Bitcoin inventor Dr. Craig Wright has been recognized for his contribution to the Internet, with his name now listed in the IPv6 Hall of Fame.
On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, nChain senior researcher Dr. Alessio Pagani explains that although IPv6 has been around for decades, most networks still use IPv4.
With IPv6, Bitcoin can realize its full potential with direct, secure, and fast transactions between hundreds of billions of users and devices worldwide.
The event, held at the University of Dubai, was a great opportunity for experts from industry, government, and academia to educate each other on how blockchain can best be deployed in the modern world.
Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright was recently at the University of Dubai, where he gave another explanation of how Bitcoin could work with IPv6 to create a more secure internet.