The Bitcoin SV Node team has published a more detailed explanation of the February 4 hard fork that activated Bitcoin v1.0.0, or "Genesis".
The Bitcoin SV (BSV) network successfully completed its historic “Genesis” hard fork to bring back Bitcoin’s original design.
Bitcoin's base protocol has now returned to Satoshi Nakamoto's original vision and functionality, and miners activated “Genesis” with messages of thanks for Satoshi.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. talks about Bitcoin’s second beginning—Genesis—and why it’s been a long time coming.
Conference sponsor Bitstocks will be a major presence at the Old Billingsgate, where the CoinGeek Conference will take place on Feb. 20-21..
Bitcoin's 700,000 transactions per day is evidence of "price manipulation" and "fake activity," according to two observers.
With the next version of their browser, Maxthon will have native integration with the Bitcoin SV blockchain, allowing easier transactions and data uploads to the BSV chain.
P2SH is being deprecated on Bitcoin SV on February 4, so now these services need to ensure that they implement standard Bitcoin functionality.
The Bitcoin SV node team has issued an optional upgrade to the Bitcoin protocol: v1.0.1, aimed at nodes intending to process larger block sizes.
Joshua Henslee seeks to establish clarity on some common questions about the upcoming Genesis upgrade on February 4.
The proposal to subsidize development with a 12.5% cut of miners' block rewards has seen mixed reactions from those inside and outside the BCH community.