In this interview, Jad Wahab tackles the technicalities of Bitcoin wallets, the ongoing development of BitCache, and how this latest caching layer could help users own their content.
The idea of HODL Monitor is for users to receive push notifications and quickly consume locked, on-chain content without visiting hodlocker.com or any other interface that supports locking.
sCrypt released a blog and implementation of token limit orders using Bitcoin script—an evolution of the on-chain Order Lock technology, allowing purchases of tokens and NFTs directly on-chain.
Unlike previous Bitcoin wallets, Panda Wallet, which runs on the BSV blockchain, is open-sourced, has web application APIs, and fully supports 1Sat Ordinals token.
Bitails is a blockchain explorer and API service that recently rewrote its service in preparation to "handle at least one billion transactions a day."
With the launch of hodlnet.sh, a search engine that could surpass Google and Bing, users are treated to any on-chain content that has or had any locked amount of satoshis against it.
With Relay Club 2.0 out in the market, users can now add any amount of BSV to an active NFT listing on RelayX with an additional locking feature against listing orders on-chain.
Hodlocker continues to gain traction, with over 5,000 BSV coins locked on the platform since its launch in August of 2023, but that number flatlined in October, reaching down to 5,600.
FireSats’ developer ArrorLab Arts talks about their motivations for building the wallet and thoughts about its synergy with various BSV blockchain tools.
Satoshi Nakamoto programmed Bitcoin Script to allow massive data but didn't necessarily think that large data payloads should be included; either way, he constructed Bitcoin for all types of transactions.
In this Q&A with Joshua Henslee, Dan Wagner shares how he open-sourced a non-custodial Web3 browser extension wallet with BSV blockchain and 1 Sat Ordinals support named Panda Wallet.