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The Bitcoin SV (BSV) network successfully completed its historic “Genesis” hard fork to bring back Bitcoin’s original design.
Maxthon, the global Internet browser company, announces it is building the world’s first Bitcoin-powered browser for the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain.
Keynote speakers are Wall Street strategist Tom Lee and Best-Selling Author & Economist George Gilder.
The BSV ecosystem has rapidly grown to about 400 ventures and projects around the world. As of January 19, 2020, there were 394 projects built on or for BSV.
The hard fork is code-named “Genesis” because it returns the Bitcoin protocol as closely as possible to the original released in 2009 by Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
Bitcoin Association announces its first “Satoshi Nakamoto Scholarship” to Robin Kohze, a 2nd year human genomics PhD student at Cambridge University.
Yesterday, the Canadian listed crypto mining giant TAAL, announced it was to lowering its mining transaction fees for the BSV network.
As the next phase of its global Ambassadors, the Bitcoin Association is pleased to announce its Bitcoin SV (BSV) advocates for more countries in the EMEA region.
The CoinGeek band wagon rolls back to London as they highlight to businesses, developers, media and investors how BSV can provide real life solutions.
On the back of the recent appointments of its US, APAC and European Ambassadors, the Bitcoin Association is pleased to unveil its advocates for Argentina, Brazil and Panama as the word spreads about Bitcoin SV (BSV).
sCrypt Inc. receives a funding boost which will bring smart contracts to the BSV blockchain.