In the three years since Bitcoin Independence Day, BSV has restored the rules as originally defined by Satoshi Nakamoto and proved that Bitcoin has capabilities far beyond simple payments—while being able to scale on-chain and unbounded.
Two years after Bitcoin Independence Day, the BCH camp now faces a further split, and we’ve once again witnessed digital asset exchanges choose sides, Paul Rajchgod writes.
Over the last two years, the Bitcoin ecosystem has seen events that can only be realized in and around a blockchain with no limits.
After about five years of bickering about Bitcoin’s limitations, we finally had the opportunity to let Bitcoin get out and stretch its legs.
This week’s top story is about the blockchain-based social media application that recently launched and now challenges social media powerhouse Instagram.
Satoshi Nakamoto debuted the Bitcoin white paper to the Cryptography Mailing List on October 31, 2008, saying, “I’ve been working on a new electronic cash system.”
United American Corp. accused the Bitmain camp of colluding to stage a premeditated hostile takeover of the BCH network during the November 2018 hash war.
Since Bitcoin Independence Day, we have seen an explosion of growth on BSV and it is just getting (re)started in 2020.