On March 23-25 in Tokyo Japan, the Satoshi’s Vision Conference took place with a view to promoting the worldwide adoption of bitcoin cash (BCH). The conference was the largest cryptocurrency-infused event to date and hundreds of people visited Tokyo to discuss BCH and on-chain scaling.
Satoshi’s Vision Conference Spreading Bitcoin Cash Adoption and On-Chain Scaling
The Satoshi’s Vision Conference (SVC) was a three-day event that focused entirely on the cryptocurrency and network bitcoin cash. Attendees heard from developers and figureheads within the digital currency ecosystem like Bitcoin XT lead developer Tom Harding, Nchain’s Dr. Craig Wright, Bitcoin ABC lead developer Amaury Séchet, the Yours.org network’s Ryan X Charles, Openbazaar developer Chris Pacia, SBI Bits executive Jerry Chan, and Bitcoin Unlimited’s Andrew Stone and Dr. Peter Rizun among many more special guests.
During the conference, attendees heard speakers talk about spreading BCH adoptionand the many things the community can do to bolster this activity. SVC participants also heard from developers building all sorts of projects like Turing completeness functionality, colored coins, Counterparty Cash, social networks, SPV wallets, and so much more. Outside in the exhibit halls, SVC attendees saw organizations like Antpool, the Japanese bitcoin cash wallet Yenom, the Bitcoin.com Wallet with free bitcoin cash, and the Safewords cards for mnemonic phrase security.
An Exclusive Video Series for Our Readers
In addition to the whirlwind of speakers and exhibits, Bitcoin.com hosted an interview video series with some of the SVC speakers and attendees. Our hosts Mike Malley and Jake Smith have some ‘coffee talk’ with the movers and shakers in the bitcoin cash community in which they gain more insight into their cryptocurrency visions.
You may have seen the SVC event live streamed or watched the archives of the conference talks. However, these videos below are exclusive to news.Bitcoin.com readers and the never before seen discussions have just been published to Youtube. So if you’re interested in the growing bitcoin cash environment and its emerging economy, sit back and relax with the following videos containing in-depth discussions about this technology.