The Bitcoin SV node team has issued an optional upgrade to the Bitcoin protocol: v1.0.1, aimed at nodes intending to process larger block sizes.
Roger Ver-owned Bitcoin.com has backtracked on its earlier support for autocratically enacting a tax on miners to fund the development of the BCH fork.
Joshua Henslee seeks to establish clarity on some common questions about the upcoming Genesis upgrade on February 4.
The proposal to subsidize development with a 12.5% cut of miners' block rewards has seen mixed reactions from those inside and outside the BCH community.
On January 25, the BSV Scaling Testnet proved it's capable of something far greater—mining a block of just over 1GB.
The so-called “donation” is essentially a tax that all miners will have to give, and miners that fail to follow the new plan will have their BCH blocks orphaned.
The last week has shown a healthy leveling off of the high upward volatility BSV experienced the prior week.
Proxypay enables a website to accept payments from any wallet by creating an ephemeral private key that gets funded with just enough satoshis to pay for the transaction costs and any outputs necessary.
The rewards-based social network being developed by Block.one has reportedly switched away from running on the EOS public blockchain.
Marquez Comelab discusses how the Bitcoin SV network can potentially erode the dominance of current power brands in fintech and payment industry.
Bitsocket 2.0 is the professional version of the server-side event tool that unwriter released over a year ago.