This week, we look into the internet’s iconic personalities, the unending regulatory saga of BTC, and a new Bitcoin-powered mobile game that is reminiscent of the old but still gold “Flappy Bird.”
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has said Bitcoin represents a better model for the internet, in a series of tweets offering justification for the platform’s recent ban of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Tim Berners-Lee, the man known as the inventor of the World Wide Web, wants to re-create the internet.
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.
NBdomain is a Bitcoin-based solution to the DNS problems many people face. With the ‘.B’ TLD, users can permanently register a domain via the blockchain.
Elas Digital offers implementation and support services to companies looking to use the Metanet and Bitcoin-based tokens.
Dr. Craig Wright took the virtual stage at the Baikal Blockchain & Crypto Summit 2020 to explore why Bitcoin is invaluable in the era of data.
The second episode of the CoinGeek RoundTable will premiere on August 4, with the panel discussing “How Bitcoin Fixes the Internet.”
It looks similar to other P2P/distributed file sharing networks, but Dazaar adds a payments layer that allows users to monetize their data.
Maxthon 6 is the first internet browser that has implemented the Bitcoin blockchain across every website.