The World Digital Mining Summit 2018 Is About to Begin! BitKan and Bitmain Join to Kickstart a New Era
From September 21st to 23rd, the 2018 World Digital Mining Summit, jointly hosted by BITMAIN and BITKAN, will take place in Tbilisi, Georgia.
In today’s global cryptocurrency mining industry, China’s Bitcoin network computing power has taken the lead, easily accounting for half its total activity. However, with mining gradually attracting attention in other countries such as Japan, Vietnam, Russia etc., China is facing challenges from international forces. As cryptocurrency mining competition grows fiercer, the industry’s future direction becomes more uncertain.
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This prompts the question: Where is the next breakthrough in global mining development? Top experts from the cryptocurrency mining industry worldwide will soon give answers to the questions everyone is asking.
The 2018 World Digital Mining Summit
Summit organizers have invited nearly 100 top experts from more than 30 countries and regions, including China, the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, and elsewhere. There will be more than 1,000 other participants, among them senior miners, mining hardware manufacturers, mining pools and hashpower owners.
These visionary and innovative leaders from the global mining industry, which organizers selected as the greatest authorities on the topic, will gather together to explore the development of cryptocurrency mining and explore the challenges and opportunities facing the industry today.
Experts From Around the World
The World Digital Mining Summit (2018) has invited cryptocurrency and blockchain experts from all over the world, including:
- Jihan Wu, BITMAIN CEO
- Roger Ver, Bitcoin.com CEO
- Yu Fang, BITKAN CEO
- Jason Zhuang, Head of BTC.com
- Lingchao Xu, Head of AntPool
- Yuan Zhang, DEx.top co-founder
- Olsen Su, Vice President of Bitmain & Head of Global Mining Farm, Bitmain
- Marco Streng, Genesis Mining CEO and co-founder
- Sean Walsh, HyperBlock CEO
- Batyr Hydyrov, Uminers CEO and Founder
- Dmitry Ozersky, Electro.Farm Managing Partner
Expect to receive new insights on the cryptocurrency mining industry from these leading figures, as they conduct extensive discussions and exchange ideas on the latest topics concerning cryptocurrency mining.
Here’s a sample of the topics they’ll cover:
I) Challenges and opportunities coexist as this billion dollar market awaits further exploration
With the transition of cryptocurrency mining from the CPU era to the GPU era, FPGU era and ASIC era, we have witnessed the evolution of mining machine chip production from generation to generation. The strategic value of cryptocurrency mining has grown beyond imagination, and global mining competition has entered a fiery stage. However, as the price of cryptocurrency keeps fluctuating, the market is still highly volatile, and the pressure to challenge the global cryptocurrency mining industry will continue to rise.
According to statistics, the cryptocurrency mining industry has now formed a market cap of 100 billion CNY worldwide. A situation is gradually forming with large international players seeking to join in. Is it a mutually beneficial, and “win-win” situation? This is an important turning point for the global cryptocurrency mining industry, and it is also an opportunity for co-operation among miners.
II) Strong communication and information exchange is the strongest driving force for the global mining industry
The World Digital Mining Summit (2018) is able to bring together many mining elites, as well as the influence and appeal of the organizers in the industry. Founded in 2013, Bitmain is the world’s leading company producing bitcoin mining machines, custom chips and operating mining pools. In August 2018, Bitmain received $1 billion in Pre-IPO financing and plans to build a $500 million blockchain data center and mining facility in Texas as part of its expansion into the U.S. market.
Another joint organizer, BitKan, is one of the world’s leading providers of blockchain and digital asset services. Since 2012, BitKan has provided industry users with stable industry information, real-time market data and mining monitoring, wallet services and other functions, with millions of global users. Its new feature “K Site” is a vital content creation network for the blockchain and digital asset industry. Today, it has become an equal and free digital currency vertical content community platform, tapping into BitKan’s global brand and influence.
Tbilisi: A Regional Center for Blockchain Technology
The World Digital Mining Summit 2018 is happening in Tbilisi — the capital and largest city of Georgia; also the country’s political, economic, cultural and educational center. Georgia has become a regional leader in the use of bitcoin and blockchain technology. The world’s first cryptocurrency terminal was born in Tbilisi, providing an opportunity to exchange Lari (Georgia’s national currency) with Bitcoin and Litecoin.
From the joint efforts of many industries that have grown since, this global mining summit will certainly have a whole new spark to it.
Several market analysts predict cutting-edge innovation and competition in the mining industry will continue to heat up in the next few years. In addition to strong support from the macro level, many up-and-coming talents are constantly accelerating and upgrading.
The global mining industry needs to be integrated and developed. The World Digital Mining Summit (2018) lasts for three days, and insights will be shared unreservedly to all participants.
Experts and industry leaders will discuss the current state of the global mining industry, ways to attain new breakthroughs, and new opportunities for industry development.
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Official name: 2018 Global Digital Currency Eco-Industry Chain Summit – World Digital Mining Summit 2018
Time: September 21st to 23rd, 2018
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
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