On this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Dr. Maximilian Sinan Korkmaz talks about his new project, my2cents, which was launched earlier this year.
Real World Podcasts is a new content creation platform built atop Bitcoin SV, where content creators can upload videos to the platform, earning per view ($0.15) or a monthly subscription model for $7.77.
The risks of investing in digital assets were highlighted once again following the charges slapped against a Utah man who allegedly scammed investors over $2 million through social media.
Drawing from his experiences, Dr. Craig Wright tackles in his paper how anonymity brings power and how social media interaction can control the public's mind, leading to the distortion of the truth.
LaMint is a standalone platform that allows users to price their uploads at anywhere between US$0.01 and US$50, thanks to fast and easy micropayments on the BSV blockchain.
Joshua Henslee zooms in on why people hold digital currencies, the challenges of adopting these assets as payment, and the social engineering behind Bitcoin.
Instead of making money from harvesting user data and selling it on to third parties, as so many leading technology companies do currently, NOBL will use a micropayment system.
It's the latest development in a public saga now involving the richest man in the world, US$44 billion, one of the internet's best-known social networks, and even a former President of the United States.
Milestone 3 for HeartMail includes the ability to register Money Button paymails previously bought when that market was introduced in 2019, as well as a referral system.
On his YouTube Channel, Bitcoin entrepreneur and developer Ryan X. Charles announced that Heartmail account owners could register their paymail addresses for free, for a limited time.
In this episode of The Bitcoin Bridge, LaMint's co-founders and co-CEOs discuss how 99% of social media posts are not monetized and how they aim to enable influencers earn from their content.