In the third installment of CoinGeek Conversations Summer Special series, Block Dojo entrepreneurs Mark Moores of Carby and Jean Lehmann of CyberXChain talk about carbon credits and ethical hacking.
The Philippine Blockchain Week organizers are ironing out the activities for the upcoming event in September, with co-founder Chezka Gonzales giving CoinGeek Backstage a preview of what is to come.
Maria Eugenia Lopez talked about nChain’s solutions and how Bitcoin impacts countries like Argentina and the Philippines which rely on remittances from overseas workers.
Owen Vaughan shared that nChain has been working with the Philippines government, where it’s building an identity management solution and a document signing tool on the BSV blockchain.
In an interview with CoinGeek Backstage, Gorilla Pool’s Kevin Alkema talks about what sets the company apart and how it’s providing end-to-end ASIC mining solutions in the BSV blockchain space.
Unbounded Capital Managing Partner Zach Resnick tells CoinGeek Backstage that micropayments and authentication on a blockchain are the only ways users can have trust in artificial intelligence.
The IEEE COINS in Berlin gathers key personalities in the blockchain and Web3 space for a series of discussions revolving around the intersection between emerging technologies.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. and Aaron Day had an engaging conversation about the dangers of CBDCs, the failure of fiat currencies, and what needs to happen for true liberty to be restored in the United States.
As nChain strengthens its ties with the Filipino government, Dr. Craig Wright delved into how Bitcoin technology solves remittance challenges and says the Philippines it’s just the start.
On this episode of CoinGeek Conversations Summer Special, two entrepreneurs—Nico Malgeri and Alfie Lambert—talk about improving business efficiency with blockchain technology.
At the recent Bitcoin Masterclasses #7, Dr. Wright revealed interesting details of a BSV blockchain-based CBDC, its solutions, as well as how companies like nChain enable its smooth run.