Closing the CoinGeek Conference in Zurich, Bitcoin Association founding president Jimmy Nguyen took to the stage to present “We Are BSV,” in which he talked to and about the people building on BSV.
The close of CoinGeek Zurich conference Day 1 saw the second installment of CoinGeek TV, featuring Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. and his guests, Bernhard Müller of CENTI and Professor Urs Birchler.
The CoinGeek Zurich conference presentations from Bitcoin Association’s Patrick Prinz and CENTI’s Bernhard Müller showcase just some of the exciting goings on in BSV in Switzerland.
At the CoinGeek Zurich conference, a panel consisting of industry leaders in the payments sector share how their companies are using BSV to modernize operations, reach new users, reduce costs and incentivize their customers.
Bitcoin Association’s latest Bitcoin SV Virtual Meetup heads back to EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa), this time hosted by Centi founder Bernard Müller.
June 2 brings the next Bitcoin SV Virtual Meetup for EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa), the latest red letter day in the calendar for those who are keen to learn more about BSV blockchain.
CENTI is in full confidence that utilizing the Bitcoin SV blockchain and STAS technology will allow its users and partner merchants to take full advantage of the most innovative payments system.
TAAL’s STAS tokens stands for Substantiated Tokens from Actualized Satoshis, which is also a tribute to Bitcoin’s forefather—Satoshi Nakamoto.
Bitcoin is now 12 years old, but it was two years ago that the believers in its original vision decided to break free from those who wanted to hijack it for their own purposes.
In this new episode of BSV Stories, CoinGeek’s Natalie Mason explores Zug, Switzerland—a small historic town that’s home to some of the world’s largest corporations.
Bitcoin Association Europe & Operations Manager Patrick Prinz gave the audience a glimpse of the organization’s headquarters in Zug, Switzerland.