CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero spoke to BadChain founder Leo Leiman, who is ready to show off his blockchain-themed apparel in whatever conference he attends.
This week, the ever controversial Bitcoin visionary Dr. Craig Wright promised to make an announcement that will transform the Internet.
Steve Shadders, director of solutions and engineering at nChain, wants to make one thing clear: there will be no more split down the road for Bitcoin SV.
The one good thing that has come out of the recent so-called BCH hash war is that the original Bitcoin is back—now in the form of Bitcoin SV (Satoshi Vision).
CoinGeek Mining and Hardware CEO Joe Chin, in a recent presentation, enumerated the advantages of mining with SVPool as well as running Bitcoin SV.
At the Bitcoin BCH Miners Choice Summit last November 2, Dr. Craig Wright discussed what Bitcoin was meant to be, and why miners should support the original Satoshi Vision for Bitcoin by mining with Bitcoin SV and joining SVPool.
At the CoinGeek-sponsored Bitcoin BCH Miners Choice Summit in Hong Kong last November 2, nChain’s Jimmy Nguyen and Steve Shadders took the stage to explain the four pillars on which Bitcoin SV sits: stability, scalability, security, and safe and instant transactions.
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.
The Malta Blockchain Summit opened its doors at the Intercontinental this morning, welcoming back thousands of blockchain professionals and enthusiasts from around the world.
While the main purpose of this event is to raise awareness of Malta as a blockchain-friendly jurisdiction, the Malta Blockchain Summit has also succeeded in attracting experts from Malta and beyond to talk on all things blockchain.