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.
The IEEE event in Montreal in October confirmed what many blockchain enthusiasts have known for a while: IPv6 and Bitcoin on the BSV blockchain were made for each other.
Dr. Craig Wright was in Dublin to deliver a keynote presentation at Global IoT Summit, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage, he’s restoring his original Bitcoin vision.
Latif Ladid is on a mission to foster the evolution of the Internet from IPv4 into IPv6, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage on the sidelines of the Global IoT Summit in Dublin, IPv6 will finally restore the Internet's secure end-to-end model.
Niels van den Bergh gave one of the most talked-about presentations at the BSV Global Blockchain Convention in Dubai, breaking down the evolution from pipelines to platforms to now protocols in Web3.
nChain’s Jack Davies looked back to the beginning of blockchain and the history of payments and noted that blockchain is based on the idea of peer-to-peer payments first popularized by Bitcoin.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. gets deep with viewers on topics involving the controversial Crypto Leaks, the vibrant BSV community, his plans to cover the Granath v Wright trial, and more.
In his panel discussion, Dr. Craig Wright outlines the possible changes Bitcoin and IPv6 could usher in, including faster device interaction, automated contracts, distributed data storage and validation, and more.
The Global IoT Summit was a big part of Dublin’s IoT week’s educational schedule, featuring both IPv6 Forum President Latif Ladid and nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright as keynote speakers.
Nearly £10 billion class action lawsuit was filed this week in the United Kingdom against Binance, Kraken, Bittylicious, and Shapeshift over collectively delisting the BSV in 2019.
Scalable Bitcoin enables Web3, which is used in a peer-to-peer fashion and integrated with legal and identity systems, all using IPv6 addresses—this is the new internet.