Burkhan World has invested in several e-gaming startups, and Livson says they will be transitioning to BSV, citing the network’s speed, low fees, and efficiency.
Mohammed Ibrahim Jega has spearheaded BSV efforts in West Africa, including by setting up a lab in Nigeria to foster bold ideas and assembling 1,000 devs to teach them about BSV.
For years, Kirsty Barany was thinking how to make online dating safe, and then she attended a BSV conference, and she knew Bitcoin was the solution.
Lorien has been compared to Elon owing to their South African origin, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage, he’s playing his part in making Bitcoin easy to use.
Muhammad Salman Anjum, who heads the BSV Hub in Dubai, has met with presidents and government dignitaries in the region to talk about BSV, but he says it’s the results that matter most.
Jackson Laskey believes that NFTs and micropayments form a greater economy allowing games to generate revenue and developers to contribute to gaming ecosystems.
Robert Rice believes that a “Snow Crash-like” metaverse is only five years away, while underlining that only companies building impactful metaverse will survive.
Craig Massey tells CoinGeek Backstage that 500 startups have applied to join the Satoshi Block Dojo, explaining how the incubator selects the eventual winners and pushes them to the top.
Ayre Ventures Managing Director Paul Rajchgod laughed off claims that the BSV startup ecosystem is Ayre Group-centered, noting that the firm has only invested in about 20 out of several hundreds.
Jad Wahab talks to CoinGeek Backstage about the state of the toolbox, the addition of peer sockets, and why we should all be excited about the LiteClient.
Jimmy Nguyen moderated a panel with three governance experts who talked about how their countries are adopting blockchain and what the future holds for the technology.