At the BSV Global Blockchain Convention in Dubai, several experts will describe how IPv6 standards can integrate BSV to build a better internet that serves both humans and IoT devices.
Despite all of the drama grabbing the headlines with regards to Ethereum and Solana during the last few days, BSV quietly processes transactions at scale for fees of fractions of a penny.
On this episode of CoinGeek Conversations, Dr. Craig Wright discusses the combining power of blockchain technology and IPv6, along with IPv6 Forum Founder and President Latif Ladid.
The current BSV blockchain infrastructure is fully ready for Web3, NFTs and DeFi applications with a true L1 decentralized model rooted in an on-chain decentralized ledger.
The President of the University of Dubai told CoinGeek Backstage that end-to-end transactions on the blockchain would be ubiquitous in five years.
Ladid believes that BSV is the only blockchain that is fit to support IPv6 as it scales unbounded and at very low fees, ushering a new era of the Internet.
Dr. Wright caught up with Sarah Higgs to discuss why he initially integrated IPv6 into Bitcoin and why only BSV can support IPv6 volume of transactions.
Dr. Craig Wright will speak about BSV and its role in the IoT, focusing on the impact of IPv6—the next iteration of the Internet that aims to make digital communications faster and more secure.
Dr. Craig Wright will open the summit in Dublin with a keynote presentation on June 20, alongside Latif Ladid, the founder and president of IPv6 Forum.
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.