Blockchain is inevitable, and today, more tech companies are integrating this technology into their operations. Gignative is no different, and as its lead software engineer told CoinGeek Backstage, it is tapping into the BSV enterprise blockchain because of its industry-leading scalability, stability, and security.
Gignative is a Warsaw, Poland-based boutique technology company that offers its clients a wide range of services, from software development to product management.
CoinGeek Backstage host Becky Liggero caught up with the company’s software development manager Karol Dragan in Warsaw at the CoinGeek Bitcade, an event that brought together gamers, developers, and blockchain enthusiasts for an evening of gaming and fun.
Dragan said Gignative already has a community of experienced developers who are always on the hunt for the next big technology, a bill that blockchain certainly fits. The company is utilizing the BSV blockchain as Dragan and his team had heard nothing but praise for the network, its security, stability, low fees, and unbounded scaling.
The team would then reach out to the BSV Blockchain Association and begin its journey on Bitcoin.
So far, every praise they have heard about Bitcoin SV is true, and the network is living up to their expectation. Together with his team, Dragan will continue exploring and building on BSV.
“There’s a lot of potential [in blockchain]…we just feel this is the best time to join that community,” he said.
The CoinGeek Bitcade in Warsaw was a great success. While it’s all good to hear about the efficiency of BSV, it’s something else entirely to see it in action. Games like Haste Arcade’s ‘Jump’ and ‘Lost,’ FYX Gaming’s ‘CryptoFights’ and PowChess all showed the attendees just what the power of micro and nano-transactions could bring to the gaming world.
The Warsaw event was the second after a successful inaugural Bitcade in Miami, where even fans of other networks, including Ethereum and Solana, walked away with nothing but praise for BSV.
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