Rival business models are exploring microtransactions for consumer apps on Bitcoin SV as replacements for ‘surveillance capitalism.
This week in digital currency and blockchain, we see the winds of greater regulation start to blow across the sector.
What’s unique, appealing, and different about PowPing is that every action within the social media platform—except for tipping—is free.
Joshua Henslee took an in-depth look at five developer tools that will help software engineers build on Bitcoin.
'TXT' is a way of creating "semantic Bitcoin storage," which will make storing, organizing transaction-based information on Metanet easier.
Minercraft can be installed on a software or run inside a browser, and currently supports those running the beta version of the Bitcoin Merchant API.
Bitbus 2.0 essentially deprecates the older Planaria APIs as the increased transaction volume has revealed the flaws in its design.
A lot of Planaria’s work can be a bit hard to understand at first. Sean Pollock was at CoinGeek London to walk us through it.
Joshua Henslee’s new YouTube channel will feature coding tutorials demonstrating how easy it is to start building on top of Bitcoin SV.
Bitsocket 2.0 is the professional version of the server-side event tool that unwriter released over a year ago.
The Unbounded Capital team asks entrepreneurial leaders what is there to be excited about Bitcoin SV?