The key to spreading Bitcoin adoption throughout the world isn’t in educating the masses, but in adapting to their needs with better applications.
Azultec is rolling out better mining technology, helping miners make more money while benefiting the environment.
Kristy Leigh Minehan explained to the Toronto crowd that BSV is giving miners a voice and giving them the right incentives.
Brad Kristensen shared how the Scaling Test Network and Satoshi Shotgun will help developers and business owners test applications in handling varying levels of operations prior to being launched to a live blockchain.
The Bitcoin Association Founding President is back to talk to us about Paymail, FRNT Financial, AudioB and Bitbus.
Cole Diamond was on hand at the recent CoinGeek Toronto 2019 conference, and dove into what the company is working on, where exchanges are going and why Bitcoin SV (BSV) is going to be a huge part of the future for digital currency.
Michael Hudson took the stage in Toronto to explain how BSV will spread through the world with elegant, simplified, government and business friendly onboarding solutions like Gravity.
The leader of the Uptime team, Brent Bevear, explained the advantages of using Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain for its UptimeSV and how to earn BSV.
Ryan X. Charles prepared a presentation on some of the finer points of what is being developed on the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain, and some of what’s to come, but the theme is the same as what has been reiterated throughout the conference, as well as the life of BSV.
Lorien Gamaroff explained that Centbee wants to be the coolest Bitcoin app, but also help bitcoin adoption behind the curtain.
There is a growing desire for information related to cryptocurrencies since CoinMarketCap started offering this information in 2013, the executive says.