Latif Ladid talks to CoinGeek Backstage about a project close to his heart—food supply chain—and how blockchain could be a key to improving the sector and aiding countries in tackling food scarcity.
Owen Vaughan shares why IPv6 is the main area for research at nChain and how it inspires Bitcoin creation, its adaptability, and more.
In this interview with CoinGeek Backstage, Dr. Jack Rogers shared the motives behind his plans to get more people to learn Bitcoin and drives them to continue what Satoshi Nakamoto started.
Wuckert tells CoinGeek Backstage that BSV hitting 35 million transactions a day in 2022 is only the beginning for the blockchain space, and more is in store for the BSV ecosystem.
Dr. Craig Wright shared on the sidelines of the IEEE in Exeter Blockchain event how he's educating the public with IPv6, his view on private blockchains and unified ledger, advertising, and more.
Joshua Henslee shares his latest project with CoinGeek Backstage and his thoughts on the dwindling price of BSV, which he said won't matter in the long run.
In this interview with CoinGeek Backstage, Isaac Morehouse highlights the actual utility of micropayments and how micro-transactions could massively shape the online gaming industry.
In this CoinGeek Backstage episode, Latif Ladid shared his journey with the Future Networks World Forum event and how they promote IPV6, 5G, IoT, and blockchain.
Ralph Wallace shared on the sidelines of the Future Networks World Forum in Montreal how the U.S. task force uses IPv6 and how to start innovating with this new iteration of the internet.
Giovanni Franzese, the head of enterprise blockchain execution at Ericsson, shared some use cases of blockchain tech, their initiative using the technology, and the products they are launching.
Muhammad Mughal noted that sharia-compliant banking is still finding its way into the blockchain and Bitcoin ecosystem, but he believes the potential is enormous.