The ever controversial Bitcoin visionary, Craig Wright, is set to use is presentation at CoinGeek Week to outline how he sees the entire Internet changing.
The BCH Boys sat down with Ryan X. Charles ahead of the conference to get his insight on a number of issues, including mining and scaling, among others.
The BCH Boys sat down with Dr. Craig Wright to talk about the “permissionless” state of Bitcoin and the scalability issue that has been so prominent in the Bitcoin BCH ecosystem lately.
On Day 1 of CoinGeek Week, the BCH Boys sat down with the Tokenized team, who have made tokenization on the Bitcoin chain a reality.
If you haven’t already purchased your tickets to the hottest cryptocurrency conference of the fall, time is almost up.
From where CoinGeek sits right now, us permanently splitting the chains by ABC enacting replay protection will give both sides a WIN. Bitcoin will live on with Bitcoin SV and will finally have a chance to show off the true power of the original economic model.
CoinGeek announces it will partner with nChain, the blockchain research & development firm, on the Teranode project to create an enterprise-class full node implementation for Bitcoin (BCH-SV).
At the Bitcoin BCH Miners Choice Summit last November 2, Dr. Craig Wright discussed what Bitcoin was meant to be, and why miners should support the original Satoshi Vision for Bitcoin by mining with Bitcoin SV and joining SVPool.
At the CoinGeek-sponsored Bitcoin BCH Miners Choice Summit in Hong Kong last November 2, nChain’s Jimmy Nguyen and Steve Shadders took the stage to explain the four pillars on which Bitcoin SV sits: stability, scalability, security, and safe and instant transactions.
The company that surpassed $100 million in cryptocurrency converted into real world items, will have a big announcement at the CoinGeek Week Conference.
Now that the Bitcoin BCH hard fork is behind us, there are a lot of questions on what is going to happen going forward. In just over a week, cryptocurrency miners can find the answers to their questions at the CoinGeek Week conference, which will feature a day specifically for miners and mining activity.