The Bitcoin SV Node team has published a more detailed explanation of the February 4 hard fork that activated Bitcoin v1.0.0, or "Genesis".
BSV continued its impressive Q4 growth as daily transactions reached 843,000 over the weekend—more than twice the number of transactions on the BTC network and eclipsed ETH's 573,000 transactions.
Thanks in part to the Quasar protocol upgrade, Bitcoin SV surpassed the BTC token in the number of daily transactions in November.
Bitcoin is almost 11 years old now, but November 15, 2018 marked the start of a movement to restore Satoshi Nakamoto's original vision—and with it, the technological revolution we were promised in 2009.
UNISOT is one of the most revolutionary platforms on the Bitcoin SV network and is poised to change the core of global supply chains.
On October 1, all businesses should attend the CoinGeek Seoul conference and learn how Bitcoin SV can transform their operations.
Bitcoin SV continues to be the trailblazer, setting an example of how blockchain can increase transaction throughput beyond legacy technology.
London BSV Meetup brings together some of the leading voices on Bitcoin SV, including keynote speakers Alex Mackay, Joe Dalais and Steve Shadders of nChain.
Steve Shadders explained to us that Bitcoin is proving its scaling now so business trust isn’t an issue.
Crypto news sites went wild with stories of failing nodes and forks, but the truth was much more boring.
Having already proven it can handle massive amounts of data, the Bitcoin blockchain needed to also prove it could handle more transactions.