On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Charles Miller, Joe DePinto and Dan Wagner discuss all the possible ways a player—or even non-players—can earn money with Haste.
BSV is offering gaming platforms new ways to engage players while also offering developers relief from their lingering Ethereum-based headaches.
A big concern of anyone dealing with digital currency is how to secure their coins. Many by principle are opposed to using custodial services to secure their Bitcoin, for good reason.
DSP28's HasteBoard's is a bitcoin-related website that simplifies the Haste leaderboard by aggregating all Haste Arcade data in one location.
Haste has launched Haste Player Cards, the first NFTs on the bitcoin network that have utility and give their holders benefits.
Haste co-founders Joe DePinto and Dan Wagner talk about the rewards-based games platform they're building on Bitcoin SV on this week's episode of The Bitcoin Bridge.
Like so many other useful Bitcoin apps that started to become available again, Haste grew from the notion that small, fast payments with miniscule fees could great whole new business models.
In this week’s episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Jack Liu talks about non-fungible tokens, Bitcoin’s first fully decentralized exchange, and what’s next for RelayX.
With the arcade and HST token distribution, incentives are laid out for developers to build games that implement this concept, Joshua Henslee writes.
This week, we look into the internet’s iconic personalities, the unending regulatory saga of BTC, and a new Bitcoin-powered mobile game that is reminiscent of the old but still gold “Flappy Bird.”