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May 30, 2019, 02:36:30 PM
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I owe SV an apology, I thought this coin was dead in the water but now it is over $200.  I'm not sure how long this will last but this whole jump seems to be CSW's shoulders.  How long can he continue to pump the price?
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May 30, 2019, 02:55:05 PM
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I owe SV an apology, I thought this coin was dead in the water but now it is over $200.  I'm not sure how long this will last but this whole jump seems to be CSW's shoulders.  How long can he continue to pump the price?

BSV is a blockchain with massive development happening. Almost daily something new, real use case tools.

Getting Started
● Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System https://bitcoinsv.io/bitcoin/
● BitcoinSV - The Original Bitcoin https://bitcoinsv.io/
● nChain https://nchain.com/en/professional-services/


Videos
● The Value of Money - Why BSV will become the most valuable form of money https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hboJyFyGFY
● Professionalizing Bitcoin & Bcommerce - Craig Wright - CoinGeek Conference London https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lRjXJmIdys
● nChain https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBCpqi_Kdc3BNgm0Kub-x_g/videos
● Craig Wright exclusive interview - Explains Metanet, Bitcoin SV, nChain & more https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoYnZ6CAoAk
● Bitcoin SV: The Original Bitcoin & Global Public Blockchain for Enterprise - Jimmy Nguyen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBGs-vul-E8
● Jimmy Nguyen: It’s time for Bitcoin to grow up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR_1Lkn_364
● James Belding: Bitcoin SV is set to be the global commercial ledger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW7QKOc-uJs
● CoinGeek BSV https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC95_Nqes9m5arhoT1lt1SFg/videos


Roadmap
● The roadmap to Genesis: part 1 https://bitcoinsv.io/2019/04/17/the-roadmap-to-genesis-part-1/


Communities
● Reddit r/bitcoincashSV https://www.reddit.com/r/bitcoincashSV/
● Reddit r/bitcoinsv https://www.reddit.com/r/bitcoinsv/
● Bitcoin SV Discord Channel https://discord.gg/xNWbNKE
● English Bitcointalk Link (Thread with legendary trolls and censorship by moderators◂ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4985868.0
● Korean Bitcointalk  Bitcointalk Link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5125266.msg


Buy BSV
● Float SV https://www.floatsv.com/
● Bitfinex https://www.bitfinex.com/
● Bittrex https://bittrex.com/
● Poloniex https://poloniex.com/
● OKEx https://www.kucoin.com/
● HitBTC https://hitbtc.com/


Wallets
● Desktop Wallets
- ElectrumSV https://electrumsv.io/ 
- Exodus https://www.exodus.io/
- Atomic Wallet https://atomicwallet.io/


● Mobile Wallets 
- HandCash https://handcash.io/
- Edge https://edge.app/
- Coinomi https://www.coinomi.com/en/
- Centbee https://centbee.com/
- Simply Cash https://simply.cash/

● Web Wallets 
- Guarda https://guarda.co/
- Money Button https://www.moneybutton.com/

● Paper Wallets
- bitaddress.org https://www.bitaddress.org/


Blogs
● nChain blog https://nchain.com/en/blog/
● BitcoinSV.io News https://bitcoinsv.io/news/
● Craig Wright (Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin.) - Medium https://medium.com/@craig_10243
● Bitcoin SV - CoinGeek https://coingeek.com/news/tag/bitcoin-sv/


Blockchain Explorers
● svblox.com https://svblox.com/
● satoshi.io https://satoshi.io/
● bsvexplorer.info https://bsvexplorer.info/
● bchsvexplorer.com https://bchsvexplorer.com/


Charts & Graphs
● Bitcoin SV / Charts - Blockchair https://blockchair.com/bitcoin-sv/charts
● Coin Dance BSV charts https://sv.coin.dance/
● SVCharts.com https://www.svcharts.com/
● Bitcoin SV Transactions chart https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin%20sv-transactions.html


Apps and Social Media
● Yours.org https://www.yours.org/
● Bitstragram https://bitstagram.bitdb.network/
● Memo - Bitcoin Social Network https://memo.sv/
● Literatus - where you read and write https://en.literatus.org/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Payment Processors
● Bitcoin SV Payments for WooCommerce https://github.com/mboyd1/bitcoin-sv-payments-for-woocommerce
● Money Button https://www.moneybutton.com/
● AtomicPay - Decentralized Cryptocurrency Payment Processor https://atomicpay.io/global/en
● Coinify.com I Accept Virtual Currencies https://www.coinify.com/
● GoUrl - Bitcoin Payment Gateway https://gourl.io/
● CoinGate - Accept Cryptocurrencies https://www.coingate.com/
● WebCash - Point Of Sale https://www.bsvdevs.com/webcash


