To celebrate the end of 2022, the team behind CoinGeek Conversations brings you a festive special edition: the CoinGeek Conversations Christmas Quiz. Diddy Wheldon from Women of BSV, Becky Liggero from CoinGeek and Alessio Pagani from nChain were all put through their paces by CoinGeek’s Charles Miller.
On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, nChain senior researcher Jack Davies discusses how mainstream adoption of complex, blockchain-based technologies will be driven by a killer application or implementation that will make using the internet easier.
Ole Knutli explains on this week’s episode of CoinGeek Conversations how CoinSurvey is using the scaling power of the Bitcoin SV blockchain to allow clients to offer varying amounts of money to those who take the time to answer questions.
The Centi general manager and founder of Centi tells CoinGeek Conversations the key to creating a popular, scalable product is ensuring that anyone will be able to use it, not just people who are interested in Bitcoin.
One of the partnerships that the Bitcoin Association has formed that Jad is particularly excited about is the work that it’s been doing with nChain and the IPv6 Forum, Jad Wahab tells CoinGeek Conversations.
Block Venture Studio is the new division of the Satoshi Block Dojo, the successful global blockchain incubator which has taken the Bitcoin SV world by storm since it was set up in 2021 by Craig Massey.
On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Charles Miller has re-enlisted the help of Brendan Lee to help him get to the bottom of a few key concepts on Bitcoin and how the technology actually works.
In the second CoinGeek Conversations special episodes, Sarah Higgs takes a look back at some of the best moments from the last season, featuring the biggest and boldest personalities in the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
In the first of four CoinGeek Conversations special episodes, Sarah Higgs revisit some of our favorite conversations from the last season, on the subject of Bitcoin SV’s relationship with the global economy.
Instead of making money from harvesting user data and selling it on to third parties, as so many leading technology companies do currently, NOBL will use a micropayment system.
Kumaraguru Ramanujam’s application, MoneySwipe, aims to bring down fees for sending money abroad from the current global average of 7% to just 1.5%.