BTC investor Tim Draper doesn’t trust anyone who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, likely because the person most publicly associated with that claim would say Draper is backing the wrong horse … again.
CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. takes us to Miami, where people gather to talk about the so-called “giant Frankenstein monster”—aka BTC. Watch Kurt as he walks around Wynwood asking guests about their favorite thing about Bitcoin, and he even stops venture capitalist Tim Draper to talk about what got him excited about digital currency as well as his thoughts on tokenization.
2021 will be the year Bitcoin SV (BSV) proves itself at the enterprise level, showing it can handle big data applications better than anything that's come before.
Coinify, a Copenhagen-based payment gateway, has just added Bitcoin SV (BSV) to the 15 or so cryptocurrencies it supports.
Lorien Gamaroff, CEO and co-founder of the wallet-provider Centbee, is shown how easily his wallet works with a crypto ATM by Ryan Andallo, COO of BCB ATM.
Joannes Vermorel, founder of quantitative supply chain Lokad, talks about how the Terab project’s main goal is to make the word UTXO challenge so boring that people wouldn’t even describe it as a challenge anymore.
CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero spoke to Riad Hartani of Xona Partners, who looks at how blockchain technology will impact markets across the world.
Today’s In Focus features StackTrek, a private enterprise working with various governments in creating tech economies in developing countries. Its goal is to attract foreign investments, generate new tech job opportunities, and improve tech education quality.