At the recent CoinGeek Conference in Zurich, Bitcoin Association’s Lise Li assembled a panel of Chinese developers to hear more about projects already underway on the BSV blockchain.
The term “as a service” is meant to recognize the range of products and tools which are delivered to users via the internet, rather than, for example, using on-premise hardware or locally stored software.
Technology innovation company Boquan Inc. is one of the gold sponsors of the 7th CoinGeek Conference, taking place in Zurich, Switzerland on June 8-10.
The Asia-Pacific region is home to some of the most interesting projects in Bitcoin, and the Bitcoin Association was there to give updates on some in the latest Bitcoin SV Virtual Meetup APAC.
The Bitcoin Bridge, CoinGeek's weekly show looking at Bitcoin SV (BSV) projects in the Asia-Pacific region, heads to China to talk to DotWallet founder Lin Zheming.
Just days after the Bitcoin network processed a record 309MB transaction block, the record was broken by another—369MB, also by TAAL.
The BTC network is becoming congested as activity continues to increase to limits beyond its capacity.
The two blockchain-focused companies are helping to onboard more businesses and show them the benefits of blockchain.
One of the topics at CoinGeek London Conference was how TAAL and Mempool are taking a lead role in pioneering the new transaction fee-based economy on Bitcoin SV.
Bitcoin's base protocol has now returned to Satoshi Nakamoto's original vision and functionality, and miners activated “Genesis” with messages of thanks for Satoshi.
BSV mining pool Mempool is joining Bitcoin mining giants TAAL and CoinGeek Mining in lowering BSV transaction fees.