Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. snuck Bitcoin into a BTC event as he tried to teach many about Satoshi’s vision, and as he found, most people have been misguided about what Bitcoin is.
Blockchain needs to be useful. This is the main message that Jimmy Nguyen and BSV blockchain companies in attendance hammered home during the two-day AIBC Summit in Dubai.
The event, held at the University of Dubai, was a great opportunity for experts from industry, government, and academia to educate each other on how blockchain can best be deployed in the modern world.
Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright was recently at the University of Dubai, where he gave another explanation of how Bitcoin could work with IPv6 to create a more secure internet.
Future, disruptive technologies were the main focus of LEAP, precisely why there was a BSV blockchain presence at the event, both in terms of speakers and attendance.
CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. visits Las Vegas, Nevada, for the CES Tech 2022—a major tech event with some major BSV players in attendance.
All eyes were again on the BSV blockchain as the Ritossa Global Family Office Investment Summit held its 15th edition in Monaco.
Adrian Grenier from Entourage as well as model and actress Emily Ratajkowski were in attendance as hundreds of guests used the BSV enterprise blockchain to participate in a charity auction and receive NFTs in their BSV wallets.
For two consecutive days, members of the BSV delegation took to the stage to talk about the superior powers of the BSV blockchain and the power of data.
The 13th Ritossa Summit took place in Dubai from December 7-9, bringing together family offices worth over $4.5 trillion in one of the industry’s most exclusive event.
Broadcasting live from New York and London studios, with guests appearing from far and wide—CoinGeek Live 2020 was more like a TV show than previous conferences.