Dr. Walter Wang is all about "tangible" applications that live on the Bitcoin blockchain, as he explains in this week’s The Bitcoin Bridge.
Theory of Bitcoin host Ryan X. Charles of Fabriik Smart Wallet (Money Button) and Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright are joined by sCrypt founder Xiaohui Liu for some Q&A along with the usual discussion.
This week's edition of The Bitcoin Bridge looks at a Bitcoin project that has definitely bridged the Pacific: sCrypt.
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.
Connor Murray examines the history of the claim of Bitcoin’s Turing-completeness, and then creates artificial life that lives inside of Bitcoin forever.
Developers can inspect exactly which higher level sCrypt code correlates to which Bitcoin opcodes which should enable experimentation, functionality and less bugs, Joshua Henslee writes.
Contracts platform sCrypt has published code to a Bitcoin Script version of Conway's Game of Life, as a demonstration that the language is Turing Complete.
The "Bitcoin as a service" (BAAS) toolkit includes a new token solution named "Badge," using technology co-developed with sCrypt.
Xiaohui Liu walks through the complete workflow of the design, development, testing, deployment, and invocation process of smart contracts in sCrypt.
Xiaohui Liu took the virtual stage at the Bitcoin SV DevCon 2020 to teach the audience how to create Bitcoin smart contracts.
With Bitcoin SV, one business you might think of as consumer-facing is actually, at heart, for enterprises, and another enterprise platform is ultimately designed for consumers.