CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. shares his what went down at the whirlwind three-day event that is the CoinGeek Zurich conference.
The event, sponsored by Bitcoin Association in partnership with nChain, has a total prize pool of US$100,000 and will run until July 26, 2021, when an expert judging panel will decide three finalists.
The CoinGeek Conference in Zurich features over 111 speakers, with more than 100 hours of content over the three-day event—generating over 4 million accumulated views across all platforms.
On Day 2 of the CoinGeek Conference in Zurich, there was a significant focus on government, law, iGaming, advertising, banking, finance, and the environment.
Day 3 of the CoinGeek Conference in Zurich promises to be even more action-packed, with panels talking the future of digital assets, artificial intelligence on Bitcoin, blockchain-as-a-service, media perception of Bitcoin and more.
June 8 was the very first day of the CoinGeek Zurich conference, the first CoinGeek conference of 2021 and the 7th CoinGeek conference to ever take place.
After an action-packed first day at CoinGeek Zurich which focused on the BSV enterprise blockchain and how it’s transforming payments, healthcare, supply chains and more, Day 2 will delve into NFTs, tokenized assets, blockchain law and more.
Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen gave his usual enthusiastic introduction, showcasing the BSV network's features that will create a new economy from today's most valuable commodity.
What’s the difference between the recently held BTC conference in Miami and the CoinGeek Conference in Zurich? Plenty, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Organizers of the CoinGeek Conference in Zurich this week are giving away a limited-edition "Nakamoto" watch by Franck Muller to one lucky online attendee.
On the subject of “BSV Blockchain: Ignite the Power of Data,” the virtual event comes live from the heart of European finance, now a hotbed for innovation and growth within the blockchain sector.