LaMint is a standalone platform that allows users to price their uploads at anywhere between US$0.01 and US$50, thanks to fast and easy micropayments on the BSV blockchain.
Relica's Daniel Street and LaMint's Morgan Coleman shared how they were introduce to Bitcoin and what led them to create Relica and LaMint.
Here we are at the end of 2021—was it a good year? In many ways, it was, and in many ways, it wasn't. But it was definitely a year full of major changes that will impact the blockchain industry for a long time to come.
With Relica's Maps 2.0, companies and brands could use the drops for promotions like limited edition token giveaways, discount tokens, or building hype for a separate NFT sale.
Co-founder Daniel Street joined Crypto Bitz to talk about the early days of Relica, why their team chose BSV, and the difference between BTC and Bitcoin SV.
On Day 2 of CoinGeek New York, brothers and co-founders Daniel and Jeremy Street showcase Relica's new features from geo-NFTs, maps, and an NFT Marketplace.
Image-sharing app Relica has officially launched a range of GPS-enabled features, including a treasure hunt with Bitcoin value attached to images.
Bitcoin image app Relica has launched its "pay-to-view" feature, letting creators and influencers set a price for followers to view their uploads.
The Kingdom of Lesotho, a landlocked country in South Africa, has selected blockchain-based VXPASS for its COVID-19 vaccination program rollout.
Bitcoin SV image-sharing app Relica lets anyone turn that huge social media audience into actual income without having to advertise products or find sponsors.
In this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Charles Miller catches up with co-founders Jeremy and Daniel Street to ask about their journey—how Relica came to be, how it’s doing and where it’s heading.