What Bitcoin SV signals to businesses, investors and social media

Are you able to notice Bitcoin SV’s signals? If not, you have a problem. You might get left behind. 

Whether you consider yourself an investor, user, developer, customer, speculator, business owner, influencer, or generally digital asset affine person—Bitcoin SV is whispering and screaming at you at the same time.

Bitcoin SV’s signals to businesses

Bitcoin SV has set its protocol in stone, which means there is no need for businesses to worry about future protocol changes that might affect already built applications and implementations concerning Bitcoin SV. Businesses are safe to spend resources building on or using BSV. 

All other digital assets not only plan to change their protocol but already alter it at this very moment, leaving businesses in danger to waste spent resources. 

This is what developers do not understand in BTCETH, and other digital assets: businesses need stability. 

Digital asset developers need instability though

There is a crucial discrepancy between the interest of businesses and the interests of developers concerning digital assets. While companies seek stability in digital assets, developers need instability to remain relevant for fixing the instability. Developers have no interest in building a set in stone protocol, as a once established protocol makes developers almost obsolete.

Bitcoin SV has managed to take away power from developers with its set in stone protocol. Therefore, the signal Bitcoin SV is sending out to businesses is: build here, we serve stability.

There is much more to know for businesses about Bitcoin SV, though. For example, BSV offers limitless scalability with unbelievably low transactional costs. Bitcoin SV is also not only a digital asset, but a computing network in general. 

Ryan X. Charles, founder and CEO of Money Button, has pointed out Bitcoin SV’s ability to become a computational beast:

Bitcoin is going to be by far the largest computer ever (…) And what you can do with the biggest computer in the world is: you can actually compute bigger numbers.

Listen, businesses. If you do not get this signal—Bitcoin SV being the largest computer ever—we cannot help you. Nobody can.

What Bitcoin SV signals to investors and speculators

Speculating and investing in the digital currency sphere has since at least three years ago been nothing but gambling. People read one single tweet about this or that nonsense-coin and bought in to sell minutes later to an even greater fool. 

Why has investing and speculating in digital currencies never been a “real thing,” though?

It is due to the lack of utility in all digital assets except for Bitcoin SV. Speculating and investing makes sense, as long as you speculate on or invest in assets that have a use case for something. If there is no use case in an asset, is it even an asset? Come on.

How is speculating on the Bitcoin SV satoshis different? Those BSV satoshis are connected to the Bitcoin SV network, which processes transactions. Unlike other digital currencies, which have no serious transactional volume, Bitcoin SV is set up to process billions of transactions per year.

Why do Bitcoin SV’s satoshis have a value, unlike all other digital currencies?

This is what the BSV satoshis are going to be needed for: transactions in the Bitcoin SV network by using apps and services, not trading on shady exchange servers.

Investing in Bitcoin SV is not limited to buying satoshis though. It is interesting to pay attention to the BSV ecosystem as a whole. For example, publicly traded TAAL Distributed Information Technologies Inc. has recently filed a patent concerning a blockchain computing device.

Bitcoin SV’s network will not only be about processing payment transactions but also serve as a blockchain computer (such as described by Ryan X. Charles in the quote above). This is where TAAL seems to identify never seen before market opportunities.

This is what Bitcoin SV signals to investors and speculators: invest and speculate, but it is not about gambling.

What Bitcoin SV signals into the social media sphere

Nonsense-coins such as BTC, ETH, and the like desperately need social media, because they have to lure in new buyers to stabilize or pump the price. Bitcoin SV has no interest in being pumped or stabilized concerning fiat money, as it offers unique use cases, low-cost transactions, and stability. Anyone is free to make use of BSV in whatever way, but Bitcoin SV does not depend on social media influencers and bot-like social media users.

There have been vicious attacks on Bitcoin SV in social media, even in cooperation with “crypto news sites” and shady exchanges. We saw fake news, personal attacks, and delistings happening with an unprecedented intensity towards Bitcoin SV and its proponents. The “crypto cartel” spends millions to hinder Bitcoin SV’s growth. 

Does it work, though? Was the “crypto cartel” able to hold Bitcoin SV down? Good one. While “crypto Twitter” was tweeting, Bitcoin SV was building.

You may tweet all day long, that does not make you a user of Bitcoin. A user of Bitcoin is someone or something that generates a transaction on the Bitcoin network. Babbling on Twitter does not generate a Bitcoin transaction. You are helping Twitter, not Bitcoin. 

Bitcoin SV signals to social media: we do not need you, but you can join the network. 

Receive the signals, act accordingly

If you can hear Bitcoin SV’s signals, you are already in the network. Prolific Bitcoin thinker Daniel Krawisz has stated:

“Everything is falling into the Bitcoin SV black hole” 

…for a reason. Utility, growth—those are the keywords you need to figure out. 

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