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?
In this series, Joshua Henslee reviews more application related tools that developer unwriter has released over the second half of 2019.
Through the integration of Paymail, bitpic gives users the ability to upload and permanently store their avatar on BSV.
In this series, Joshua Henslee reviews each tool released since CoinGeek Conference in Toronto in hopes of summarizing what unwriter has been up to in the latter half of 2019.
Unwriter has released a Bitwork update, fixing issues and bugs and now letting you connect to remote Bitcoin nodes.
Rather than follow a traditional VC-led funding round, unwriter opted for "mass syndication" because he was already receiving unsolicited investment interest.
If you’re either a developer needing an easier database of public keys, or a user wanting to build a reputation, Bitkey is here.
In his November 2018 post, republished from Medium, Bitcoin developer Unwriter shares his thoughts on the hash war why BCH is no longer sound money.
Unwriter has made another amazing service for the Bitcoin blockchain, potentially bringing BTC and BSV together.