Bitcoin Association announces: North America Ambassadors to enhance growth of Bitcoin SV

On the back of the recent appointments of its APAC and European Ambassadors, the Bitcoin Association is pleased to unveil its advocates for the USA and Canada.

As the fastest growing blockchain ever, Bitcoin SV (BSV) application development has exploded globally, to take advantage of BSV’s greater data capacity and micropayments capability. Growing usage has led BSV’s average block sizes and average transaction per block count to regularly surpass BTC. Why? BSV is the only project that adheres to the original design of Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto. In short, BSV is Bitcoin. 

Bitcoin Association President Jimmy Nguyen comments: “With BSV, we are finally able to show the business world what blockchain technology can really do to help any enterprise, large or small. Now, we are focusing more resources into specific geographic regions to educate and, indeed, demonstrate, what BSV can do today. Our Ambassadors are leaders in their country’s blockchain and technology industries, and their knowledge will further enhance BSV’s development as the global enterprise blockchain.”


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Ryan X. Charles: Founder & CEO of Money Button, which is a simple payments solution for websites and apps. It includes support for micropayments, smart contracts, and blockchain data storage.  Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Money Button also operates, a social network powered by Bitcoin SV micropayments that allows content creators to easily earn BSV. Ryan has been developing applications for Bitcoin since 2011, and is one of Bitcoin’s leading voices.  

Billy Rose: Co-Founder & CMO of, an ad-free social media application where you own your data.  Twetch is built on BSV and seeks to be the interface to Bitcoin.  He is a native New Yorker, obsessed with turning everything he touches into a work of art.

For more on BSV, you can visit or to get a feel of what BSV can do for your business, come to the next major BSV conference in London, February 20-21, 2020.

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