In the latest episode of the Bitstocks podcast—and its first for 2021—founder and CEO Michael Hudson virtually sits down with RelayX CEO Jack Liu.
CoinGeek's new weekly video show on Streamanity, premieres this week with the man in charge of Streamanity itself, Jack Liu.
The card will have novel features like a built-in paymail, enabling immediate direct deposits from other wallets and applications.
Here is a recap of some of the biggest developments in the Bitcoin BSV for payments space that we saw in 2020 and the companies that made these developments possible.
If you are not already on Twetch you will want to sign up for it ASAP, there is no other social media app that lets its users profit by posting or own their own data.
TDXP only takes custody upon the execution of the trade and leverages the instant transaction capability of Bitcoin to do so, Joshua Henslee writes.
This week’s top story is about the blockchain-based social media application that recently launched and now challenges social media powerhouse Instagram.
RelayX has launched the second token on the RUN protocol—OKBSV—which is a derivative of actual BSV held on OKEx and FloatSV.
With Money Button's acquisition by the Bayesian Group and RelayX's launch of the USDC stablecoin, Bitcoin wallets are entering a new era.
RelayX founder Jack Liu talks to Dr. Michael Wehrmann about the success of Streamanity, onboarding new content creators and how to grow Bitcoin SV’s user base in general.
RelayX recently announced that they will be launching a web wallet and that their movile and web wallet will support tokens launched via RUN protocol.