The next CoinGeek Conference is right around the corner, kicking off in early October in New York City. The hotly anticipated event brings Bitcoin SV to one of the industry’s traditionally most innovative cities, a hotbed of entrepreneurship and development activity in the Bitcoin space.
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The meetup takes place on Monday, October 4 at the Sheraton Hotel Time Square, one day ahead of the conference itself. It’s free to attend, with invitations open to all with an interest in BSV and blockchain technology.
The event is designed to provide delegates with a chance to get to know other members of the community better, ahead of the conference itself, which runs October 5-7. Simply confirm attendance online to book your space and secure your spot among the great and good of the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
The event starts at 6 p.m. EST and will run until 8:30 p.m., with a wide range of guests from across the BSV ecosystem expected to be in attendance. The following day, the conference itself kicks off in physical and virtual format, beginning three days of presentations, seminars, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities for anyone in or around Bitcoin SV.
With the conference shaping up to be the biggest of its kind in Bitcoin SV history, the meetup is the ideal opportunity to meet new friends and develop contacts, before you share the full CoinGeek Conference experience over the following days.
With tickets still available for the conference itself, plus a limited number of spots open for the Pre-CoinGeek Conference Meetup, it’s the perfect chance to get to know BSV and the people driving the blockchain forward before the main event begins.
Click here to get tickets for the eighth CoinGeek Conference, taking place at The Sheraton, Times Square in New York City.
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