A new technique called Ordinals, which permits NFTs to transact directly on the BTC blockchain, raised some eyebrows in the BTC community and has several calling for a ban on the tokenized assets.
Unbounded Capital projected that 2023 will be the year that a particular app—an existing one or one that hasn't been developed yet—built on the BSV blockchain will have its breakthrough.
This week on CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, Kurt Wuckert Jr. talked to Daniel Krawisz of POW.CO—a well-known figure in the BSV ecosystem and a true old-school Bitcoiner.
The third session of Dr. Craig Wright's Bitcoin Masterclass Day 1 revolves around real-life examples of how to make the Bitcoin blockchain more useful and the use cases for confidentiality.
It's estimated that the firm will cut 330 jobs, mostly in its marketing department, giving some insight into how industry insiders view the growth prospects of exchanges in the near-term future.
Latif Ladid talks to CoinGeek Backstage about a project close to his heart—food supply chain—and how blockchain could be a key to improving the sector and aiding countries in tackling food scarcity.
In this ebook, Bryan Daugherty addresses numerous myths about public blockchains, the misunderstandings surrounding this technology, and why it's more secure than private, permissioned blockchains.
SmartLedger's Dr. Eva Porras recounts with Blockchain DXB the SmartLedger team's decision to move to Dubai, the story behind the projects in store for this year, and why they chose to build on BSV.
Signature’s decision to pull back from the digital asset space chaos won’t stop Binance from finding another bedfellow—the question is which disreputable company is next up to the plate.
In a podcast, the team behind SmartLedger shed light on how blockchain technology can be of vital use in addressing and preventing a cyberattack and the success of their tool, Sentinel Node.
In this interview with CoinGeek Backstage, Dr. Jack Rogers shared the motives behind his plans to get more people to learn Bitcoin and drives them to continue what Satoshi Nakamoto started.