The founder of RelayX and FloatSV took to the stage at the CoinGeek London Conference to talk about powering real-time micropayments with BSV.
Bitcoin development in China is happening at a rapid pace, with a growing number of startups focusing on developing apps for Bitcoin SV.
The culture of startups backed by venture capital funds has worked spectacularly to create Silicon Valley tech giants. But is that the right model for Bitcoin businesses?
The first day of the CambrianSV bootcamp in Lisbon gave a chance for the different teams of developers and entrepreneurs to introduce themselves and talk about what they want to achieve during the week.
The second CambrianSV Bootcamp for developers and entrepreneurs convened in Lisbon, with the participants from many different countries getting together at a traditional Portuguese restaurant.
Don’t miss the world premiere of Coingeek’s new documentary, Bitcoin Bootcamp, exploring the magical time that was CambrianSV Bali.
A documentary on that special moment, CoinGeek Originals: Bitcoin Bootcamp – CambrianSV, is premiering on December 17 to give everyone a glimpse of how BSV is driving programmers to create a new world of commerce.
CoinGeek Originals: Bitcoin Bootcamp - CambrianSV will premiere on December 17, giving the world an intimate look into how BSV is driving programmers to create a new world of commerce.
At launch, users of the RelayX wallet, Money Button and Relay's ONE button in several countries can send BSV deposits to FloatSV and OKEx in under two minutes.
Jack Liu of RelayX talks about how his team is paving the way for businesses to transition from the existing money world into Bitcoin as painless as possible.
30 developers from BitcoinSV startups working together in a big room for several days. They soon found they had much in common.