In addition to recalling over half a million defective vehicles, Tesla boss Elon Musk may also want to rescind his theories on Bitcoin’s origin story.
Quite literally, ads is the way the internet is monetized. This is how marketers turn your eyeballs looking at computer screens into profits. In a way, it wasn’t the internet that invented ads. Ads have always been how television monetized its programming.
This is BSV’s year, 2022. If you want to avoid the pitfalls of our current bubblicious over-priced stock market and even frothier “cryptos,” yet still invest in something with upside, focus your research gaze toward BSV-land like the Babe eye-balled the right-field bleachers.
The technology predated the practically world-changing business use cases by at least 10 years, although there is one harrowing difference in the genetics of Bitcoin that separates it from normal technological advances.
At this point, production of applications that can only be built using the Bitcoin technology are necessary for Bitcoin to succeed. Tokens and NFTs are great, but to preserve true value over time they need projects and constant innovation behind them.
Satoshi is back and is stewarding Bitcoin again. This is not about pumping the price of Bitcoin SV to a reasonable level (which might happen in and by itself from now on), but bringing order into chaos.
The story of Bitcoin is a strange manifestation of the kind of wordplay seen between Alice and Humpty Dumpty, later more formally espoused in Wittgenstein’s concern over “language-games."
Here we are at the end of 2021—was it a good year? In many ways, it was, and in many ways, it wasn't. But it was definitely a year full of major changes that will impact the blockchain industry for a long time to come.
CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian, Kurt Wuckert Jr., looks back on his eventful 2021—recounting the major highlights that happened throughout the year for him and the BSV ecosystem.
As the holidays of 2021 approach to yet another crazy year in the digital currency space, it has become quite clear how the space must mature to establish true economic legitimacy in the global economy.
With regulators taking an increasingly tight line on compliance, gambling operators are now expected to run KYC and AML checks as standard on every player, among their many legal obligations.