The Bitcoin SV Technical Standards Committee (TSC) is shaping the technical standards that will govern the development of BSV enterprise blockchain technologies as the ecosystem continues to grow.
Now, a webinar presented by the TSC and industry body Bitcoin Association looks at the advantages of becoming involved in technical working groups, in a bid to encourage more stakeholders to have an active say on the future direction of travel for BSV standards.
The event is scheduled to take place virtually on September 16 at 2 p.m. CEST / 12 p.m. UTC. The session brings together past participants in TSC working groups to discuss their experiences collaborating with the committee, including discussions on onboarding and application, the time commitment required, and the practicalities of collaborating with others in shaping a common set of standards.
The webinar will be chaired by TSC member James Belding, the chief executive of Tokenized. Joining Belding are representatives from TAAL Distributed Information Technologies Inc. (CSE:TAAL | FWB:9SQ1 | OTC: TAALF), Elas Digital, Centi AG, and Britevue.
The panel will also feature Jonathan Aird, a startup founder, and software developer Miguel Duarte, speaking about their experiences of working with the BSV TSC working groups.
The structure of the Technical Standards Committee means anyone with a practical interest in developing for Bitcoin SV can lend their expertise and insight in a way that will help influence the standards others will build to, to help ensure greater interoperability within the BSV ecosystem.
It is also the ideal opportunity for developers to help formulate standards in their own image, to solve specific interests, and use cases relevant to their experience working with BSV blockchain.
The TSC webinar event is free to attend with registration. Sign up now to save your space.
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