The block, which was mined on February 6, had 188,101 transactions and collected 9.7 BSV in fees, coming just weeks after TAAL announced a max block size of 4GB.
Enterprise blockchain services provider TAAL has completed an upgrade to its infrastructure that anticipates a big increase in data volumes flowing through the BSV network in the near future.
As the outgoing CEO of TAAL Distributed Information Technologies Inc., Stefan Matthews is pleased with the health of the business he’s handing on to his successor: “Things are going very well at TAAL.”
The token craze has taken off on BSV recently, and it is finally refreshing to see so many ambitious projects take advantage of the unbounded possibilities and scalability of the BSV blockchain.
Richard Baker is well-positioned to take over as chief executive, and his time on TAAL's Board appears to have been in preparation for his ascension to the CEO role.
Kal Suurkask, the chief commercial officer at TAAL, explained the company’s approach to ushering in the future of blockchain transaction processing.
TAAL’s wholly-owned WhatsOnChain brand continues to deliver on promise to be the world’s BSV block explorer, attracting 2,000,000 monthly page views over previous two months.
BTC's Taproot update, billed as the most significant "upgrade" to the protocol since SegWit activation in 2017, is set to gain miner support after all.
TAAL continues to make progress on its plans to deploy additional digital asset hashing equipment in Canada, and, as announced on May 21, 2021, recently purchased an additional 3,000 machines
The purchase aligns with TAAL's strategic goals to increase its transaction processing capacity to meet the demands of enterprise customers adopting blockchain technology.
Data volumes, data veracity, long-term data security—Paul Chiari is all about data projects on Bitcoin, and he tells us about them in this week's episode of The Bitcoin Bridge.