If the COPA v Wright case comes out in Dr. Craig Wright’s favor, he would likely also win the other cases on derivative rights, such as copyright and database rights.
With the evolution of technology comes the transformation of how the world processes payments, and artists and content creators have found ways to generate revenue and earn petty cash using Bitcoin.
As we observe this 15-year mark of the Bitcoin white paper, we must remain attuned to the need for continued innovation and vigilance against the forces of obfuscation and centralization in the space.
Many in the so-called "crypto" industry herald the coming of spot ETFs as the 'opening of the BTC floodgates' to the average investor, practically assuring the jump in BTC price as a result.
Hodlocker continues to gain traction, with over 5,000 BSV coins locked on the platform since its launch in August of 2023, but that number flatlined in October, reaching down to 5,600.
ETFs have been a staple of the traditional financial ecosystem since the early 1990s, with the primary purpose of offering diversification and liquidity.
This analysis explores the application of U.K. database rights in the context of ‘forking’ and blockchain technologies and examines the legal framework surrounding database rights under U.K. law.
Dr. Craig Wright explores the fundamental theories and concepts underpinning innovation management and their application to emerging technologies such as blockchain and automation technologies.
The trial of COPA v. Wright is set to start in mid-January 2024, and for the first time, the central issue of a lawsuit is the truth of Satoshi’s identity.
Amid the drama befalling the ecosystem, remember, you are either reading the opinions of a sock puppet army hell-bent on control of Bitcoin or views from a reclusive member of a seedy underground economy.
While global concerns mount over the possible threats of AI, blockchain plays a crucial role in addressing this woes, but not all blockchains are suited up to handle this.
Anders Bylund published an article called "1 Cryptocurrency to Avoid No Matter What," where he covered the typical fare of a baseline criticism of BSV while lionizing BTC's absurd governance.
Ben Armstrong, like most people, got into Bitcoin because it was an intriguing tool for internet business, but he let himself get sucked into the seedy underbelly of the ‘crypto’ economy.
Like any new market enabled by technology, micro-transactions just require a little bit of innovative thinking on our part to start to see the potential opportunities made available.
To unlock the benefits of blockchain, governments, businesses, and stakeholders must collaborate to address regulatory challenges, invest in infrastructure, and promote digital literacy.
Despite the potential of blockchain, its adoption rate in areas like Central and South Asia has yet to reach its full potential due to scalability, regulation, awareness, and governance challenges.
In the 'crypto' world, players operating a casino-style exchange are often threatened by those offering real-world utility, which explains why cartels in the ecosystem often target the BSV blockchain.
In the summary judgment, the judge in the Ripple case said that selling XRP tokens to institutional buyers constituted a sale of unregistered securities, but selling XRP tokens to the public did not.
Today, we remember the network wars and the struggles, and we celebrate the fact that amid it all, we are still here—celebrating Bitcoin's liberation from the control of the BTC Core cabal.