Unisot's Stephan Nilsson, took a few minutes during the conference to discuss with CoinGeek’s Stephanie Tower what the platform has in store and where it’s going.
Wheedl removes the middle man—the social network, which currently takes ownership of content without paying creators directly and monetizes that content through its platform.
The CoinGeek Conference series is returning to London on 20-21 February 2020, and will celebrate Bitcoin’s return to the original protocol with its Genesis hard fork.
CoinGeek will be in London for the second time to highlight to businesses, developers, media and investors how the fastest-ever growing blockchain, Bitcoin SV (BSV), can provide real life solutions, right now.
John Lee has seen it all and believes that blockchain technology is revolutionizing the e-sports industry, from fundraising to powering the platforms.
Rogelio Reyna said Binde is dedicated to improving productivity within legal tech on the Latin American continent through the use of blockchain, and specifically BSV.
South Korea and Japan have traditionally been more accepting of digital currencies and, in particular, the positive attributes offered by blockchain technology.
The second Pitch Day, to be held in London, will bring together entrepreneurs and investors to see which next big ideas will get a little help to grow the ecosystem even faster.
Bitcoin SV-powered CityonChain is an information hub based around global cities, with a goal of creating a community around city nodes, where localized information and messaging can be exchanged.
Ivy Dang of CityonChain, Wang Fuquiang of BitMesh, and He Qiming of RateSV spoke to CoinGeek’s Stephanie Tower about the opportunities and challenges ahead for Bitcoin in China.
Developed specifically and exclusively for BSV and BSV-powered tokens, Showpay provides hardware and software platforms required to process payments at the point of sale.