Solend, the algorithmic, decentralized protocol for lending and borrowing on Solana, has been scrambling to mitigate the risks that are present on its platform.
Though developers quickly applied band-aid measures and flipped Solana's power switch off and on once again, the user community is becoming more vocal in its dissatisfaction with the recurring problems.
In his recent video, Joshua Henslee talks about how Bitcoin is and always was supposed to be cash, how it should be used, the inefficiency of the current payments system, and the need for Bitcoin.
The future of blockchain technology belongs to a scalable blockchain—and the only blockchain that has a chance of scaling to meet global demand is Bitcoin SV, according to Unbounded Capital.
Many blockchains and digital currencies assert to be “decentralized,” however, its short history has proven this to be demonstrably false, as several incidents have occurred in the past six years proving so.
The Solana transaction submission process is susceptible to front running, and consequently, trading on DEX's is much riskier, especially on leveraged products.
Despite all of the drama grabbing the headlines with regards to Ethereum and Solana during the last few days, BSV quietly processes transactions at scale for fees of fractions of a penny.
The 10th episode of Isaac Morehouse’s “Tiny Payments are a Big Deal” series features Joe DePinto and Dan Wagner of Haste Arcade, one of the most innovative gaming applications in the blockchain space.
Joshua Henslee and SLictionary founder John "Jack" Pitts discussed why he takes such a large gamble dedicating the next 20 years to BSV.
In part five of his "Tiny Payments are a big deal" video series, Isaac Morehouse talks to BitPing's Dean Little about micropayments, which Bitcoin protocol works best, and more.
After dealing with several humiliating blockchain failures in the past year, Solana just lost $320 million worth of Ethereum from its DeFi token bridge ‘wormhole.’ That’s 90,000 ETH tokens in all.