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.
Community builders Faiā have launched Honā, an accountability platform that has received interest from the Silicon Valley venture capitalists.
The Maxthon web browser founder delved into how blockchain can fix the internet, including decentralized domains, a global ID and more.
Volt wallet allows its users to store digital currencies without the fear of losing their private keys.
At the Reboot virtual event, co-founder Shashank Singhal revealed what Codugh has been working on as well as its TAAL partnership.
Building a cohesive community is critical to the mass adoption of Bitcoin SV, Faia Managing Director George Siosi Samuels said.
Reboot will be held on June 26 and will showcase several BSV projects from the APAC region, including Volt.id, Maxthon and Codugh.
Community builders Faia are partnering with the Bitcoin Association to host the Asia Pacific Bitcoin SV Meetup.