What sets Run apart from other token standards is the SDK’s ease of use, extensive documentation, and interactivity, Joshua Henslee writes.
RelayX has launched the second token on the RUN protocol—OKBSV—which is a derivative of actual BSV held on OKEx and FloatSV.
USDC is the first publicly available token on BSV and Run 0.6, a token protocol that is not yet publicly released.
USDC is the very first stablecoin to launch on the Bitcoin blockchain (BSV) thanks to a partnership between RelayX and Run.
CEO Brenton Gunning explains how Run on Bitcoin platform helps developers create tokenized software assets and applications on top of the Bitcoin SV network.
The second day of the Bitcoin SV DevCon 2020 focused on the frameworks for building applications on the Bitcoin blockchain.
As more simple, easy to implement token solutions emerge, Bitcoin SV is poised to dominate in the token space.
Brenton Gunning of Run and James Belding of Tokenized are building platforms for developers to tokenize assets on the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
Jack Laskey of Unbounded Capital talks about the key advantages of applications that use Bitcoin’s public ledger as the server.