Joshua Henslee and Zach Resnick from Unbounded Capital recently caught up to discuss the origins of the venture capital firm, its micropayments thesis, and much more.
Joshua Henslee recounts his experience attending the Unbounded Capital Summit this year as an advisor, saying investors nowadays look for firms that use tokens as a commodity.
Today BSV is pushing forward in demonstrating what Bitcoin as a scalable blockchain can do when used properly, and the critics of the blockchain industry are beginning to look sillier to fresh eyes.
The inaugural Unbounded Capital Annual Summit took place in New York City at the trendy Dream Downtown, an invite-only event for partners, venture and hedge fund managers, fintech and blockchain entrepreneurs, institutional and family office investors.
In the shadow of Chelsea Market, some key figures and founders of the BSV economy walked past glowing NFT art on the walls of the lobby to entice investors with stories of the businesses running on the most scalable blockchain on earth.
Unbounded Capital will hold a summit in New York City where experts and investors can engage and discuss the challenges and developments in the blockchain industry while working on improving market awareness.
At present people see NFTs as static images, art, etc., or representing a plot of land, but the terminology and structures will change and improve over time, including interoperability across blockchains.
The future of blockchain technology belongs to a scalable blockchain—and the only blockchain that has a chance of scaling to meet global demand is Bitcoin SV, according to Unbounded Capital.
Unbounded Capital co-founder Zach Resnick joins the latest episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream to talk about his experience in trading and managing people's money that led him to investing.
Unbounded Capital analyst Sina Nazari joins Jon Southurst on The Bitcoin Bridge to share his journey that led him to discover the BSV blockchain and its goldmine of potential.
Joshua Henslee travels to South Beach in Miami for the weekend of April 8 to attend several Bitcoin and blockchain related events, reminding him which reminded him that such lacking opportunities to meet in person over the last two years have sorely been missed.