At the recent CoinGeek Conference in Zurich, Bitcoin Association’s Lise Li assembled a panel of Chinese developers to hear more about projects already underway on the BSV blockchain.
BSV is offering gaming platforms new ways to engage players while also offering developers relief from their lingering Ethereum-based headaches.
Watch the latest episode of The Bitcoin Bridge to learn how Gu Lu and his team are using their projects to discover what they can do with Bitcoin and how it will eventually create better experiences for users.
Forty of talented developers gathered last week on the beautiful island of Dong’ao, in Guangdong province, to attend the Bitcoin Association’s Bitcoin SV Bootcamp.
Jon Southurst takes a look at some of the developments around the Asia-Pacific region in 2020, and where they might go in the years to come.
Bitcoin Association teamed up with SatoPlay to host the event which sought to equip developers with the insight and tools they need to build on the Bitcoin blockchain.
Bitcoin Association’s latest webinar turns its focus towards the Asia-Pacific region and the projects that sometimes don’t get much airtime outside their local markets.
The Bitcoin Association will host a Bitcoin SV application development conference in Shenzhen, China on October 24.
Bitcoin Association, the Switzerland-based global industry organisation that works to advance business with the Bitcoin SV blockchain, today announces that it will host a Bitcoin SV application development conference in Shenzhen, China on October 24.
The idea behind SatoPlay is to develop games that are different from the existing betting and gambling businesses that are using blockchain technologies.
BSV-powered SatoPlay is building on its success by announcing its first third-party game, Leap Day Birds.