Bitcoin is now 12 years old, but it was two years ago that the believers in its original vision decided to break free from those who wanted to hijack it for their own purposes.
This week’s top story is about the blockchain-based social media application that recently launched and now challenges social media powerhouse Instagram.
After a brutal series of battles in the Bitcoin Civil War, BTC remains unscalable, BCH appears to be ready to split again, and BSV continues to be mined with an open source protocol, no software-enforced block size limit, and an ever-growing absorption of new businesses and use cases.
Jiang Zhuoer, who had re-introduced the idea to BCH, said he would use his personally-owned hashrate to vote against the IFP.
The BCH developer tax plan is bad economics and bad governance perpetrated by the bad actors who took over the BCH protocol, and it is splitting up their community—again.
Its Infrastructure Funding Plan is a pleasant way of describing the mandatory tax ABC developers have decided to impose on the BCH mining community.
Far from creating a state of anarchy, it appears that the ABC faction may have been working for the Chinese government after all.
In the world of crypto, as with the early Internet, it’s not yet clear what application will turn a technology with great potential into one that’s a part of everyone’s daily lives.
The prolific developer, who was behind a number of the useful infrastructure projects in the Bitcoin Cash ecosystem, recently shared his thoughts on the so-called BCH hash war and the ABC group—and they're not pretty.
Bitcoin SV (BSV) is continuing to develop the blockchain in accordance with what cryptocurrency was meant to be – a peer-to-peer digital currency – in an effort to ensure that crypto fulfills its reason for existence.
Bitcoin SV is the only cryptocurrency with a blockchain that massively scales, the only that has utility value, and the only one that can do it all. BSV will most likely take over and replace all other non-scaling platforms.