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.
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 will be a hybrid in-person and virtual one; anyone can join in to hear the discussions. The in-person event will run in PACIFICO Yokohama North, Japan, from October 16 to November 11, 2022.
IPv6 allows Bitcoin to return to its original peer-to-peer nature—by allowing people to have direct connectivity, according to Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright.
BSV Blockchain Association is the lead sponsor for the first-ever Enterprise Utility Blockchain Summit India, which will be held at The LaLiT Ashok in Bengaluru, India, on August 5-6.
With Bitcoin aiming to play a large part in network advancement as IPv6 takes over, it's another chance to override misinformation campaigns and showcase its advantages.
Unlike a few years back when innovators were sharing their dreams and visions, this year has seen entrepreneurs showcasing their applications, according to the Ayre Ventures founder.
When it comes to passion for IPv6 technology, there are perhaps few people who can match up to Sureswaran Ramadass, chairman of the IPv6 Forum in Malaysia and professor emeritus at the Malaysia University of Science and Technology.
Integrating with IPv6 has been part of Bitcoin's roadmap from the start, and Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright has urged internet users to use IPv6 for decades.
It's great that someone recorded Dr. Craig Wright's vision for Bitcoin in 2014 because now, in 2022, we can compare what was said back then and where Bitcoin is heading today.