Connor Murray joined this episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream to celebrate Bitcoin Independence Day and discuss what’s happening in the B SV ecosystem and wider digital currency markets.
The plan, which wipes out Ordinary Series A shareholders, including the founders, was proposed by CEO Mark Lamb, and received 99% backing in a recent vote.
For ‘crypto’ insiders, one’s opinion on Bitcoin SV (BSV) appears less based on the technology’s merits than on how closely one is linked to Roger Ver.
In a blogpost, CoinFLEX detailed how it has filed for restructuring in Seychelles, which will enable it to issue rvUSD tokens, equity, and locked FLEX tokens to depositors.
The cuts will reduce overheads by up to 60%, CoinFLEX says, further hinting at acquisition possibility even as its $84 million dispute with Roger Ver continues.
The process could take up to 12 months, but CoinFLEX says it’s confident that the HKIAC will rule its way and allow it to pursue Roger Ver’s worldwide assets.
Early ‘crypto’ backer Roger Ver has been fingered as the individual whose alleged financial shortcomings caused a recent halt in withdrawals at an exchange in which he is an investor.
Kraken was founded in 2011 by Jesse Powell while visiting his friend Roger Ver in Tokyo to deal with the aftermath of an early security breach at Mt. Gox exchange.
In part five of his "Tiny payments are a big deal" video series, Isaac Morehouse interviews Twetch co-founder Randy to discuss how they built the social media application on BSV.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. is in Las Vegas for the CES, and on Day 1, he talked about the event and how the BSV booth was faring, why forking is a bad idea, and a Kurt v Roger Ver bout.
The court is the perfect venue for resolving disputes, particularly those involving allegations of fraud or, on the other side of the coin, libel. Why, then, are all of Dr. Wright’s critics so keen to avoid it?