In the Metanet that Dr. Craig Wright is building, trolls will have to pay a high price for the attention they crave.
Listen to the latest CoinGeek Conversations podcast of Dr Craig Wright as he corrects a few myths about Bitcoin's origin and purpose.
As blockchain applications have taken off, one question has taken center stage: Do we build a completely new system or do we build on top of the existing system?
Dr. Craig Wright joined us to explain how nChain is approaching work on the MetaNet, and how Bitcoin SV does things better than the rest.
Jimmy Nguyen, the Founding President of the Bitcoin Association, is back this week to bring us more updates on the Bitcoin SV ecosystem as BSV marches to become the world’s new money and global enterprise blockchain.
The nChain solution "bridges the gap between legally compliant paper-and-ink contracts and electronic ones," allowing enterprises to benefit more from establishing and maintaining contracts solely on the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
With over 2.2 million users across 182 countries, CoinPayments’ move to integrate BSV on its multi-cryptocurrency platform brings the crypto closer to its goal of becoming the world’s new money used by millions of people.
Metanet and Bitcoin were roughly conceived “in the depths of the late 90s” from the concept of an economically incentivized Internet, according to nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright.
Having safe and convenient access to funds is a delicate business. Money that is locked down very securely may be too inconvenient to access. If it’s very convenient to get at, it may also be a security risk.
As the world progressed through the ages, things started to slowly change. World governments became increasingly obsessed with surveillance.
At the beginning of December, nChain, a company dedicated to blockchain research and development, unveiled its Metanet project.