No other digital coin other than BSV creates a standard format for transactions that can change how we do worldwide computing, John Pitts writes.
Blockchain is set to have a revolutionary impact on the iGaming sector, not least on account of remote gaming servers and the way they help deliver a better experience, for operators and their customers.
The court is the perfect venue for resolving disputes, particularly those involving allegations of fraud or, on the other side of the coin, libel. Why, then, are all of Dr. Wright’s critics so keen to avoid it?
Of the top 10 applications sending data to the BSV blockchain, only one of them represents a trading platform of any kind—most are games, social networks, and technical tools.
It was only a matter of time before bigwigs in the digital currency space started to wake up to what Dr. Craig Wright and other voices in BSV blockchain have been telling them all along.
Two main themes emerge in the final episode in the ten-video “Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper”: it’s impractical to try to cheat the system, and Bitcoin is first and foremost an economic system.
Unbounded Capital’s Zach Resnick is devoting the next decade of his life to growing the Bitcoin ecosystem—here’s why.
What looks like a progressive, innovative move at first glance is actually riddled with drawbacks that will most likely prevent BTC from being used as intended by El Salvador President Nayib Bukele.
The number of laypeople pouring their money into ‘crypto’ is growing exponentially, lured in by fantasies of overnight wealth and the false idea that BTC’s 300% gains over the past year can only continue.
After speaking at CoinGeek Zurich, Nassim Nicholas Taleb released a draft copy of his own thoughts about blockchain-based systems of money, and requested feedback from the Twitterverse.
If anyone suggests Bitcoin is transforming the world rather slowly, Dr. Craig Wright always says he’s not worried: he thinks long-term and will never give up.