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.
This week in Bitcoin, lawmakers in the United States introduced a bill that could pave the way for greater research into blockchain.
Twetch Chat is a fully encrypted messaging platform that allows users to chat privately with anybody on Twetch.
Twetch Chat is colloquially labeled as ‘encrypted AF’ which is to state that only the participants of a conversation can read the messages.
A new Twetch feature will auto-twetch a post replied to on Twitter, and its feed on Twetch is a list of curated tweets from humans archived on the ledger.
Michael Wehrmann caught up with Praxis founder Isaac Morehouse to talk about his Bitcoin videos and how he implements Bitcoin SV in his daily life as freedom seeking entrepreneur.
Rival business models are exploring microtransactions for consumer apps on Bitcoin SV as replacements for ‘surveillance capitalism.
Two Bitcoin SV applications demonstrated a powerful use case during the Twitter hack where top influencers appeared to shill a scam.
Several high profile Twitter accounts were compromised on July 15, and used to promote a digital currency scam.
Ron Austring discussed how EHR Data will be using the Bitcoin blockchain, while Petty explored the future of social networks.
A cornerstone of blockchain-based social media models is that the user owns and profits from what they post on the platform.