No matter the price, everyone building on BSV at the moment will still build on it despite the price action because BSV blockchain offers functions that are still there if the price goes up or down.
George Gilder has given plenty of keynote speeches on previous CoinGeek Conferences, but the recent New York event for him is different since BSV now manifests millions of daily transactions.
George Gilder praised BSV in a presentation at the Six Predictions Summit, pointing out the key reasons why investors should adopt BSV as the solution to today's crises in the economic and technological worlds.
Economist and writer George Gilder expressed his admiration for Dr. Craig Wright, the inventor of Bitcoin and the person behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.
CoinGeek’s Natalie Mason, Charles Miller, Kurt Wuckert Jr and Bitcoin Association’s Patrick Prinz close out the year in this special CoinGeek Conversations episode.
In the first episode of CoinGeek Backstage, Kurt Wuckert Jr. sits down with Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen, while Patrick Thompson interviews tech visionary George Gilder.
His solo presentation led right into the closing presentation of the evening and aside from Jimmy’s synchronized closing montage, it would be the final memory of CoinGeek Live 2020.
Craig’s virtual entrance via London saw him appear on the big screen donning a pinstriped, vested suit with a large, gold clip holding back a deep blue tie—wrapped in full Windsor. His opening phrase was a sharp criticism of socialism, the desire for equal outcomes and how the foolishness of our generation would return us to “living in caves” if we don’t simply give over tribal power to fiat chiefs in the process! Dr. Wright was in true form, and laid it all out for the watching audience.
The conversation quickly shifted to a discussion of sound money, and the history of gold as a comparison to the “one chain” ethos of Bitcoin SV. Contrary to the strawman that Bitcoin SV has devolved or hyper-focused on data-heavy “Metanet” use cases to the detriment of sound money, the conversation took a strong position in no uncertain terms about bitcoin as the global currency for the future. True to form, both men also acknowledged the inevitable merging of money and data going forward.
“Money is a measuring stick for reality, and there’s only a single reality, and so one chain makes sense.” - George Gilder
The carbon economy
After a brief anecdote about all three hackathon finalists, and the change in security models that come with a true P2P Bitcoin underpinning all things, Gilder went on a tear about the emerging carbon economy replacing silicon in such a way where machines cooperate with humanity rather than the typical dystopian tropes of an automated future which have become the basis of nearly all Sci-Fi stories. Admittedly, this premise deserved to be researched in its own right, but the conversation merged seamlessly into a discussion of AI.
Wright reiterated a point that we have heard from him before: that machines are not intelligent, but merely tools under a directive. The bright spot of his speech on the topic was when he illustrated the false dichotomy of man vs machine because truly the most effective participant in reality is that man and machine who cooperate as a team! Gilder agreed—citing his soon-to-be-released book.
The fixed supply! And other disagreements
Returning viewers of previous CoinGeek Conferences may recall the gasps from the crowd in London as Gilder argued strongly with Wright on the merits of fixed value rather than fixed supply. The men staunchly disagreed on stage, and a valuable conversation sprung from it. But it arose again in New York! Gilder doubled down stating that the supply of money must expand as minds and economies expand and pointed out the problems that the fixed supply has caused: hoarding for speculation. Craig clearly disagreed, and Jimmy even interceded with a fair point about tokenization—presumably of other assets, but also the only truly scarce asset: time!
Gilder is famous for saying that “time price” is the only metric that matters to an economy. While seemingly a deep thought worthy of more discussion, Jimmy dug right for the next question about data ownership. Wright made the point about big data companies owning your data, and Gilder warned everyone not to become too granular or add unnecessary steps to overcomplicate the data that should truly be owned. As the conversation came to a close, it became obvious that while both men clearly respect each other for their mutual expertise, they are also quite happy to disagree with one another on the finer points. It is important to note that, amid the disagreements, both men disagreed well. They clarified their points respectfully and in a way which would allow the viewer to make their own decisions.
Wright thanked Gilder for teaching him that “everything is economic” which informed his worldview about game theoretics across bitcoin while also giving him a new lens through which to compute all human interaction. Gilder was happy to laugh and give Wright credit for being the “OG Futurist,” letting us all know that Craig would be mentioned quite a bit in his new book.
All in all, the conversation was short but informative; respectful but challenging, and both men clearly enjoyed their time on stage to close out the conference!
Watch George Gilder’s keynote speech and fireside chat with Dr. Craig Wright and Jimmy Nguyen.
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George Gilder’s presentation led right into the closing presentation of the evening and aside from Jimmy’s closing montage, it would be the final memory of CoinGeek Live 2020.
Acclaimed economist and technology visionary George Gilder was interviewed by Brian Rose and it was aired on London Real TV recently.
The sixth CoinGeek Conference will be held from September 30 to October 2, 2020. It will highlight the rapid growth of the Bitcoin SV ecosystem which now boasts of over 420 known projects and ventures globally. With the projects spanning several sectors including gaming and healthcare to banking and artificial intelligence, BSV has finally fulfilled Satoshi’s vision of a world that runs on Bitcoin.
Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen, who is hosting the CoinGeek Live conference, explains how the event—now with a new format—brings together experts from "different industries and disciplines."
“It’s exciting to see so many prominent figures from different industries and disciplines already confirmed to be taking part in our exciting new format for CoinGeek New York,” said Nguyen.
“Our vision is for a world with one global public ledger, one blockchain – and that is Bitcoin SV. Bringing together leaders from all of these different spaces will demonstrate not just what is possible with Bitcoin SV, but help everyone better understand what we need to do in order to achieve that potential.”
CoinGeek Live New York promises to be the best one yet and is set to attract some of the world’s most renowned leaders in technology, finance and beyond. One of the keynote speakers will be Tom Lee, the co-founder and managing partner at Fundstrat Global Advisers.
Lee is one of Wall Street’s most renowned personalities, with over 25 years’ worth of experience working with the top financial firms in the United States. Prior to co-founding Fundstrat, he was J.P Morgan’s Chief Equity Strategist for seven years.
American economist, writer and investor George Gilder will also take the stage. Gilder is a New York Times best-selling author of several books including ‘Wealth and Poverty,’ ‘The Israel Test,’ ‘The Scandal of Money,’ and ‘Life After Google.’ Being a technology visionary, he predicted many of today’s trends decades ago, including the demise of the broadcast-model television with the rise of the Internet.
Dr. Craig Wright will grace the event to discuss the use of the Bitcoin network for outsourced computation to power a new future for computing and cloud systems. Joining Dr. Wright is Maxthon founder Jeff Chen, who will talk about the Maxthon 6 beta launch and NBDomain, a domain registry and user ID system for blockchain-based internet.
The CoinGeek Live Conference in New York comes at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has limited travel. However, the event will be catered for global audiences through a livestream, which you can sign up for here.
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The CoinGeek Live conference will take place on Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2020 in New York, highlighting the rapid growth of the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
Last held in London (Feb 2020), the 6th CoinGeek Conference debuts in New York after visits to Hong Kong, Seoul and Toronto.
George Gilder tackled two of the problems that the world economy faces: the collapse of internet security and the scandal of money.