The Bitcoin SV ecosystem debates endlessly consumer vs prosumer vs enterprise adoption—but the reality is after 12 years Bitcoin still hasn't had a breakout app, Brad Jasper writes.
Bitcoin has been furiously stifled by a brutal civil war for about five years now, waged by professional social engineers from some of the most powerful companies in the social media space.
Enterprises bring Venture Capital attention and capital to the industry, creating more and more competitive capital raising options for all startups.
For Bitcoin to grow, it needs a constant influx of new blood, new talent and pleasant interactive environments, Steve Shadders writes.
The only network with a commitment to massive scale which can actually achieve it by being a cash-like system is Bitcoin SV, Jack Laskey writes.
Money Button CEO Ryan X. Charles summarizes the 10-part Theory of Bitcoin interview he had with Bitcoin inventor Dr. Craig Wright.
In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright explores why bullshit—or nonsense—is a tool that can be used in a conversation to confuse or even persuade the reader.
The digital currency ecosystem has a problem, and that problem shows in DeFi, Patrick Thompson writes.
No matter how much it is stated that BSV is capable of executing tokens faster, cheaper and more reliably it does not matter until one of these platforms is used, Joshua Henslee writes.
Digital currency debit and credit cards are not what the world needs to catalyze digital currency adoption, Patrick Thompson writes.
There’s no reason to devote time and money into building a layer two solution for BTC or Ethereum since Bitcoin SV already exists.