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Tokenization & Smart Contracts
● BitcoinToken http://bitcointoken.com/
● bitcoinasset:// Protocol https://github.com/bitcoin-asset/bitcoinassetjs
● Tokenized - Issue, Manage and Trade Legal Tokens https://tokenized.cash/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in APIs and Dev Tools
● BitDB https://bitdb.network/
● BitSocket https://bitsocket.org/
● Chronos BitDB https://chronos.bitdb.network/
● Planaria - Infinite API over Bitcoin https://planaria.network/
● Euler - BitDB Planaria Node https://euler.bitdb.network/
● C://_ Content Addressable Files over Bitcoin https://c.bitdb.network/
● WOC Explorer - Source Code https://github.com/waqas64/woc-explorer
● BitIndex - Wallet Cloud API http://www.bitindex.network/
● bitsv · PyPI https://pypi.org/project/bitsv/
● BASCIIAT. B:// to ASCII Art Transform https://basciiat.bitdb.network/
● B:// Bitcoin Data Protocol https://github.com/unwriter/B
● bsv Bitcore Library https://github.com/moneybutton/bsv/
● MiniGate https://github.com/monkeylord/MiniGate
● BitcoinFiles - SDK https://github.com/BitcoinFiles/bitcoinfiles-sdk
● A Framework for MetaNet Pages https://github.com/wy000000/A-Framework-for-MetaNet-Pages
● Genesis BitDB https://genesis.bitdb.network/
● Bitcoin Sticker Protocol https://sticker.planaria.network/
● Babel BitDB https://babel.bitdb.network/
● Genesis BitDB https://genesis.bitdb.network/
● Bitcom - Bitcoin Computer https://bitcom.bitdb.network/
● Bit:// https://bit.planaria.network/#/
● Magic Attribute Protocol https://github.com/rohenaz/MAP
● Meta BitDB https://meta.bitdb.network/
● LINK (by BitSent) http://bitsent.net/link.html
● Bitsh - Bitcom Shell https://github.com/interplanaria/bitsh
● Author Identity Protocol https://github.com/BitcoinFiles/AUTHOR_IDENTITY_PROTOCOL
● D:// Bitcoin Dynamic Protocol https://planaria.network/@1G3BpTyEK6xF4LaQTHqdFBBaVxYHZzts4M
● rust-sv https://github.com/brentongunning/rust-sv
● Blockchair API Doc https://github.com/Blockchair/Blockchair.Support/blob/master/API_DOCUMENTATION_EN.md


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Gambling & Gaming
● Blockchain Poker https://blockchain.poker/#/sv
● Play Bitcoin SV  https://playbitcoin.cash/
● The Social Bitcoin SV Gambling Game -- phun.io https://www.phun.io/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Productivity Tools
● BitGraph https://bitgraph.network/
● Preserve https://preserve.bitpaste.app/
● Bico.Media https://bico.media/
● BSV Forever Fund https://bsvforeverfund.com/
● etched https://etched.page/
● PageReturn | OP_RETURN Viewer https://www.pagereturn.com/
● Bitok - Immortalize your voice https://bitok.live/
● BitDiary https://bico.media/6c0fd6bc82865d65ca888b8f4532336c3c018745c4f53c591407d74f3e03c5fb
● Bitstagram https://bitstagram.bitdb.network/
● Metalense Extension - Chrome Web Store https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/metalense-extension/odoinflckdonpofihlicjjknlgnhhaem
● b:// protocol - Chrome plugin https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/b/eonhdpmmjdekgnmcnpojchndohaeonci/
● Bottle - A Bitcoin Browser https://bottle.bitdb.network/
● Oyo - Search https://oyo.cash/
● Bitcoin PageShot - Generate image from URL https://pageshot.bitcoinsv.si/
● CryptoGraffiti - Bitcoin Blockchain Messages https://cryptograffiti.info/
https://trends.cash/ https://trends.cash/
● Bitcoin-cad-drawings https://www.bitcoin-cad-drawings.com/
● BitPaste - On-chain text and file sharing https://www.bitpaste.app/
● Easy Sign https://www.easysign.io/
● Bitcoin Protocols https://bico.media/3b79345b4115b814e5f67e7cb2aead2cc6c2b583b7ff19f02623d239e7d20522.html
● Capture Website Snapshots https://immortalsv.com/
● BitcoinFiles https://www.bitcoinfiles.org/
● Weightless https://bico.media/ff39bc24d96af1370b29dcae4576713f19af6f4910b2d1714c2e20a23ae8d9e4
● CalendarSV http://www.calendarsv.com/
● ExFuturo — search metanet https://exfuturo.org/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Social & Content Commerce
● Literatus — where you read and write https://en.literatus.org/
● Streamanity https://streamanity.com/
● MetaLens - Comment Anywhere on Any Website via All Aboard https://metalens.allaboard.cash/
● Memo - The Bitcoin Social Network https://www.memo.sv/
● hivr - Bitcoin SV Social Wallet https://www.hivr.cash/
● Keyport TV https://keyport.tv/
● Yours.org https://www.yours.org/
● WeatherSV https://weathersv.app/
● Fivebucks: Global Freelance Services Market https://fivebucks.com/
● Matter: Decentralized Blogs and Stories on BSV https://www.mttr.app/
● bsvnews http://bsvnews.today/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Node Implementation
● Bitcoin SV Github Repository (source) https://github.com/bitcoin-sv
● bcoinsv https://github.com/brentongunning/bcoinsv
● Bitcoin SV https://bitcoinsv.io/
● NextCash Full Node Implementation https://nextcash.tech/?view=recent_blocks
● Bterm - Bitcom Navigator https://bterm.network/
● KaChing Cards APDU wallet https://kaching.cards/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Entertainment
● BitChat BitDB https://bitchat.bitdb.network/
● BSV Transaction Shooter https://www.bsvdevs.com/txshooter
● Number Sonics https://mishapelt.com/numbersonics/
● Coin2Speech https://coin2speech.com/
● Lottery 6/45 Number Generator https://bico.media/99b5ee7cfb4632b2be06b75ff49fef96739291ed4667fef5fd9a25b0a2b3e5d5
● Bitcoin SV Matrix Themed Tx Visualizer https://www.bsvdevs.com/matrix
● Bitcoin Plays Pokemon https://bitcoinplayspokemon.com/
● