Although gaming dominates current BSV transaction volumes, the inclusion of social media and financial apps in the mix means BSV's ecosystem is more diverse than most other blockchains.
After attending the BTC 2022 conference in Miami, Joshua Henslee is back with another video explaining how BSV transaction rates have dropped rapidly over the past few months.
Blockchain entrepreneur recently Aleksandra Los hosted Polish Blockchain Association Gaming & Blockchain webinar, which discussed how blockchain is transforming the gaming industry.
Joe DePinto joined the recent installment of CoinGeek Livestream, where he talked about the great turnout of the event and how Haste Arcade saw an uptick in the number of new users since the Bitcade.
The Polish Blockchain Association is having a webinar on gaming and blockchain on April 13. Several leaders in the blockchain gaming space, such as FYX Gaming's Adam Kling, will attend the event.
The first-of-its-kind Bitcoin Arcade will showcase games built on the BSV enterprise blockchain including CryptoFights, Haste Arcade, Sato Runner, and Duro Dogs.
The BSV network has processed over 10 million transactions in the past 24 hours, reaching past 9 million and even 9.6 million in a 24-hour period—making it responsible for over 78% of all blockchain-based transactions worldwide.
That milestone follows significant growth in BSV transactions over the past six months, although that growth has been on a similar trajectory since 2019.
CryptoFights is a fighting strategy game built on the BSV blockchain, currently generating more than 2 million transactions per day.
Joshua Henslee is back with another video explaining what FYX Gaming announcement means and how its new fungible token for in-game use works.
The days when a million transactions seemed like a big deal are long gone as BSV reached new record-breaking 2M and even 4M transactions, proving the critics wrong.