The public first heard of HandCash's Duro idea last week, but as Alex Agut tells Jon Southurst on The Bitcoin Bridge, the plan has been around for a long time.
Zatoshi's Mitto.Cash makes the Bitcoin onboarding process as easy as can be and lets you gift Bitcoin to others via email and URL.
Duro is a unit of account that refers to 500 satoshis on the Bitcoin SV network, which HandCash says will make pricing and payments for small items easier.
Duro equate to groups of 500 satoshis, with no decimals. This is crucial for accomplishing one thing that's never been done before: pricing digital goods and in-app actions in a universal, internet native currency.
The survey will explore your level of blockchain knowledge and interest and also identify the pain points you experience in your role within a gaming industry organization.
The Bitcoin Association has made it easier to find work opportunities in the blockchain and digital currency space via its jobs board page.
Launched by Unbounded Enterprise, BSV2048 embraces the micropayment ability that only Bitcoin SV offers, allowing you to make money from your gaming prowess.
HandCash will be giving prizes to the hackathon contestants that come in first through tenth place, according to HandCash co-founder and CTO Rafael Jimenez Seibane.
Bitcoin can be used in a way those on the outside looking in cannot trace what you are doing, but participants can in the case they have to, Joshua Henslee writes.
The HandCash founder and CEO joins the latest episode of Bitstocks podcast where he talked about what the company has in store for the future and why 2021 is a uniquely prime year for Bitcoin to take over the world.
Twitter user Zatoshi and Bitcoin wallet HandCash announced that they are throwing their support behind up-and-coming darts play Jack Main.