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The future is bright for blockchain and Bitcoin Cash — join us for an evening with nChain in Cardiff on Oct 4th

Dr Cerian Jones

By Dr Cerian Jones


Where can blockchain technology take us in the future? Certainly, the possibilities seem limitless — not only for cryptocurrency, but also since such a powerful new data network has the potential to revolutionise our world in all sorts of innovative ways.

This is what we’ll be discussing in Cardiff on the 4th of October, as UDL IP hosts an evening with nChain CEO, Jimmy Nguyen and Chief Scientist, Dr. Craig Wright, (register here) who has been involved with Bitcoin since the beginning. nChain Limited is a global leader in the research and development of blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies, and an ardent advocate of Bitcoin Cash (BCH). In early 2018, ‘The Bitcoin Patent Report’ named nChain as the world's largest filer of patent applications related to blockchain technologies — and we at UDL are very proud to support nChain's patent portfolio.

To mark nChain’s visit to Wales, we wanted to do something special. So, we’ve translated the original 2008 Satoshi Nakamoto white paper, ‘Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System’ into Welsh — we think you’ll agree that this paper is truly groundbreaking in any language!


You can download the Welsh translation of the white paper here.

After costs, all proceeds from the event will go to our charity of the year, Mind. So it’s all for a great cause! Find out more about Mind and mental health here.

We hope to see you in Cardiff on the 4th of October — you can view the evening's agenda and buy tickets here.

And to keep up with our event updates, follow us on Twitter at @UDL_IP.

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