Social media CEOs from tech giants like Twitter and Facebook were able to build some of the greatest wealth (and power) in the world's history by selling their users' aggregate data.
On the latest CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, host Kurt Wuckert Jr. answered the fans' questions about how the original Bitcoin works, what it can do, and a lot more.
Bitchat is a revival of an _unwriter application launched in early 2019. This time, Bitchat relies on more robust infrastructure and protocols, such as the imminent JungleBus API, and Bitcoin Schema protocols.
In the latest installment of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, Bitping CEO Dean Little talks about building applications on the blockchain, how the tooling mechanism on BSV can be improved, and more.
With the protocol wars complete (and BSV handily ahead of the pack), the competition has moved up to business application and service level competition, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Bitpost is yet another attempt at filling the gaping blogging hole that Bitcoin SV has had for quite some time now, Joshua Henslee writes.
Glenn Wolfe gave a presentation on TXT at the recently held Bitcoin SV DevCon 2020, providing the audience an overview of Planaria’s suite of tools.
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.