CoinGeek’s Johanna Botta talks with UNISOT founder Stephan Nilsson about Seafood Chain during the CoinGeek London conference.
EHR Data needed a blockchain that was public, could scale, and had enterprise solutions. Bitcoin SV ticked off all the boxes.
Joachim Thumfhart discusses how the Ju-Jitsu International Federation is using the technology to promote the sport.
The blockchain project aims at helping licensed businesses and corporations in opening digital bank accounts as quickly as possible.
Bitcoin SV wins not only in technical capabilities, but judging by the metrics from February it shows that it is the most frequently used and remains the cheapest by far.
Brenton Gunning of Run and James Belding of Tokenized are building platforms for developers to tokenize assets on the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
EHR Data is embracing Bitcoin SV to create a single ledger for the healthcare records industry—a monumental achievement, according to Dr. Craig Wright.
South Korea's Nonghyup Bank has announced the launch of a blockchain-based mobile identification system for commercial usage.
Hoping to improve elections in the first world and third world, Kaspersky’s Polys system promises easier and more transparent voting.
The co-founder and CEO of Twetch took the stage at the CoinGeek Conference in London to talk about The Future of Social networks on Bitcoin.
Thomas Moser made the trip to CoinGeek London Conference to give insight into the Swiss central bank’s view on digital currencies.