Jimmy Nguyen, founding president of the bComm Association, was on hand at Faiā's "The Great Reset" event in Singapore, to explain why Bitcoin SV exists and what it has accomplished, as well as the story behind “the great reset.”
Now on its second year, the Japan Blockchain Conference continued to open the doors of Japan for investors and organizations from around the globe venturing into the crypto and the blockchain space.
nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright was in Yokohama for the recently concluded Japan Blockchain Conference 2019 and spoke about technical inventions and enterprise uses for the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
Bitcoin SV has now opened up a whole new world of uses and is set to become the world’s data network and storage carrier after a single, no- hard-fork-needed change within the Bitcoin blockchain protocol was made last week.
What does the future of blockchain hold? That was the overall theme of the Blockchain Convergence Summit: Chain Plus in Seoul, South Korea.
Founding President of the bComm Association Jimmy Nguyen laid out what’s in store for Bitcoin SV, the only cryptocurrency and public blockchain that adheres to the original Satoshi white paper, protocol and vision.
Bitcoin Jeepney, the project promoting the original Bitcoin—now reborn as Bitcoin SV—in the Philippines, rang in the New Year by going for a spin around the busy streets of Manila.
More than 2,000 delegates from around the world are expected to attend Chain Plus+ Korea, one of the most influential blockchain summit and conference in South Korea.
To gain more insights into the next decade in Bitcoin and blockchain, join the Pause Fest official side panel event, titled “The Future of Bitcoin,” which will be held on February 7.
New marketing and consulting firm Faiā has organized a night of in-depth talks around the future of blockchain as part of its Singapore launch on February 1. The Great Reset will bring together leaders in the crypto and blockchain space to answer questions like why on-chain scaling must happen sooner than later.
After a successful inaugural round in Tokyo last year, the Japan Blockchain Conference (JBC) is making its way to Yokohoma this January—and over 150 cryptocurrency and blockchain companies from around the world have signed up to participate.