The Bitcoin Bridge heads to Singapore this week—the home base of Jeff Chen, founder of blockchain domain registry NBdomain, and the Maxthon browser project.
Jon Southurst takes a look at some of the developments around the Asia-Pacific region in 2020, and where they might go in the years to come.
Jeff Chen spoke at CoinGeek Live on how Maxthon seeks to give users better control over their own data and identity and the ability to monetize this information.
Episode 2 of the CoinGeek RoundTable delves into the broken Internet and the power vested in Bitcoin to fix it, with host Kurt Wuckert Jr.
The Maxthon web browser founder delved into how blockchain can fix the internet, including decentralized domains, a global ID and more.
Building a cohesive community is critical to the mass adoption of Bitcoin SV, Faia Managing Director George Siosi Samuels said.
Community builders Faia are partnering with the Bitcoin Association to host the Asia Pacific Bitcoin SV Meetup.
Maxthon, the global Internet browser company, has released the beta version of its Maxthon 6 browser, providing blockchain-based tools to change the way the Internet is used. This new Internet, and the Maxthon 6 browser, is only possible using the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain.
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NBDomain is a Bitcoin-based solution to the DNS problems many people face, allowing users to permanently register a domain via blockchain.
A bullish sentiment was noticeable in the way BSV technology and businesses were discussed on stage at the two-day CoinGeek London Conference.