When properly incentivized, Bitcoin is capable of an unfathomable amount of throughput and flexibility that can dwarf Visa, MasterCard, SWIFT, ACH and all of the data management networks on earth.
No other blockchain today is capable of processing transaction blocks that large, at a cost to users (in transaction fees) that makes it feasible for business and other large organizations' use at scale.
Bitcoin's transaction capacity just keep getting bigger, and this week's record is 16,415,525 transactions in a single block—the highest number on any blockchain, ever.
Bitcoin BSV is the blockchain for big data and enterprise, and people in the know say we'll be hearing a lot more about this in 2021.
The Genesis upgrade on Bitcoin SV is revolutionizing how enterprises can view blockchain adoption. %%sitename%% news for %%date%%.
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.