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Global Mining Leaders Summit 2019

Paul Stebbing



Global Mining Leaders Summit 2019
Source: Miner Summit 2019

A lot has taken place in the world of crypto mining this year. Bitcoin hash rate and difficulty levels have hit record highs. New companies such as Blockstream have ventured into space while existing companies have expanded their infrastructure with new facilities dedicated towards mining being developed but the biggest mining event of the year is yet to come.

Global Mining Leaders Summit 2019 will be the first English crypto mining event in China. The event will take place this October in the Sichuan province, a region which accounts for approximately half of the Bitcoin network’s hash rate worldwide.

The event is organized by mining publication MinerUPDATE. From October 12th to 14th, this exclusive event will bring together the highest caliber leaders from all sectors of the mining industry.

Attendees are limited to 300 with many top tier companies already confirmed for attendance. Keynotes and panel discussions will provide attendees with key insights into the industry. Speakers from Canaan, Slush Pool, and CoinShares will be sharing their expertise, and many more well-known mining names are scheduled to speak.

The conference provides the opportunity to connect with industry professionals who lead large mining companies globally. A mining farm tour will be organized for a number of attendees on the 14th. The trip will provide rare access to one of the most successful mining operations in the Sichuan region with a scenic detour to cultural landmarks including Mount Emei and the Leshan Buddha.

Networking opportunities will also be facilitated with dinners, cocktail parties, and exclusive meetings. Although much has happened in the mining world this year, the biggest mining partnerships, connections, and ideas are set to be formed at Global Mining Leaders Summit 2019.

Find out more details about Global Mining Leaders Summit 2019 here. You can connect with MinerUPDATE to stay up to date: Twitter and Telegram.

Disclaimer: This a paid post, and should not be treated as news/advice.

Paul is a software engineer and explored Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies during the early part of 2017. He entered the space by building his own mining rigs. He is currently a full-time member of AMBCrypto and writes about blockchain applications and cryptocurrency. You can email him at

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