John Pitts talks about Slictionary, a platform built on BSV blockchain, and shares their new product with NFTs called "Word Bounty" on CoinGeek Backstage.
Fabriik’s Eric Bernhard and SLictionary’s John “Jack” Pitts join CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. for CoinGeek TV on Day 2 of the CoinGeek Conference in New York.
SLictionary, the most innovative dictionary in the world, yesterday, October 6 released their STAS token technology feature which will create the first NFTs with cash flows.
By now we know what NFTs are (sort of), but what are they actually for? Sure they can be static collectibles, but those with a longer vision think they could—and should—be far more meaningful.
On the latest episode of More Than Money, SLictionary co-founder and CEO John “Jack” Pitts talks about SLictionary, a platform built on the BSV blockchain that allows users to add words, definitions, images, and an audio file pronouncing that word in their accent or style and get paid for it.
John Pitts joins CoinGeek Backstage on the sidelines of the event to discuss why the data aspect of Bitcoin may be its most valuable asset as well as what the future holds for SLictionary.
Fabriik has set a new record with the $20 bounty it has listed on Slictionary–this is a new all time high bounty price on Slictionary.
The next phase of the evolution in financial settlements will arise from the mass adoption of blockchain. At CoinGeek Zurich, a panel of experts discussed the impact this will have on the global digital economy.
Is there trouble in the digital currency paradise? With significant movement happening in the space, governments around the world are reacting, and it is not always positive for the ‘bad eggs’ in the basket.
SLictionary, which stands for self-learning dictionary, works on the principle that language is a living thing, evolving over time and with new words added by the communities that use them.