The event laid out the Technical Standards Committee’s proposed roadmap, before inviting input from stakeholders keen to help shape the future direction of the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
The amount of energy that Bitcoin, especially Bitcoin mining operations, consume has been a hot-button issue since the inception of Bitcoin.
The Bitcoin SV Technical Standards Committee is hosting a free webinar to look at how technical standards are pushing excellence and enhancing utility for blockchain developers.
The VXPass team and Dr. Gibbons explored a range of topics related to technological innovation in healthcare and how it can be used to increase efficiency across the board.
The panel covers a range of topics that lawyers, prospective lawyers, and any individual or business that needs to navigate the laws surrounding blockchain and digital currency would find useful.
The Albany Law School webinar, set for February 25, seeks to answer some of the pressing questions regarding law and legal issues and how they relate to blockchain and digital currency.
In his presentation, James Belding stressed how beneficial it will be when people are able to manage everything important in their lives on one interface.
Bitcoin Association curriculum specialist Evan Freeman recommends four key areas to keep in mind when building on Bitcoin.
Brendan Lee hosted a session on constructing transactions with Bitcoin Script as part of the Bitcoin SV Hackathon webinar series.
nChain researcher Chloe Tartan walked through the history of provably fair and its meaning to iGaming, explaining some of the concept’s tricky aspects.
Titled “Why Bitcoin Will Trump Blockchain For Enterprise Cloud in 2020,” the upcoming free webinar will explore fundamental topics around the technology, building on the success of the first webinar back in October.