In his recent blog post, Bitcoin inventor Dr. Craig Wright discussed the vision for Bitcoin and what he wants to see in the future.
Unbounded Enterprise agrees with Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg's idea about the metaverse, but they say one key component was missing in Zuckerberg's argument—micropayments.
CoinGeek’s Patrick Thompson takes us to the CES event in Las Vegas, where he gets a better understanding of what the metaverse will look like, how businesses will interact with it, and more.
In this episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, host Kurt Wuckert Jr. shares his thoughts on COPA’s new member, the Fed's digital dollar, the price of Bitcoin, and BSV's latest projects.
The CEO has threatened to shut down Facebook and Instagram in Europe if Meta isn't allowed to process European data on U.S. servers; however, it's unclear how it would make up the lost revenue.
Facebook’s membership in the Crypto Open Patent Alliance is causing BTC maxis to question whether they’re still the anti-heroes they imagined themselves to be or just foot soldiers in the plot to keep Bitcoin from breaching Web2’s castle walls.
Australian mining magnate Dr. Andrew Forrest is accusing the social network giant of being "criminally reckless" and knowingly profiting from illegal scam advertisements that used his image.
BSV blockchain will be at the center of the first BSV Global Blockchain Convention. The three-day event will be held in Dubai from May 24 to 26 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
The addition to COPA of one of this century’s most notorious villains in Mark Zuckerberg and Meta deserves consideration. Why would Meta choose now to join COPA’s campaign against Dr. Wright?
Diem is reportedly in talks with Silvergate Bank for the sale of the Diem project’s assets as it seeks to refund the early investors such as Coinbase and a16z.
Facebook has retracted its longstanding ban on ads related to digital currencies, NFTs and more, saying it wants to “make it easier” for companies to apply to run digital currency ads.