Bitcoin SV wins not only in technical capabilities, but judging by the metrics from February it shows that it is the most frequently used and remains the cheapest by far.
The BCH developer tax plan is bad economics and bad governance perpetrated by the bad actors who took over the BCH protocol, and it is splitting up their community—again.
In the same manner that the advent of modern banking helped initiate a European Renaissance, the real Bitcoin (BSV) shall initiate a global digital renaissance.
Since Bitcoin SV came to life, information asymmetry in the crypto sphere has reached a ludicrous level.
Before believing everything you read in an article, it's important to remember a few truths about the blockchain industry, and online media in general.
For complete clarity, Bitcoin SV has already won the protocol war. Every other blockchain is just coasting on previous success or fueled by an artificial hype cycle.
Eli Afram delves into patents and how damaging it can be, in today’s society, to reject patents altogether.
Twitter’s Bitcoin emoji has been controversial, mainly because it appears automatically when users type the Bitcoin and BTC hashtags, but not Bitcoin SV or even BCH.
Patrick Thompson takes a closer look why Bitcoin SV is the only version of Bitcoin that stays true to the Bitcoin whitepaper.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. talks about Bitcoin’s second beginning—Genesis—and why it’s been a long time coming.
Bitcoin's 700,000 transactions per day is evidence of "price manipulation" and "fake activity," according to two observers.