Ten years ago, the ‘genesis block’—the first on the Bitcoin blockchain—was created. The evolution of the technology continues, and now Bitcoin has been reborn as Bitcoin SV (BSV) as it is the only public blockchain and cryptocurrency that follows and preserves Bitcoin’s original design.
So how will the next 10 years of Bitcoin play out? With BSV, the answer is simple: the original Bitcoin protocol will be restored, kept stable, and allowed to massively scale. BSV aims to make Bitcoin the world’s new money used by billions of people, and the global public blockchain upon major enterprises can confidently build.
To gain more insights into the next decade in Bitcoin and blockchain, join the Pause Fest official side panel event, titled “The Future of Bitcoin,” which will be held at Stone & Chalk, 710 Collins Street, Docklands, Victoria 3008, Australia, on February 7 (6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. AEDT). Tickets to the event are A$10.
Described as “Australasia’s SXSW,” Pause Fest is the leading conference and festival of its kind in the world, one that brings together a new breed of thinkers, makers and doers. Its key ethos “is to foster respectful mutual collaborations and be a platform and unifier for the industry.”
“The Future of Bitcoin” is the Pause Fest official side event, organized in partnership with coworking.fyi and the Blockchain Centre. Key speakers who will talk about the future of Bitcoin include Founding President of bComm Association Jimmy Nguyen, Civic Ledger co-founder and CTO Lucas Cullen, Loki tech lead Kee Jefferys, and intimate.io co-founder Lean Callon-Butler.
The event will be moderated by Taylor Tran, co-founder of coworking.fyi and the Crypto Coast Convention (#CCCnoosa).
Kick off 2019 and Bitcoin’s 10th year anniversary with this notable industry panel to gain insights into how the next 10 years in Bitcoin and blockchain might play out. Get your tickets to “The Future of Bitcoin” event here.
New to Bitcoin? Check out CoinGeek’s Bitcoin for Beginners section, the ultimate resource guide to learn more about Bitcoin—as originally envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto—and blockchain.