BITMAIN and BITKAN are collaborating in a new event that will help bring seasoned miners and new miners together at the 2018 World Digital Mining Summit.
This event is planned to take place for three whole days, from September 21st to September 23rd, and it will be based in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The mining industry has gone through some massive changes lately, and the Bitcoin network in China still seems to be leading the way with their impressive network computing power. In fact, their mining is enough to make up over half of all of the different processes on their network. Still, due to regulations in some areas, countries including Japan, Vietnam, and Russia are picking up the work, and China may not remain in the lead for much longer. With more competition, the cryptocurrency industry is on fairly shaky ground.
Hopefully, the new needs of the industry are enough to urge miners to figure out the next breakthrough for global mining development. At the Summit, the hop is that there will be collaborators that can help with this challenge. Even if they are not performing the mining efforts themselves, there will still be many experts in the field available to discuss some of the most prominent questions that miners are asking.
According to the most recent news, there are presently 100 experts expected to be in attendance, covering over 30 regions and countries. There will also be 1,000+ attendees, including senior miners, hardware manufacturers, and more. The leaders selected were based on their expertise on mining and cryptocurrency and will predominantly discuss the challenges that the industry is up against.
Presently, the speakers planned for this event include:
- Jihan Wu, CEO of BITMAIN
- Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com
- Yu Fang, CEO of BITKAN
- Jason Zhuang, Head of BTC.com
- Lingchao Xu, Head of AntPool
- Yuan Zhang, Co-founder of DEx.top
- Olsen Su, Vice President of Bitmain & Head of Global Mining Farm, Bitmain
- Marco Streng, CEO and co-founder of Genesis Mining
- Sean Walsh, CEO of HyperBlock
- Batyr Hydyrov, CEO and Founder of Uminers
- Dmitry Ozersky, Managing Partner of Electro.Farm
Anyone that goes to this conference will be able to get a new perspective and helpful insight into succeeding in the mining industry. They will have multiple discussions going on regarding:
- Challenges of the market, like the volatility of the market and the constant pressure of meeting the needs of the mining industry
- Communication and how important it is to maintain clear correspondence on a platform and within these actions
Presently, Tbilisi is the largest city in Georgia, and it has happened to become a leader for Bitcoin and blockchain in the region. More so, the impressive progress within the area has made it possible to exchange the local currency with Bitcoin and Litecoin. Right now, there is no opportunity to trade with other tokens.
There are multiple analysts for the market that believe that mining will elicit more interest in the next few years, which is giving the opportunity for other talents to grow as well. To learn more details about this summit, visit the official website.