Vaionex announced the launch of the easy-to-use Relysia web super-wallet, which it has been beta-testing for six months now with 22 partnering companies.
Ayre Ventures, the investment group founded by Calvin Ayre, has closed a $1.23 million funding round with Vaionex Corporation, the Blockchain-as-a-Service firm that has become a crucial part of the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
Co-founded by Robin Kohze and Dr. Samuel Schmidt, Vaionex aims to reduce BSV development time by as much as 95%, while eliminating the friction that prevents companies from embracing blockchain technology on their own.
Founder and CEO of Vaionex, Robin Kohze, proved at the BSV Global Blockchain Convention that a frictionless use of the BSV blockchain is necessary and possible.
As the number of applications being built on BSV increases exponentially, user-friendly wallets with next-generation features are being developed in tandem. That’s exactly what Vaionex outlined when it pitched Relysia.
With the CoinGeek Conference in New York right around the corner, CoinGeek caught up with Robin Kohze of event sponsor Vaionex, to find out more about their work, and the latest in the company.
On Day 2 of the CoinGeek Zurich conference, Kurt Wuckert, Jr. and Natalie Mason led the afternoon session of CoinGeek TV, catching up with Michael Hudson of Bitstocks and Robin Kohze of Vaionex Corporation.
Vaionex is one of the gold sponsors of the 7th CoinGeek Conference—taking place in Zurich, Switzerland, on June 8-10.
On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Vaionex CEO Robin Kohze tells Charles Miller that while working on his academic and entrepreneurial activities simultaneously is a challenge, it keeps his ambitions aligned.
In an interview with Bitcoin Association, Vaionex founder Robin Kohze discusses BitcoinSVDevelopers.com and how it can best serve the emerging Bitcoin SV developer ecosystem.
Vaionex founder and CEO Robin Kohze recently guested on the Bitstocks podcast episode 41 to talk about “The Challenges of Building on Bitcoin.”