Duro Dogs has discovered somewhat by accident a new angle—introduction to responsible dog owning—to the NFT game, which launched as an online game where players can enjoy looking after their unique virtual friend.
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.
Bitcade featured play-to-earn games, like Lost and Jump from Haste Arcade, RuffRuner from Duro Dogs, Enviroman from SmartLedger, and SatoRunner by Greg Ward and the Dapp Institute.
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.
Unbounded Capital's Dave Mullen-Muhr explains how NFTY Jigs and Duro Dogs helped him become a better proprietor and why games as a use case is a critical mass forming for BSV.
Brandon Bryant, software developer at HandCash, joins this episode of More Than Money, where he discussed topics like micropayments, Bitcoin adoption, BSV price, and games.
Enterprise-grade blockchain company nChain is recognized by LexisNexis as one of the Top 100 Most Innovative Companies alongside Mark Zuckerberg's Meta and China’s Tencent.
Here we are at the end of 2021—was it a good year? In many ways, it was, and in many ways, it wasn't. But it was definitely a year full of major changes that will impact the blockchain industry for a long time to come.
After more than a week of deliberations, the federal jury finally delivered the long-awaited verdict in the Kleiman v Wright civil trial—Dr. Craig Wright is the sole creator of Bitcoin.
Unbounded Enterprise is behind NFTY Jigs, a new kind of platform for non-fungible tokens that focuses on the creation and management of digital goods for the open metaverse.
Users can get started for free via their HandCash wallet. By connecting the application at durodogs.com, each user will receive one, unique free dog, randomly generated based on an on-chain serial number.