Faiā Managing Director George Siosi Samuels joined The Bitcoin Bridge to talk about the real meaning of community building and why cutting technology alone is not a guarantee of success.
Faiā recently held its first "Meta Community Micro Accelerator" (MCMA), a week-long online event aimed at connecting entrepreneurs and "getting past the hype to build with substance."
A national citizenship registry and a potential digital cash solution will be the first two prototypes for the Tuvalu National Digital Ledger project in 2021-22, running on the BSV blockchain.
Faiā Managing Director and Honā founder George Siosi Samuels was the latest guest on Bitstocks podcast episode 42, titled “Bitcoin: Re-emerging Atlantean Times & Cosmic Memory.”
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.
Island Innovation's Island Finance Forum participants like Faiā's George Siosi Samuels agreed that close-knit communities and even a lack of established digital services could work to these nations' advantage in a "digital transformation."
BSV Wales held its first meetup of the year, featuring three speakers—Dr. Hossein Jahanshahloo from Cardiff University Business School, Dr. Imtiaz Khan from Cardiff Metropolitan University, and Faiā founder George Samuels.
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.