The CoinGeek Week conference is in full swing in London and all of those who are in attendance are experiencing an exciting chance to see what is going on with Bitcoin SV and the entire crypto ecosystem.
The one good thing that has come out of the recent so-called BCH hash war is that the original Bitcoin is back—now in the form of Bitcoin SV (Satoshi Vision).
The BCH Boys sat down with Ryan X. Charles ahead of the conference to get his insight on a number of issues, including mining and scaling, among others.
The BCH Boys sat down with Dr. Craig Wright to talk about the “permissionless” state of Bitcoin and the scalability issue that has been so prominent in the Bitcoin BCH ecosystem lately.
On Day 1 of CoinGeek Week, the BCH Boys sat down with the Tokenized team, who have made tokenization on the Bitcoin chain a reality.
As the crypto economy develops, there are opportunities for entrepreneurs to provide services at all stages of the business process. Daniel Lipshitz, an Israeli startup founder, spotted a niche and has built a company around it.
As the Internet is for information, so blockchain will be for commerce. That’s the vision of James Belding, whose smart contract protocol, recently won a £5 million CoinGeek competition, and who is featured in the first of a new CoinGeek podcast series.
The company that surpassed $100 million in cryptocurrency converted into real world items, will have a big announcement at the CoinGeek Week Conference.
Joannes Vermorel, founder of quantitative supply chain Lokad, talks about how the Terab project’s main goal is to make the word UTXO challenge so boring that people wouldn’t even describe it as a challenge anymore.
Asia-facing cryptocurrency exchange BitAsiaEx is giving its users the opportunity to have their skin in the hash game ahead of the scheduled Bitcoin Cash (BCH) protocol upgrade on November 15.
Ahead of the CoinGeek Week Conference in London in November, Dr Craig Wright, chief scientist at the research company nChain, told us what his message will be to the conference.