Representatives from Twetch, TonicPow and TrueReviews took the virtual stage on Day 2 of CoinGeek Live to discuss how BSV has enabled new models for digital media and user content.
With Bitcoin SV, one business you might think of as consumer-facing is actually, at heart, for enterprises, and another enterprise platform is ultimately designed for consumers.
Episode 2 of the CoinGeek RoundTable delves into the broken Internet and the power vested in Bitcoin to fix it, with host Kurt Wuckert Jr.
The second episode of the CoinGeek RoundTable will premiere on August 4, with the panel discussing “How Bitcoin Fixes the Internet.”
Luke Rohenaz shares TonicPow’s Bitcoin SV Hackathon experience, their recent investment from Calvin Ayre, as well as their future plans.
The Bitcoin Association 2020 Bitcoin SV Virtual Hackathon will begin on June 23, and will run for eight weeks with a prize pool of $100,000.
TonicPow is a peer-to-peer digital advertising system. For individual users, it is an easy way to earn small amounts of Bitcoin recommending things you like to your friends and family.
By combining the features of TonicPow and Streamanity, the Bitcoin community can create a flurry of BSV transactions that allow people to come in and start earning, potentially being one of the best solutions to the well-known onboarding problem.
With its extremely low fees and fast transactions, BSV is enabling businesses to re-imagine their business models.
With a dedicated share link, users can refer others to RelayX superwallet while earning a $0.01 referral fee in BSV for their trouble.
In an interview with CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero during the CoinGeek Toronto conference, the TonicPow team explained why they decided to build on the only Bitcoin project that upholds Satoshi’s vision.