The founder of RelayX and FloatSV took to the stage at the CoinGeek London Conference to talk about powering real-time micropayments with BSV.
Several events and meetups are happening outside of the CoinGeek London conference taking place on February 20 and 21 in London.
The developers at the CambrianSV Bootcamp in Lisbon took time off from coding to pay their respects to Lisbon’s great historical figures.
The first day of the CambrianSV bootcamp in Lisbon gave a chance for the different teams of developers and entrepreneurs to introduce themselves and talk about what they want to achieve during the week.
CambrianSV Bootcamp was the first-of-its-kind global BSV developer get-together, organized by the people behind the RelayX superwallet along with Bitcoin Association.
Announcing a series of product updates, RelayX said it would allow users greater flexibility and control over their cryptocurrency payments.
With a dedicated share link, users can refer others to RelayX superwallet while earning a $0.01 referral fee in BSV for their trouble.
Jack Liu of RelayX talks about how his team is paving the way for businesses to transition from the existing money world into Bitcoin as painless as possible.
The eagerly anticipated first of its kind Proof of Work Bitcoin SV (BSV) Developers Bootcamp kicks off on August 30, and the excitement is palpable.
On August 30, developers from across the world will congregate in the island of Bali, Indonesia, for the first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp.
Ella Qiang of RelayX explained to CoinGeek what sets the bootcamp from the rest—aside from it being the first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp.