After Bitcoin SV (BSV) Node developers and miners lifted the OP_Return data size limits to 100KB, activity immediately took off as users started posting texts, videos and even pictures.
This week's episode of The Bitcoin Vision comes to you from Yokohama City, Japan, in honor of Satoshi Nakamoto.
As the world progressed through the ages, things started to slowly change. World governments became increasingly obsessed with surveillance.
In a wide-ranging, Joe Rogan spoke with Twitter founder Jack Dorsey about why he believes in Bitcoin.
In a recent twitter thread, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao wondered aloud why not all internet based businesses don’t already accept crypto as a form of payment.
The result of the continued efforts of the BSV community is a network that is capable of serving a variety of business and financial needs, and which could be processing “billions of transactions” daily as soon as next year.
nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright was in Yokohama for the recently concluded Japan Blockchain Conference 2019 and spoke about technical inventions and enterprise uses for the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
Bitcoin SV has now opened up a whole new world of uses and is set to become the world’s data network and storage carrier after a single, no- hard-fork-needed change within the Bitcoin blockchain protocol was made last week.
CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero got to speak with Memo.cash founder Jason Chavannes on the potential of decentralized social networks.
For the first episode of The Bitcoin Vision, nChain’s Jimmy Nguyen comes to you from Seoul, South Korea, one of the hotbeds of cryptocurrency and blockchain in the world. Seoul is the perfect place to talk about Bitcoin SV (BSV)—the rebirth of the original Bitcoin.
GunBroker.com, the world’s largest gun marketplace, has introduced a new stablecoin as their new payment method, calling it FreedomCoin.