In a blog post, HandCash revealed that it chose Tokenized as its preferred token platform because of its interoperability and easy integration with its own Fungible Token Protocol.
Alex Agut discussed why HandCash has been slow to adopt some technologies, integrating other coins on HandCash and why only those who imitate Henry Ford will last.
Micropayments, or “nanopayments” as HandCash prefers to call them, represent payments under $1 and at scale, can bring untapped potential to new business models.
In this episode of The Bitcoin Bridge, Alex Agut reveals to host Jon Southurst just how much work went into HandCash’s new feature—the addition of fiat on-ramps.
Part of HandCash’s mission is to unlock the potential of horizontal micro and nano payments, which doesn’t just mean peer-to-peer payments but splitting payments between many people.
Lorien Gamaroff, Brendan Lee, and Alex Agut discuss what makes a Bitcoin wallet great and how they’re working towards it at CoinGeek Conference in New York.
On Day 3 of WOCEE, CoinGeek’s Stephanie Tower hosted a session on Digital Technology Maximisation while HandCash’s Alex Agut discussed real-world use cases for BSV blockchain.
The HandCash Hackathon is targeting individuals who have never built on the BSV blockchain or any other digital currency network before.
In a new episode of The Crypto Vigilante, host Rafael LaVerde and HandCash CEO Alex Agut takes a deep dive into the platform’s vision and focus.
The group delves into all things that live at the intersection of AI, blockchain and digital currency, exploring why we are seeing a renewed interest in blockchain technology in the iGaming sector.
The public first heard of HandCash's Duro idea last week, but as Alex Agut tells Jon Southurst on The Bitcoin Bridge, the plan has been around for a long time.