My passion to see Bitcoin reach its potential lead me to write a series of pieces in an attempt to get some minds thinking rationally, to see Bitcoin succeed. This passion led me to Dr. Wright.
CoinGeek Toronto was a resounding success and there's a palpable feeling of confidence in the Bitcoin SV (BSV) ecosystem and where it’s heading.
The CoinGeek Toronto conference promises vigorous debate on issues and opportunities for BSV. For some early impressions, Charles Miller has been sampling opinions, which he sees as ranging from the visionary to the practical.
The BTC world is fighting a culture war over its development, and it’s showing the ugly side of its development culture as a result.
Paxful isn’t content to just be a successful crypto business in Africa, they want to help educate the people and grow the industry through increased adoption.
There is already a certain degree of harmonic dissonance among BCH developers, as witnessed by the discussion between Amaury Séchet and Jonathan Toomim.
Because Bitcoin SV offers unlimited possibilities, it's created a Cambrian explosion of creativity and innovation.
All the information coming out around Bitfinex seems to suggest that the price of BTC is being artificially pumped, while BSV is being held back. That might soon change.
Going by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto, after the pseudonym used by Bitcoin’s creator, the miner has grown to control close to 40% of the overall hash rate of BCHABC.
Cryptocurrencies are helping millions of Africans find a cheaper and faster alternative to legacy money transfer services, although Africans are using cryptos more for trading and speculative reasons.
Bitcoin SV is designed to be the “power everything” platform, and can scale to do everything that all other blockchain projects claim to do and far more.