In the second installment of the CambrianSV debate series, CoinGeek’s Charles Miller pitted two brains from the Bitcoin bootcamp in Lisbon against each other to argue their cases and share their views on the topic.
This week's podcast includes Ryan X. Charles and Jimmy Odom debating on 'how different are Bitcoin businesses from any other kind'?
American developer Brad Jasper reveals his latest project Bit.sv that allows digital content creator, including coaches, journalists, artists or traders, allowing them to offer premium content, monetized with Bitcoin SV.
Despite being a critic, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales admits to being interested in Bitcoin technology and described technology fascinating.
Gilder explained how he expects Bitcoin to solve what he sees as two great problems: Internet security and the effect on the global economy of the international money markets.
Two Hop wants to invest in businesses that work in the infrastructure layer, rather than consumer apps.
Managing Director of Faia George Siosi Samuels advocate the Bitcoin community for global adoption and always remember to prioritize the end-user.
CoinGeek.com's Charles Miller talks with Daniel Connolly, the Lead Developer for Bitcoin SV (BSV) at nChain, about the upcoming Genesis Upgrade. Asked about the prospects of BSV post-Genesis, Daniel said: “it’s wise to be wary of being over-optimistic, but in this case I think we’ve worked on it for a long time and we’re building on the foundations that were put in ten years ago - and I’m confident that everything will go smoothly with Genesis.”
In a special festive edition, Charles Miller invited Chloe Tartan and Jack Davies, researchers at nChain, the London Bitcoin SV and blockchain development company to look back and reflect on a year of achievements for the BSV ecosystem.
The clever idea from Lawry Trevor-Deutsch resulted to Blockchain Domes Heat Station which he operates for United American Corp near Montreal, Canada.