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.
This week, we check into the recent U.S. Senate hearing exploring the digitization of money, SeafoodChain’s pilot launch, and Twetch’s latest win.
The inability to execute micropayments on the web creates unintended consequence of making political views and popularity as the driver of eligibility for monetization.
A large transaction recently took place on Twetch, involving a piece of art with religious and secular symbolism.
What differs from Bico.media, BitFS and others is a BitcoinFiles nice user interface to upload and share links to keep track of uploaded files.
The default completion feature had been hiding in plain sight for months inside the browser's open-source code on GitHub.