The 4th Bitcoin SV Hackathon, organized by Bitcoin Association, will commence on June 14 with a US$100,000 (payable in BSV) prize pool staked for the winners.
On this week’s episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Charles Miller talks to TonicPow founder and CEO Luke Rohenaz about his startup and its potential to go after the tech giants.
The experience was one of a kind, with captivating panels, enlightening conversations and a number of high-profile announcements, Steve Kaaru writes.
“The law is coming to Bitcoin.” We’ve heard Bitcoin inventor Dr. Craig Wright say it before and now it has come to light in two separate incidents.
Over 400 individuals participated in this hackathon and worked toward the Hackathon’s goal of connecting the world to one blockchain, the Bitcoin blockchain.
Join in deciding who emerges victorious in Bitcoin SV Hackathon finals via the CoinGeek Conference: Voting & AR mobile application.
This week’s headlines include another 51% attack on Ethereum Classic, BTC miners losing subsidized power in China, and the finalists of the Bitcoin SV 2020 Hackathon.
A record 418 people from 75 countries and representing 75 projects participated in the hackathon sponsored by the Bitcoin Association and run by nChain.
Bitcoin Association has today named three finalists in its 3rd Bitcoin SV Hackathon to compete for a share of a US$100,000 prize pool paid in BSV.
Finalists of the third Bitcoin SV Hackathon will present their pitches to decide ultimate winners at the CoinGeek Live event in October.
Bitcoin Association curriculum specialist Evan Freeman recommends four key areas to keep in mind when building on Bitcoin.