CoinGeek London 2020 Blockchain Conference Features Global Speaker Lineup of Business & Technology Leaders
Keynote speakers are Wall Street strategist Tom Lee and Best-Selling Author & Economist George Gilder
LONDON, Jan. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Last held in London in November 2018, the CoinGeek Conference returns to London at the popular Old Billingsgate venue February 20-21. Over 40 business and technology leaders from around the world will take the stage to discuss the future of blockchain technology. The conference will highlight the stunning growth of the Bitcoin SV (BSV) ecosystem, the fastest growing blockchain ever, and its ability to enable enterprise applications for banking, gaming, social media, supply chain, healthcare, artificial intelligence and more industry sectors.
Headlining the event are two renowned keynote speakers:
Thomas Lee is a Managing Partner and the Head of Research at Fundstrat Global Advisors. He is an accomplished Wall Street strategist with over 25 years
of experience in equity research, and has been top ranked by Institutional Investor every year since 1998. Prior to co-founding Fundstrat, he served most recently as J.P. Morgan's Chief Equity
Strategist from 2007 to 2014. He is a frequent speaker on CNBC, Bloomberg News and Fox Business News.
- George Gilder is a famed economist, writer, investor and technology visionary. Gilder is the best-selling author of Wealth & Poverty, Knowledge & Power, The Israel Test, The Scandal of Money, and Life After Google. He will speak about "Fixing Ponzi Money and Porous Internet with Satoshi's Blockchain."
Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) is the only blockchain project that adheres to Satoshi Nakamoto's original protocol and design for Bitcoin to become a peer-to-peer electronic cash system and global data ledger for enterprise. With its massive scaling, greater data and microtransaction capabilities, BSV can now enable a world where data, transactions and digital activity of all types can be "on-chain" on a single public blockchain, just like the world operates online on a single public Internet. Along with Gilder, other speakers at CoinGeek London will discuss how Bitcoin technology can actually improve the Internet: