Experts in IPv6, blockchain technology, 5G, and the Internet of Things were present at the Global IoT Summit in Dublin, which made for a lively event full of insights and interesting takeaways.
A panel on day two of the Global IoT Summit in Dublin sheds light on what IPv6 is, why it matters, and how it will work symbiotically with Bitcoin to enable true end-to-end transactions.
The Gate2Chain co-founder and COO found that with blockchain, he could program devices to behave in certain ways dependent on real-time information, while also certifying the accuracy of data.
Dr. Craig Wright gave the keynote speech at the Global IoT Summit in Dublin, where he spoke about how Bitcoin SV works symbiotically with IPv6 to empower the Internet of Things.
Moving toward the futuristic model of the Internet is what the team behind the Global IEEE 5G-IOT Internet Summit at the International University of Rabat, Morocco wanted to address last May 12.
Real blockchain offers solutions that can resolve long-pending challenges enterprises face regularly, although it will take years for blockchain to take over the traditional business processes.
Paul Kupiec is an economist and a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, who previously worked at the Federal Reserve Board, Wall Street, IMF, and FDIC.
Latif Ladid, chair of the 5G World Alliance and founder of the IPv6 Forum, takes the BSV Global Blockchain Convention stage to talk about the power of IPv6 protocol and BSV blockchain.
After an action-packed first day, the second day promises to be even better, with NFTs, IoT, supply chains, Web3 being discussed, and Dr. Craig Wright’s keynote.
Bitcoin Inventor Dr. Craig Wright recently gave a talk at the Global IEEE 5G-IoT Blockchain Summit, where he covered what Bitcoin is, how it enables true peer-to-peer connectivity, and more.
TAAL released a conversation between Adrian Brijbassi and CEO Richard Baker, where they talked about maximizing Bitcoin mining profitability, mining three Bitcoin blockchains, and more.