The developers of social fitness app Looter are showing how Bitcoin's micropayment economy can offer an alternative to the "freemium" model.
Patrick Thompson take a closer look at the benefits HandCash users and Anypay merchants will experience thanks to the two companies’ collaboration.
Patrick Thompson recaps the first ever London + San Francisco BSV meetup, featuring HandCash, Money Button, Baemail, nChain, Matterpool and 21e8.
HandCash recently announced that in conjunction with Money Button, it was undertaking a series of initiatives to make Bitcoin (BSV) function in a truly peer-to-peer fashion.
The London BSV meetup, in collaboration with the San Francisco BSV meetup, will be hosting a webinar on April 28.
Michael Wehrmann caught up with Alex Agut, Rafa Jiménez and Ivan Mlinarić from HandCash to talk about Bitcoin app design, inter-wallet competition, Bitcoin computation and more.
Michael Wehrmann caught up with Ryan X. Charles for a wide range interview about Bitcoin computation, Money Button’s role in the network and the Bible.
Handcash and Money Button have optimized the Bitcoin protocol by bringing peer-to-peer transactions to Bitcoin SV.
The HandCash executives share their insights into the new BSV app platform and its benefits for developers.
HandCash and Money Button are collaborating to bring back true “peer-to-peer” transactions for Bitcoin, the way Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto intended.
The man behind Legally Chained and a host of other Bitcoin applications is known for his critical voice on social media concerning digital currencies in general and specifically Bitcoin SV.