Eli Afram debunks the prevailing rhetoric that blockchains don’t scale, or they don’t scale well.
Bitcoin SV wins not only in technical capabilities, but judging by the metrics from February it shows that it is the most frequently used and remains the cheapest by far.
On the sidelines of CoinGeek London 2020, the nChain CTO gives an overview of what the Genesis upgrade brought and where BSV is headed.
Joshua Henslee talks to BSV Node Team lead developer Daniel Connolly to establish a common understanding in the BSV society of what Teranode is and address common questions that arise.
Teranode is nChain's version of the Bitcoin protocol aimed at enterprise-scale applications, on networks that process massive amounts of data.
As the first major Bitcoin SV focused event since the Genesis upgrade, attendees can expect several of the discussions at the CoinGeek Conference in London to explain its technical workings.
Joshua Henslee seeks to establish clarity on some common questions about the upcoming Genesis upgrade on February 4.
On January 25, the BSV Scaling Testnet proved it's capable of something far greater—mining a block of just over 1GB.
Since Bitcoin Independence Day, we have seen an explosion of growth on BSV and it is just getting (re)started in 2020.
nChain’s lead developer Daniel Connolly revealed the progress his team has made with the Teranode project which seeks to make BSV the undisputed enterprise blockchain.