The founder and CEO of GAP600 says that the BSV blockchain has a compelling offering that government officials and private entities are interested in, even if they know nothing about blockchain.
Akon is pushing for positive change through digital currencies via his Akoin project, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage, he believes Africa is in a prime position for advancement through adopting digital currencies.
For the longest time, blockchain technology has taken the backseat as millions of people globally focused on digital assets, but this is gradually changing, Dana Al Salem tells CoinGeek Backstage.
Ahmed Yousif revealed that he has been in talks with government officials on how implementing blockchain can improve their countries, saying that Middle East is fast adapting to the technology.
BSV Blockchain Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen talks about the rise of the Middle East as a key BSV hub, noting that the region is more interested in the technology than speculative trading.
The University of Sharjah PH.D. researcher Dr. Alia Sadawi attended Dr. Craig Wright’s presentation and asked for Satoshi Nakamoto’s insight on proof of stake, which she says is elitist.
The UAE has been working on its blockchain strategy since 2018 with Dubai leading this charge, and as of 2021, most of the city was being powered by blockchain, according to Saeed Mohammed Ali Alhebsi.
Dr. Zayed Al Hemairy is the blockchain and cryptocurrency advisor for the United Arab Emirates, and as he explained to CoinGeek Backstage, the UAE is taking big leaps with the technology.
The President of the University of Dubai told CoinGeek Backstage that end-to-end transactions on the blockchain would be ubiquitous in five years.
Ladid believes that BSV is the only blockchain that is fit to support IPv6 as it scales unbounded and at very low fees, ushering a new era of the Internet.
Dr. Wright caught up with Sarah Higgs to discuss why he initially integrated IPv6 into Bitcoin and why only BSV can support IPv6 volume of transactions.