With its technical backbone now fully available, Tokenized can focus on bringing more clients into the Bitcoin world and looking at solving their specific business problems.
The law would give parity of status between smart contracts and other types of contracts, with distributed ledger technology formally considered a secure electronic store of record.
In the latest Bitstocks podcast, Joshua Henslee sits down with Michael Hudson to explore currently popular topics—tokens—within Bitcoin and the greater blockchain ecosystem.
Bitcoin Token Exchange went live on March 6, and is currently the most functional—and only—decentralized exchange for tokens that is up and running on Bitcoin SV.
The Gorilla DAO is only two weeks (14 days) old, but already has a significant amount of gravity with 90170 out of 2.1 million Ape Tokens in circulation and 492.43 BSV in the Gorilla Treasury.
Senate Bill 303 is described in the preamble as “an act relating to electronic transactions by permitting the use of distributed ledger technology and smart contracts” in the state.
This week's edition of The Bitcoin Bridge looks at a Bitcoin project that has definitely bridged the Pacific: sCrypt.
In this episode of "Theory of Bitcoin," Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles discuss legal ownership and how it could be enforced, as well as the ways Bitcoin can be used to link EDI processes in businesses.
For most normal people, the Ethereum blockchain is pretty much unusable for average size transactions—costing about $60 to send an ERC20 token, Jacob Rozen writes.
The law went into effect on December 29, with the government giving the public six months before it starts applying it.
Patrick Thompson takes a closer look at the DeFi hacks of 2020, and how the attacker was able to pull off the exploit resulting in the loss of at least $154 million.