The CoinGeek Conference in London is rapidly approaching. Business leaders, entrepreneurs, technology experts, developers and investors from around the globe will descend on the U.K.’s capital for the world’s largest conference that focuses on application development on a public blockchain. On February 20-21, guests will learn more about building on the massively scaling original Bitcoin SV. But once the conference stops, the networking begins—nowhere more so than at the CoinGeek After-Party.
The theme for the after-party in London is ‘Back to the Future’, marking the successful implementation of the Genesis upgrade on the BSV platform. By taking Bitcoin back to its original vision, as set out in Dr. Craig Wright’s Bitcoin whitepaper, the event marks what’s set to be a huge month for Bitcoin SV (BSV).
— Jimmy Nguyen (@JimmyWinSV) February 1, 2020
If previous after-parties are anything to go by, Back to the Future looks set to be a night to remember.
With an expected audience of over 500 global blockchain, finance, technology and business executives and entrepreneurs, the event will conclude with another legendary after-party of the type CoinGeek has become famous for.
The event will also see a range of entertainment and hospitality, appropriate to the energy and buzz around the conference: “Expect amazing entertainment, top DJs, fantastic food, and copious drinks, capping off CoinGeek’s return to London with dynamic energy that is unique to Bitcoin SV and the Satoshi Vision.”
Previous after-parties—from London, to Toronto, and Seoul—have become the stuff of legend in the Bitcoin community. With more developers than ever set to arrive in London for this year’s event, it’s gearing up to be bigger and better than ever before.
Attendance at the after-party is strictly limited, and delegates are advised to get to the venue early if they want to secure their place. Party with the world’s best developers, as well as leading voices in the BSV sector, for a night you’re guaranteed never to forget.
The conference is set for the Old Billingsgate in London, and will run from February 20-21. Learn how you can get the most out of the CoinGeek Conference here.
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