At the recent CoinGeek Conference in Zurich, Bitcoin Association’s Lise Li assembled a panel of Chinese developers to hear more about projects already underway on the BSV blockchain.
Episode five of “Hashing it Out” features DotWallet Founder Lin Zheming and BitBoss CTO Alex Shore, two professionals who have partnered up to grow iGaming offerings within the BSV ecosystem.
Following the Badge service, the platform “DotWallet for Developers”and sCrypt are working together again! It is aimed to enable developers to build Dapps based on sCrypt easily and make interactions with DotWallet available for them through the new API , lightening the load for developers so that they can build superior Dapps.
The term “as a service” is meant to recognize the range of products and tools which are delivered to users via the internet, rather than, for example, using on-premise hardware or locally stored software.
Technology innovation company Boquan Inc. is one of the gold sponsors of the 7th CoinGeek Conference, taking place in Zurich, Switzerland on June 8-10.
DotWallet Swap currently supports the trading of BTC, ETH, and BSV trading pairs. This feature allows users to quickly complete the whole decentralized asset exchange with just a few clicks.
DotWallet has ushered in a major upgrade after the launch of Badge! That is to say, the functions of "Cards" and "Trading Assets" are officially available to the public. It allows the ordering party to customize their orders and publish "buy/sell orders" to the trading market.
This new version focuses on UI and interactive experience optimization. Compared to the previous version, it has improved a lot in visuals and functions.
The Bitcoin Bridge, CoinGeek's weekly show looking at Bitcoin SV (BSV) projects in the Asia-Pacific region, heads to China to talk to DotWallet founder Lin Zheming.
The iGaming experience for DotWallet users on the BitBoss platform is completely integrated, with players wagering funds and receiving payouts directly to-and-from their DotWallet.
Jon Southurst takes a look at some of the developments around the Asia-Pacific region in 2020, and where they might go in the years to come.