Events 4 April 2018

Leonard Postrado

London Bitcoin Cash Conference 2018 celebrates Satoshi’s vision

They say ideas become valuable when shared with other people. Satoshi Nakamoto did this several years ago when he poured his ideas into a white paper and introduced Bitcoin to the world. If not for Satoshi’s vision, the world is without Bitcoin—particularly Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

In keeping with the tradition of sharing ideas, Cryptartica has organized the London Bitcoin Cash Conference 2018 to explore the future of Bitcoin BCH. The conference, which is sponsored by Bitcoin Cash Fund and Bitcoin.com, will take place at the IDEALondon on April 25 (6 p.m.-10 p.m.).

Cryptartica said the event’s goal is “to bring together any BCH merchants, users, and enthusiasts in order to nurture the local community.” The London Bitcoin Cash Conference is packed with notable speakers that will contribute to the discussion on the further developments of Bitcoin BCH.

Among the speakers during the one-day conference is James Howells, founder of MiniPOS. The early Bitcoin adopter made headline in 2013 when he lost a hard drive containing the private key to over 7,500 BTC. Now, he’s making headlines with MiniPOS server, an in-store POS solution for the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.

Also speaking at the event is Cryptartica co-founder Ricardo Sancho. Sancho, who has followed Bitcoin since 2011, is considered to be one of the driving force behind Bitcoin BCH in London, co-organizing small, cozy group meeting in London that is dedicated to the crypto.

Meanwhile, Alex Fauvel, fundamental analyst at Cyber Capital, will sit on the panel to share his knowledge on cryptocurrency investment, while LivQuick Founder and CEO MohitLavlani will delve into the topic of simplifying payments for merchants and consumers in an increasingly digital world.Delegates will also hear stories from EatBCH founder Jose M. on how his company was able to collect BCH donations to help feed Venezuelans who can no longer pay for food themselves.

Aside from panel discussion, the event will also have Bitcoin Cash merchandise treasure hunt and raffles throughout the night. Tickets to the one-day conference cost £6 if paid with cash, and £4 if paid with Bitcoin Cash.

To see the full list of London Bitcoin Cash Conference 2018 speakers and register for the event, visit the official website.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BSV is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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