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?
In the name of bullishness, BTC has joined the mainstream, and not on Bitcoin’s terms, but completely on the terms of the centralized systems of power that have kept economies planned, stratified and polarized since the beginning of the central bank era.
Binance is the subject of an active investigation by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for potentially offering digital asset derivative products to U.S. citizens in contravention of U.S. regulations.
In this episode, Kurt opted to take questions from his live viewers where he answers each one candidly. He discussed a multitude of issues, engaging his viewers from start to the end of the livestream.
Bitcoin has moved on, but it’s silly to see Bitcoin.com chairman Roger Ver still pushing so exclusively for BCH, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
The Bitcoin Cash Node team, backed by Roger Ver and a number of exchanges, is claiming a clear victory in the latest BCH chain split.
There is a rising wave of indictments and litigation finally bringing these exchanges—and their employees—to justice.
The wheels of the Roger Ver-led PR machine continue to turn as Coinbase announced it will be supporting BCH in the imminent split between BCH and ABC.
Larry Dean Harmon is accused of willfully failing to properly register Helix and Coin Ninja and willfully failing to implement an effective anti-money laundering program within either business.