’ CoinGeek Conference joins dots between Bitcoin BCH, bCommerce

The date for the inaugural CoinGeek Conference is fast approaching, and Jimmy Nguyen, CEO of the nChain Group—one of the influential tech groups leading the development of Bitcoin Cash (BCH)—will be on hand at the event to kick things off with a discussion why eCommerce is poised to become BCommerce (Bitcoin commerce).

Bitcoin Cash has been making waves since it was introduced in August 2017, and not just as an investment mechanism, but as a legitimate payment option with fast transactions, extremely low fees and reliability. To keep things moving forward, it’s time for the development of better merchant solutions, better cryptocurrency wallets and better technology. These are just some of the topics that will be addressed by the best cryptocurrency minds at the inaugural CoinGeek Conference.

In addition to being a place to learn about the evolving world of BCH and eCommerce, the one-day conference is also the ideal location to network with others in the industry, find new partners and help to drive business. In Nguyen’s words, “the biggest and brightest minds” will be on hand, including Bitcoin.com owner Roger Ver, Bitmain CEO Jihan Wu and nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright, along with an extensive list of other crypto and technical experts.

Some of the topics to be discussed include Bitcoin BCH technical visions, how to overcome technical hurdles and the growth of BCH adoption around the world. This is certainly gearing up to be an incredible conference with a lot of fun events, an exceptional after party and the “most fun you will ever have in Bitcoin.”

This inaugural CoinGeek conference will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel in the heart of Hong Kong’s central district. Twelve different sessions are scheduled for the conference, followed by an after-party courtesy of Calvin Ayre, founder and owner of CoinGeek.com, who said “Bitcoin Cash is a movement.” The incredible event will be an eye-opener for merchant adoption and BCH education, and is the one cryptocurrency conference worth attending this year.

Space for the exclusive event is limited and advanced ticket purchase is required. Don’t wait—find out how you can integrate blockchain into your business by registering for the CoinGeek.com Conference today.

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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