Now that the Bitcoin BCH hard fork is behind us, there are a lot of questions on what is going to happen going forward. In just over a week, cryptocurrency miners can find the answers to their questions at the CoinGeek Week conference, which will feature a day specifically for miners and mining activity.
The CoinGeek Week Conference is the perfect place to hear from thought leaders about the implications of the worlds first Bitcoin Hash War fought according to Nakamoto Consensus.
CoinGeek Week will be held in just about two weeks and, due to requests from the mining community, a new day of events has been added especially for crypto miners.
CoinGeek Week will take place from November 27-30 at The Mermaid, Puddle Dock in London, with Miners Day inaugurating the event.
The Malta Blockchain Summit opened its doors at the Intercontinental this morning, welcoming back thousands of blockchain professionals and enthusiasts from around the world.
While the main purpose of this event is to raise awareness of Malta as a blockchain-friendly jurisdiction, the Malta Blockchain Summit has also succeeded in attracting experts from Malta and beyond to talk on all things blockchain
When the August 2017 hard fork took place, it did not create a new coin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was the rebirth of Bitcoin on the original blockchain—and one that stays true to the Satoshi Vision (SV).
A day specifically for the cryptocurrency mining community will be held at the start of the conference, giving miners invaluable insight into what’s in store for the future.
The CoinGeek Week Conference Miners Day will include activities designed to help miners better understand how mining is evolving and will discuss several of the popular advancements in the Bitcoin BCH community
An initial one day event turned to three day due to consumer demand, the CoinGeek Week Conference will assemble the developers, those minds that are helping to drive new applications and use cases for Bitcoin BCH cryptocurrency.
The inaugural Block Seoul 2018 kicked off in South Korea last September 16, delivering discussions mostly centering on Korea’s crypto industry as well as blockchain technology and its footprints in certain industries, couple with a few dialogues about cryptocurrencies.