Founding President of Bitcoin Association Jimmy Nguyen chaired the panel discussion on BizTech on Blockchain, live from the CoinGeek Conference in Zurich.
The term “as a service” is meant to recognize the range of products and tools which are delivered to users via the internet, rather than, for example, using on-premise hardware or locally stored software.
In processing such a large amount of data online, the test proved BSV can handle much larger throughputs than it currently does.
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.
At the CoinGeek Zurich conference, a panel consisting of industry leaders in the payments sector share how their companies are using BSV to modernize operations, reach new users, reduce costs and incentivize their customers.
Day 3 of CoinGeek Zurich conference features 3rd party numerical, confirmation that BSV is tangibly greener than BTC and a robust debate between Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Nouriel Roubini and Dr. Craig Wright.
BSV is offering gaming platforms new ways to engage players while also offering developers relief from their lingering Ethereum-based headaches.
At the CoinGeek Zurich conference, nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright held a presentation about data sovereignty and BSV enterprise blockchain’s distributed fractal database capabilities.
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.
The event played host to a limited number of attendees at its physical venue in Zurich, Switzerland and was broadcasted to nearly 30,000 viewers across the world over several different platforms.