Steve Shadders, Technical Director of the Bitcoin SV Infrastructure Team, gave his customary "state of the network" speech to open the CoinGeek New York event with a rundown of the issues and solutions.
Searching for Bitcoin transactions relevant to the contract code you're running can be like looking for a needle in a haystack, but filtering techniques make it easy—and that’s on the latest episode of Bitcoin Class with Satoshi.
"Signavera" includes multiple multi-signature accounts, fund and token wallets, easy signing and makes accounting easier by exporting records in a recognizable format.
A neutral analysis of the data shows that BSV is winning by the number of daily transactions, block sizes, and frequently miner profitability.
Dr. Craig S. Wright and Xiaohui Liu continue the masterclass series with a lesson on using Bitcoin transactions to control internet of things (IoT) devices that may not have a lot of computing power to verify things by themselves.
CNBC recently conducted interviews with Coinbase customers all over the U.S., reviewing thousands of complaints which they say “reveal a pattern of account takeovers.”
A Turing machine—or an unbounded number of them—can be built on top of the public infinite tape, and any number of parallel computations can be calculated.
The recent gigabyte-sized blocks on the BSV are driven by increased user demand for bigger blockchain capacity.
A common feature of computer languages which generally make them Turing complete is the ability for the language to allow for structured control flow of a program, either through loops or jumps.
That world record block is the second time that the record has been broken in quick succession, following a block at height 699097 containing 999,743,208 bytes.
The record-sized block in question today was #699097, processed on August 6, 2021, at 4:04 a.m. UTC by an unknown miner. It included 11,785 transactions and earned 5.03489686 BSV in fees.