BitQ&A seems like a perfect use-case for Bitcoin where micropayments are possible, and that's probably why BitQ&A was one of the three finalists in the second Bitcoin Association Virtual Hackathon.
A startup called Bitboss has developed software that will sit inside the machines and allow gamblers to collect their winnings on their phones.
Rather than follow a traditional VC-led funding round, unwriter opted for "mass syndication" because he was already receiving unsolicited investment interest.
BitQ&A is similar to Quora and Stack Exchange in that it allows people to ask questions and receive answers from those in the know. The difference lies in the platform’s incentive model.
At launch, users of the RelayX wallet, Money Button and Relay's ONE button in several countries can send BSV deposits to FloatSV and OKEx in under two minutes.
The investment platform is on an expansion spree, making acquisitions and diversifying its portfolio.
Alan Borger describes Agora as “a public square for the 21st century,” helping producers and consumers of data and skills interact more directly and reward contribution more effectively.
Chief Marketing Officer Ivy Dang explains the basic concept of the CityonChain platform and value that Bitcoin SV gives to "city owners."
Hive explores how Bitcoin SV can be used to create new collaborative systems beyond what has been seen to date, and beyond the core payments functionality of BSV.
Bitcoin Association, Jimmy Nguyen, took some time out for a one-on-one chat with CoinGeek’s Stephanie Tower about how Bitcoin SV (BSV) is revolutionizing the entire industry.
Speaking on the sidelines of the inaugural Pitch Day in Seoul, Xiaohui Liu said more startups should be pitching ideas to investors in order to get their ideas off the ground, at a time of increasing investor interest in Bitcoin SV innovation.