Micropayments, or “nanopayments” as HandCash prefers to call them, represent payments under $1 and at scale, can bring untapped potential to new business models.
The first-of-its-kind Bitcoin Arcade will showcase games built on the BSV enterprise blockchain including CryptoFights, Haste Arcade, Sato Runner, and Duro Dogs.
So many people are stuck on digital currency price, NFTs, ICOs and other buzzwords that dominate the media, yet the ability to do tiny payments is way more than a bubble on the brink of bursting.
The next phase of the evolution in financial settlements will arise from the mass adoption of blockchain. At CoinGeek Zurich, a panel of experts discussed the impact this will have on the global digital economy.
The HandCash Hackathon is targeting individuals who have never built on the BSV blockchain or any other digital currency network before.
In a new episode of The Crypto Vigilante, host Rafael LaVerde and HandCash CEO Alex Agut takes a deep dive into the platform’s vision and focus.
Duro is a unit of account that refers to 500 satoshis on the Bitcoin SV network, which HandCash says will make pricing and payments for small items easier.
Duro equate to groups of 500 satoshis, with no decimals. This is crucial for accomplishing one thing that's never been done before: pricing digital goods and in-app actions in a universal, internet native currency.
HandCash will be giving prizes to the hackathon contestants that come in first through tenth place, according to HandCash co-founder and CTO Rafael Jimenez Seibane.
Elon Musk has announced that Tesla bought 1.5 billion dollars’ worth of BTC which he intends to do nothing with so that it will lose velocity on the company books for the foreseeable future.