This week, CoinGeek made ‘Web3’ our Word Bounty over at SLictionary. If you think you can define it, and the community agrees that your definition is the best, you could pocket $25 in Bitcoin SV.
The CoinGeek word bounty on SLictionary is now live! There's $25 in BSV up for grabs, and it's all yours if you can craft the best definition of ASICs.
As always, you can attempt to define this word on SLictionary for a shot at $25 worth of BSV or vote for your favorite definitions for less than $0.01 per vote. Have at it!
This week, it’s a word we’re all familiar with: NEWS. We all know what it is, but how would you define it for someone who had never heard of it before?
There are still plenty of words awaiting their first definition that have been there for weeks, like Deja Vu, Texas, California, and happiness, so head over to the SLictionary Word Bounty page today!
This week, CoinGeek is offering $25 for the best definition of Blockhead, which still awaits its first definition. The contest will last for another +7 days.
Word Bounty is an innate feature of SLictionary to pay others to come up with the best definition of a word. And moving forward, CoinGeek will be offering one bounty each week.
John “Jack” Pitts is the founder of BSV application SLictionary, and not long ago, he joined David aka Reverse Long on the Friendly Bear podcast to discuss digital currencies, blockchain technology, and more.
Joshua Henslee and SLictionary founder John "Jack" Pitts discussed why he takes such a large gamble dedicating the next 20 years to BSV.
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.