On this episode of Hashing It Out, TAAL CCO Kal Suurkask discusses how the iGaming sector can not only benefit from blockchain technology for payments, but also as a data management system.
Day 1 of the CoinGeek New York Conference gathers David Case, Daniel Cossi, Tyler Farnsworth, and Henry James to discuss the future of iGaming and esports in the BSV Blockchain.
CryptoFights and Zenescope just announced a deal that would see some of the Zenescope universe's famous and much-loved characters join CryptoFights as playable characters.
The first drop date is set for November, when the Zenescope characters will appear as available for purchase by players 18 and over for in-game collectibles offered on the FYX marketplace and will be usable inside of CryptoFights as an "Illusion" for players’ custom-made characters.
The latest funding round involves a mix of new and existing investors, including Ayre Ventures and Los Angeles-based Ventek Ventures, an early stage cross-border venture capital fund focusing on the U.S., China, and Southeast Asia.
Gaming is a global industry that’s estimated to reach $218.7 billion in revenue by 2024, and although it’s not fully understood yet, it’s going through the early stages of a revolution.
The BSV enterprise blockchain is officially the world’s largest public blockchain by all major utility metrics; daily transaction volume, data storage, scaling ability, and average block size.
The world’s first country to adopt BTC as legal tender is now preparing for its rollout this coming September but pulls back from requiring the nation’s residents from using the digital currency.
As users engage with popular BSV apps like CryptoFights, and as fees overtake the value of the block subsidy, miners will face increasing pressure to switch their hash power to the more profitable BSV blockchain.
Stoner Cats demonstrates perfectly that while Vitalik Buterin talks a big game, Ethereum developers still haven’t figured out any real solutions to the fledgling blockchain’s litany of problems.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. is back on the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream with an Ask Me Anything episode, which touches on different topics beginning with the newly launched Kensei platform by nChain.