_unwriter has been going HAM since the beginning of the New Year, releasing a new tool to enable folks to build on top of Bitcoin SV seemingly every day.
Bitcoin is almost 11 years old now, but November 15, 2018 marked the start of a movement to restore Satoshi Nakamoto's original vision—and with it, the technological revolution we were promised in 2009.
Although the paths of BSV and ABC’s BCH now seem to be pretty clear, the story of Bitcoin is far from over. With more businesses coming on board and new use cases proving its utility every day, there’s a bright future for Bitcoin SV.
Bitcoin transitioned from a mere whitepaper into something tangible when Satoshi Nakomoto produced what is known as the "Genesis" block of Bitcoin on January 3, 2009.
The upcoming Genesis upgrade which promises to take Bitcoin back to its original unbounded design, giving developers, entrepreneurs and users the freedom to focus on how best to use Bitcoin SV.
Version 0.2.2 is not a required upgrade for the production network; however, users of the Scaling Test Network (STN) will need to upgrade due to the STN reset.
The best and brightest from nChain took the stage in Seoul to tell us how Bitcoin will return to its original vision.
The energy in prospect as Bitcoin SV continues to evolve as a technology, with its important Genesis upgrade just a few months ahead.
This week’s episode of the Bitcoin Vision comes from Siberia, Russia, where Founding President of the Bitcoin Association Jimmy Nguyen was a guest speaker at the recent Baikal Blockchain and Crypto Summit.
Steve Shadders explained to us that Bitcoin is proving its scaling now so business trust isn’t an issue.
Crypto news sites went wild with stories of failing nodes and forks, but the truth was much more boring.