CoinGeek NYC Kicks Off Tuesday

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C Costigan
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CoinGeek founder Calvin Ayre was among the hundreds arriving to paricipate in this week's much anticipated CoinGeek Times Square. is here through the week covering this prestigious event.   It is not to late to sign up here for remote attendance (live in-person has already met the 500-person cap)

The event will feature the latest developments on the BSV Blockchain with Tuesday's agenda to include a number of operators in the online gaming space.

The 8th  CoinGeek Conference will welcome, in person and virtually, a diverse spread of speakers both in terms of area of expertise and geographically. BSV Blockchain is the world’s largest public blockchain by all major utility metrics; data storage and daily transaction volume, scaling ability and average block size, recently breaking all records by mining a 2GB block.

A look down from our hotel room at the Sheraton Times Square as the city is coming back to life with the pandamic hopefully winding down

Founding President of the Bitcoin Association, Jimmy Nguyen, admits organizing this live conference has not been an easy task during the pandemic. 

“It’s exciting—yet painful—because of COVID challenges with travel,” Jimmy says.

Since the start of the pandemic in 2020, global lockdown restrictions have prevented many from traveling in and out of their countries, but CoinGeek’s organizers haven’t let that interrupt their conference schedule and have now evolved a hybrid format combining in person and specially designed online experiences.   Some of the presenters will be appearing remotely.

Being able to work on both those facets of an event at once has been “the silver lining in this cloud of COVID,” Jimmy said. 

All those visiting New York City must show proof of vaccination in order to enter most public establishments including restaurants, bars and show venues.

The event will be livestreamed on CoinGeek’s YouTube channel where audiences around the world can conveniently tune in to enjoy the show.

It is not to late to sign up here for remote attendance

- Chris Costigan, Founder

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