Day two of CoinGeek London Conference was an important day for the history of Bitcoin SV, and Kurt Wuckert Jr. explains why.
On Day 2 of the CoinGeek London Conference, Looter, Memento, and ActivitySV all shared their visions for the companies they are building.
Bitcoin Association’s BSV Venture Pitch Day gives some developers the chance to present their business to investors, gaining invaluable feedback if not financial backing from industry stakeholders.
Part of the CoinGeek Conference in London is Bitcoin Association’s BSV Venture Pitch Day, where aspiring entrepreneurs pitch their Bitcoin SV businesses and ideas to a room full of investors.
Yen Point aims to provide the second layer of bitcoin for Japanese commerce, giving access to yen transactions on the BSV blockchain.
The Bitcoin Association has organized a second Pitch Day, this time taking place right before CoinGeek London on February 18, 2020.
GearSV aims to provide an onramp for smart contract developers to build and run contracts on the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
Bryan Daugherty is using his experience in web development, marketing and WordPress commerce in the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
Wheedl removes the middle man—the social network, which currently takes ownership of content without paying creators directly and monetizes that content through its platform.
Rogelio Reyna said Binde is dedicated to improving productivity within legal tech on the Latin American continent through the use of blockchain, and specifically BSV.
Investor an entrepreneur John Goldberg shares with CoinGeek.com’s Bill Beatty his method for placing a valuation on his new startups.