The day gets underway with opening remarks from Bitcoin Foundation Founding President Jimmy Nguyen, on Making Bitcoin Easy to Use for Everyone. Nguyen is joined by Alex Agut and Rafa Jiménez Seibane of HandCash to look at how Bitcoin SV (BSV) is to become more usable in payments for mainstream consumer markets.
Nguyen is then joined by John Brackens (Esports Entertainment Group) Adam Kling (Kronoverse) and Rahul Sood (Unikrn) to look at esports and the role of BSV in improving the emerging esports industry thanks to its capacity for mass scale.
Cashless casinos and iGaming is the focus of the session immediately afterwards, where Nguyen is joined by Matthew Dickson, co-founder & CEO of BitBoss; Ed Andrewes, CEO of Resorts Digital Gaming; Stephen Crystal, CEO of SCCG Management; and Eric Bowers, VP of Architecture & Innovation at Boyd Gaming.
The iGaming theme extends into the next session titled ‘iGaming Future: How the Bitcoin Blockchain Can Power More Efficiency and Transparency Across the Industry’s Value Chain’, with a new lineup featuring Phillip Runyan (CEO, Hold Gaming) and Sam Brown (COO, Hero Gaming) among others to discuss how BSV is shaping the future of online gambling.
Intellectual property is next on the agenda with a look at how BSV is securing IP rights, before a live Q&A from Switzerland, focusing on the successes of the country’s Crypto Valley in Zug. This leads in perfectly to the first keynote speech of the day from Dr. Craig S. Wright.
The afternoon looks increasingly at issues of compliance, with a session on KYC on the blockchain, before tools and tips for global compliance for digital currency businesses. This is followed by a session on investing in BSV businesses, before the winners of the 3rd Bitcoin SV Hackathon are announced.
The event culminates in a keynote from economist and writer George Gilder on whether Bitcoin can save the Internet, and the function of money.
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