In this week’s episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Elas Digital CEO Brendan Lee talks about Tuvalu’s plans to create the world’s first national digital ledger and how it’s going to be an “eye-opener.”
The Asia-Pacific region is home to some of the most interesting projects in Bitcoin, and the Bitcoin Association was there to give updates on some in the latest Bitcoin SV Virtual Meetup APAC.
The Bitcoin Association has made it easier to find work opportunities in the blockchain and digital currency space via its jobs board page.
This week, CoinGeek's weekly Asia/Pacific-focused show The Bitcoin Bridge looks at the Tuvalu National Digital Register—a project that's getting a lot of attention in the BSV industry.
This week’s guest is Brendan Lee of Elas Digital, who gives some background to a project everyone's been talking about—the Tuvalu National Digital Ledger project.
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.
The tiny Pacific nation of Tuvalu has announced plans to go fully digital and paperless, managing its important operations on the Bitcoin SV ledger.
Having tokens resembling native Bitcoin UTXOs allows them to leverage all the benefits that the Bitcoin SV network provides.
This post looks at how Elas tokens can be used to make the voting process much more secure without sacrificing any of the privacy users currently enjoy in their ability to vote.
Tokens can be applied in many ways and people have really only begun thinking about new and different use cases, Brendan Lee writes.
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