Bitcoin SV (BSV) is igniting cultural changes in the digital currency world as it restores the “Satoshi Vision” of Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
While industry debate rages on, it's worth mentioning that the technical attributes and characteristics of the various cryptocurrencies merely enables them to be considered as potential denationalized, non-inflationary money systems.
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With over 2.2 million users across 182 countries, CoinPayments’ move to integrate BSV on its multi-cryptocurrency platform brings the crypto closer to its goal of becoming the world’s new money used by millions of people.
Dan Held may be a notable cryptocurrency veteran and a former executive with Blockchain.com, but several recent Twitter posts offering his take on digital currencies and, in particular, the interpretation of the original Satoshi’s Vision miss the mark.
What is Bitcoin SV (BSV)? It’s the original Bitcoin, the only cryptocurrency that follows the original Satoshi Vision for Bitcoin.
10 years ago Bitcoin genesis block was established. To celebrate this pivotal moment for the industry Commemorative Silver Coins were created. Inside each of 60gm fine silver coins there’s a capsule with the genesis block encoded in DNA. A total of 42 coins were made with 21 being auctioned.
The ~60gm silver coins will be tokenized to hold provenance information on Bitcoin as each coin is also uniquely identifiable.
I’d like to start off with my personal view of what Bitcoin is. Bitcoin is sound money for the entire world to use. I believe that the current economic model as designed by Satoshi Nakamoto works, today.
When the August 2017 hard fork took place, it did not create a new coin. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) was the rebirth of Bitcoin on the original blockchain—and one that stays true to the Satoshi Vision (SV).
In this interview with CoinGeek's Becky Liggero, the nChain CEO discusses the three pillars of Bitcoin SV-stability, scalability, and security, %%date%%.