More than 50 speakers are joining Bitcoin Cash this August 1st for an online conference that aims to chart a path forward towards scaling and mass adoption for the top-5 cryptocurrency.
The conference starts Saturday, August 1st at 06:00 UTC / 08:00 CEST /14:00 GMT+8 / 03:00 New York and runs for 16 hours as a YouTube livestream on the BitcoinCash.org channel at https://youtu.be/ZIhQnfAk8AU.
The organizers’ goal is to get the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem excited about building the future of Bitcoin Cash, and to celebrate BCH’s third birthday as world-scale sound money.
Speakers include: Amaury Séchet of Bitcoin ABC, Jiang Zhuoer of BTC.top, Jeffrey A. Tucker of the American Institute for Economic Research, Haipo Yang of ViaBTC, Paul Puey of Edge Wallet, Naomi Brockwell of NBTV, Stefan Rust of the SLP Foundation, Roger Ver of Bitcoin.com, Vin Armani of CoinText.io, Chris Pacia of BCHD, Matias Alejo Garcia of BitPay, Antony Zegers of Bitcoin ABC, Shammah Chancellor of Stamp Chat, Akane Yokoo of Satoshi’s Angels, Karol Trzeszczkowski of the University of Warsaw, Semyon Germanovich of Cryptophyl Exchange and Hayden Otto of BitcoinBCH.com, with more to be announced soon.
Businesses and organizations that will be represented include: BitPay, Stamp Chat, HoneyPay, Edge Wallet, Bitcoin ABC, Bitcoin.com, NBTV, CoinText.io, ViaBTC, BTC.top, the SLP Foundation, BCHD, BTC.com, CoinSpice, the Permissionless Software Foundation, Bitkan, BCH Latam, BitcoinBCH.com, BCH Ghana, InstaBitcoin.net, Zapit.io, Be.cash, Satoshi’s Angels, Cryptophyl, ivendPay, BCH Ignite, Common Fund, Coin Fugazi, Decentralized Thought and CryptoUniversity.co.za, among others.
Special guests will also be announced in the days leading up to the August 1st event by @BitcoinCashOrg on Twitter.
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About Bitcoin Cash
Bitcoin Cash is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system that aims to become sound global-scale money with fast payments, micro fees, privacy, and high transaction capacity (big blocks). In the same way that physical money, such as a dollar bill, is handed directly to the person being paid, Bitcoin Cash payments are sent directly from one person to another.
Bitcoin Cash combines gold-like scarcity with the spendable nature of cash. With a limited total supply of 21 million coins, Bitcoin Cash is provably scarce and, like physical cash, can be easily spent. Transactions are fast with transaction fees typically less than a tenth of a cent. Anyone can accept Bitcoin Cash payments with a smartphone or computer.
In 2017, the Bitcoin project and its community split in two over concerns about Bitcoin’s scalability. The result was a hark fork which created Bitcoin Cash, a new cryptocurrency considered by supporters to be the legitimate continuation of the Bitcoin project as peer-to-peer electronic cash. All Bitcoin holders at the time of the fork (block 478,558) automatically became owners of Bitcoin Cash. Unlike Bitcoin BTC, Bitcoin Cash BCH aims to scale so it can meet the demands of a global payment system. Please find more information on Bitcoin Cash at https://www.bitcoincash.org.