At the first BSV Global Blockchain Convention, DeFiance Media got a chance to catch up with some of BSV’s leading personalities who talked about their current projects and the power of BSV.
Day 1 of the BSV Global Blockchain Convention showcased a panel that discussed the growing interest in Web3, NFTs, and blockchain among brands, retail businesses, investors, and consumers.
Harnessing the powers of the latest technology to help combat problem gambling, keep regulators happy and avoid player disputes was a recurring theme throughout KnowNow’s Player Protection Forum, and this is where nChain’s Kensei Connect comes in.
Using blockchain powered currency as simply a means of funding wallets is a missed opportunity—that’s the main message that serial entrepreneur Phillip Runyan wants to share with senior execs from the gambling industry.
Phillip Runyan joined CoinGeek Backstage host Patrick Thompson following his panel discussion at CoinGeek New York to discuss how Veridat is solving the lack of trust in society on BSV.
CoinGeek’s Kurt Wuckert Jr. caught up with actor and UN Environment Programme Regional Goodwill Ambassador Adrian Grenier and Veridat’s Phil Runyan to discuss their current projects.
Phillip Runyan of Veridat joins CoinGeek Backstage to talk about the reception BSV has gotten around the world and how Veridat is growing and evolving.
Panelists from EHR Data, VXPASS, JuvaTech and Veridat will engage in discussions on opportunities that blockchain technology allow to ensure health data is unalterable, secure and auditable.
Phillip Runyan says Bitcoin-powered Veridat allows auditors to access information on clinical trials, on a transaction to transaction basis.
This episode takes a deep dive into the world of gaming and iGaming with Resorts Digital Gaming CEO Ed Andrewes, BitBoss CEO and co-founder Matt Dickson, and Hold Gaming CEO and founder Phillip Runyan.
Looking ahead into 2021 and beyond, the use of Bitcoin SV technology within the gambling industry space is ready to explode and we can already see the beginnings of it, Becky Liggero-Fontana writes.