A myriad of companies is putting transactions on the Bitcoin blockchain daily, and both consumers and companies are using BSV for both business and leisure.
The Fundstrat report refers to BSV as "a Web 3.0 platform", describes the concept of "Blockchain as a Service (BaaS)", big data application potential, and gives some examples of the companies building on the network in different ways.
Thomas Lee and David Grider explore the current status of the blockchain and digital currency economy as well as what the Fundstrat team finds unique and appealing about BSV.
On Day 2 of CoinGeek Live, some digital asset investors discuss how they spot and evaluate investment opportunities, and how digital assets can attract the big Wall Street investors.
There are already a plethora of Bitcoin businesses that have built applications and services that are changing the way the world does business.
The Fundstrat report discusses Bitcoin SV supporters’ vision for going “beyond digital money, towards an on-chain internet” – known as the Metanet.
BSV has the capability to offer a scalable blockchain solution that no other protocol offers, and Fundstrat points out that it is the “biggest block Bitcoin” offering more transaction volume capacity.
Fundstrat released its 2019 crypto forecast report recently, and it's one that predicts a turn of fortunes for the embattled industry.
Fundstrat Global Advisors, a leading independent Wall Street research organization, is the first research firm to start accepting bitcoin from clients around the world.
Brian Kelly, founder and CEO of BKCM LLC, says that the tax deadline could cause a huge drop in cryptocurrency values, but that people have to see how things go after the deadline.