Aside from the point that this transaction alone is bigger than the small blocks on competing Bitcoin forks, this shows how utilizing the blockchain properly can provide a long-term source of revenue for miners even after the block subsidy has diminished.
BSV entrepreneur and developer Ryan X. Charles has introduced OpenSPV, a standardized way to implement SPV in Bitcoin services that saves time, disk space and money.
On day 1 of CoinGeek New York, Kurt Wuckert Jr. moderated a panel discussion on “BSV vs. Other Blockchains: Differences that Matter for Developers & Businesses.”
Zhejiang province authorities have been clamping down on illegal mining operations in government entities, screening more 4,600 IP addresses and nabbing 184 individuals.
Russia’s energy minister has proposed changes that could see block reward miners pay more for electricity than households as the industry grows rapidly.
Lise Li, head of BSV Hub – China, provided an overview of BSV development in China and what’s next for the technology in the country on day 3 of CoinGeek New York.
Xiaohui Liu, founder and CEO of Scrypt, discusses how smart contracts can benefit businesses and outlines the company's products in his presentation at the CoinGeek Conference in New York.
The government of Australia has come up with a new plan to combat increasing ransomware attacks, including allowing seizure and freezing of digital currencies by authorities.
Fung described MetaID as a tool for decentralized identity management, which has been responsible for users uploading large files to the BSV blockchain in recent months.
Kal Suurkask, the chief commercial officer at TAAL, explained the company’s approach to ushering in the future of blockchain transaction processing.
AUC proposed Link Global to pay an economic disgorgement of roughly CAD 2 million for financial gains from unlawful electricity production.