Part 2 of the Bitcoin History series explores the 2012-2016 era as well as the personalities in the Bitcoin economy.
In this series, Kurt Wuckert Jr. talks about why the halvenings is a guide stone in the history of Bitcoin.
The Bitcoin Association has officially become a non-profit association in Switzerland, a move that will prove to be significant in the global expansion of Bitcoin SV.
Most industry experts and transaction processing executives are predicting a shakeup within the digital currency processing sector following the halving.
There is a reason why Bitcoin SV will overcome halvings way better than BTC and BCH. It has to do with what economic activity really is.
The founding president of the Bitcoin Association discusses why the Bitcoin halving reinforces the importance of Satoshi Nakamoto’s original economic design for Bitcoin.
Dave Mullen-Muhr of Unbounded Capital scrutinizes the upcoming halving and why it foreshadows BTC’s inevitable death.
As the block reward "halving" approaches amid falling prices, the need for Bitcoin to scale massively on-chain becomes clear.
Lost amid all the panic over the falling prices of the digital currency is the disproportionate impact price instability has on the BTC “miners” who power the network.
The managing partner of Fundstrat spoke to CoinGeek about Bitcoin SV, the halvening, and what the future holds in store for the digital currency.