Unlike previous Bitcoin wallets, Panda Wallet, which runs on the BSV blockchain, is open-sourced, has web application APIs, and fully supports 1Sat Ordinals token.
Google’s Privacy Sandbox has now been rolled out to 97% of users, and it offers a local privacy-preserving alternative to the widespread tracking cookies.
Detractors were quick to criticize BSV blockchain's record-breaking 128M transactions as inorganic as other blockchains struggle to emulate what it can do, but the feat also revealed cracks in the ecosystem.
While it is no doubt that the BSV blockchain is ready for on-chain gaming, the same can't be said for builders, who may need to up their competitiveness and marketing approach to ride the wave.
BitSurf is making waves as it relaunched as an independent social network, bringing unique features that allow users to create interactive content and grow the community.
On this episode of CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, host Kurt Wuckert Jr. discusses 1SatOrdinals, while also answering some spicy questions about Bitcoin and the BSV space.
One does not have to be a writer to earn with Paper, as curators can earn as well. If curators share an article and customers unlock the content via their link, they earn 5% of the payment real-time.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. takes questions about Bitcoin and blockchain on this episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream broadcasted from the South Florida Bitcoin Citadel.
Twetch came out with a bunch of tooling within 48 hours of the public explosion of Ordinals NFTs and launched a mint of 69 “Planetary Ordinals” to kick off the party.
In this series finale, Joshua Henslee gets an exclusive interview with BSV user mrkozak, who openly shares his experience using the tech, how it can be improved, and his interest in RPG.
CoinGeek Roundtable is back with Joshua Henslee discussing open social protocols on Bitcoin with TonicPow's Luke Rohenaz, VXPASS' Zach Weiner, and Siggi.