The inability to execute micropayments on the web creates unintended consequence of making political views and popularity as the driver of eligibility for monetization.
Dr. Craig Wright's latest blog post grills software engineers that continually seek payment for the work done to a blockchain protocol.
Recently Binance moved into mining and—to the shock of many who suffer from information asymmetry—started to process BSV too.
Hash power is the reward a node gets for having the best fitness, and the least wasted proof of work is the prize the hash operators get for choosing the node with the best array of costly signals.
BTC has no utility because software developers cannot build platforms and services with the BTC protocol.
For Bitcoin SV supporters, the crisis suggests possibilities to push forward the project in ways they were already pursuing, Charles Miller writes.
BCH has morphed into the walking dead of public blockchains, failing to gain traction and grow into the thriving global P2P cash system.
The BTC halving has set off a domino effect on block reward miners that will end with many unable to continue.
Jon Southurst reviews Unbounded Capital’s new book, which states the investment firm's decision to focus solely on the Bitcoin SV industry.