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2nd Bitcoin SV hackathon draws global developers to build projects for actual use of Bitcoin

Events 19 August 2019

2nd Bitcoin SV hackathon draws global developers to build projects for actual use of Bitcoin

Bitcoin Association conducted its second Bitcoin SV [BSV] hackathon attracting developer teams from across the globe who worked on creating projects that enable people to actually use Bitcoin.

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London BSV Meetup inspires developers to be even more ambitious

Events 18 July 2019

London BSV Meetup inspires developers to be even more ambitious

The London BSV Meetup 2019 has inspired developers to push the boundaries even further with their Bitcoin SV projects.

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Applications now open for 2nd virtual Bitcoin SV Hackathon

Events 12 July 2019

Applications now open for 2nd virtual Bitcoin SV Hackathon

The second Bitcoin SV hackathon event will take place on August 17, with teams competing virtually to create, pitch and win prizes in BSV.

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Hackathon winners feted at the CoinGeek Toronto 2019 conference

Events 8 July 2019

Hackathon winners feted at the CoinGeek Toronto 2019 conference

The first-ever Bitcoin Association Bitcoin SV hackathon was first announced in the middle of March, prepared to reward 400 BSV to the top three finalists.

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Bitcoin Association’s Bitcoin SV Hackathon finalists announced in lead up to CoinGeek Toronto Conference

Press Releases 16 May 2019

Bitcoin Association’s Bitcoin SV Hackathon finalists announced in lead up to CoinGeek Toronto Conference

The first ever Bitcoin SV (BSV) Hackathon top 3 finalists will be flown to Toronto to win prize pool of 400 BSV currently valued over $27,000.

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Bitcoin Association’s 1st BSV Hackathon – May 2019

Press Releases 15 May 2019

Bitcoin Association’s 1st BSV Hackathon – May 2019

The semi-finalists of Bitcoin Association’s first BSV Hackathon have been announced. The judges have narrowed the entries from the 36 entries submitted to 14.

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BSV Hackathon provides 36 new solutions to onboarding

Events 7 May 2019

BSV Hackathon provides 36 new solutions to onboarding

The BSV Hackathon saw over a hundred participants working towards solutions to increase BSV onboarding, and it demonstrated a great collegial attitude amongst the participants.

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The Bitcoin Vision: Episode 12

Business 8 May 2019

The Bitcoin Vision: Episode 12

This week’s episode of The Bitcoin Vision comes to us from Amsterdam, a city that supports Bitcoin and the perfect place to bring the latest developments with the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.

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Odyssey blockchain hackathon seeks prototypes to address ‘societal challenges’

Tech 25 March 2019

Odyssey blockchain hackathon seeks prototypes to address ‘societal challenges’

The Netherlands is continuing its Odyssey tradition for the third year, where all sorts of talented individuals will gather to tackle societal challenges by offering solutions through emerging technologies.

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First ever Bitcoin SV hackathon goes big with 400 BSV prize pool

Events 19 March 2019

First ever Bitcoin SV hackathon goes big with 400 BSV prize pool

The Bitcoin Association is hosting the first ever Bitcoin SV hackathon to encourage developers around the world to build on BSV and unleash the true power of Bitcoin’s original design, protocol and Satoshi Vision.

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Bitcoin SV Virtual Hackathon takes place May 4-5 as lead up to CoinGeek Conference Toronto

Press Releases 18 March 2019

Bitcoin SV Virtual Hackathon takes place May 4-5 as lead up to CoinGeek Conference Toronto

Bitcoin Association, the leading global organization for Bitcoin business, announces its first ever Bitcoin SV (BSV) Hackathon. This virtual hackathon will take place on May 4-5 and be open to participants worldwide.

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High school team takes third at Barclays hackathon

Business 11 February 2019

High school team takes third at Barclays hackathon

“It’s so easy a child could do it.” Many fiat pundits have tried to argue that blockchain technology was so far advanced that it wasn’t possible to be understood by the majority of the population.

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