CoinGenius’ Second Virtual Collective Intelligence Crypto Conference Starts Off Summer
CoinGenius’ Second Virtual Collective Intelligence Crypto Conference got underway June 25–26 to an enthusiastic reception from the blockchain and crypto community. The event, titled the Road to Mass Adoption, reviewed developments in the industry and offered attendees an introduction to CoinGenius’ advanced intelligence and analytics platform. Blockchain has come a long way since its debut in 2008 as Bitcoin’s underlying technology. And while its originator Satoshi Nakamoto remains a mystery, the technology has not, finding its way into myriad applications. For example, Spotify uses blockchain to power its attribution system, which ensures artists get paid when their music plays. IBM uses blockchain to develop logistic systems for clients. And De Beers uses the technology to keep its supply chain free from blood diamonds.
The conference featured some 60 speakers, all experts in their respective fields, which included law, fintech, AI and the securities markets. Jeremy Gardner, Mahbod Moghadam, Tron Black and Nick Saponaro were among those on the rostrum. Gardner is founder of the Blockchain Education Network, a network of cryptocurrency clubs at universities around the world. Moghadam is a co-founder of Everipedia. Black was an early employee of Tzero (t0), which issued Overstock’s cryptocurrency of the same name. And Saponaro is co-founder and lead developer of the Divi Project, which aims to make blockchain more accessible to a wide range of constituents.
Conference host CoinGenius has developed an advanced intelligence and analytics platform designed specifically for cryptocurrency traders. The platform’s sophisticated artificial-intelligence and machine-learning algorithms provide crypto traders with critical information on a real-time basis, providing them with opportunities to make sound trading decisions.