The Bitcoin event of the year—CoinGeek Live 2020—is finally upon us, with the action getting underway from September 30 to October 2.
Recent news about the possibility of nano-payments on Bitcoin SV is inspiring ideas for a whole new field of applications.
Another busy week in blockchain, as we head rapidly towards the next CoinGeek Live Conference on September 30-October 2.
This week, we spoke to the co-founder and CEO of Centbee, Lorien Gamaroff, and Centbee marketing consultant, Heidi Patmore, as they discuss a range of new services that are now available in their wallet such as, allowing users to pay for their utilities, other products and services directly from reputable providers using Bitcoin SV.
This week in Bitcoin, lawmakers in the United States introduced a bill that could pave the way for greater research into blockchain.
This week, we spoke to Liz Louw, the writer of 'What is Bitcoin?', an ebook for the London-based Bitcoin investment company Bitstocks. Liz discusses how she helps readers understand the principles of Bitcoin.
This week’s headlines include another 51% attack on Ethereum Classic, BTC miners losing subsidized power in China, and the finalists of the Bitcoin SV 2020 Hackathon.
A former technology analyst on Wall Street, John Pitts brings his experience of assessing Internet companies to making educated guesses about the prospects for Bitcoin SV and BTC.
The International Monetary Fund has been discussing digital money this week, dubbing it “special currency.”
Key players from Bitcoin Association, TAAL and nChain spoke at an exclusive event, introducing Crypto Valley to the capabilities of Bitcoin SV.
For the final addition of Top Picks from CoinGeek Conversations past, it had to be Dr. Craig Wright. Who better than the candid inventor, aka Satoshi Nakamoto, to set the Bitcoin story straight?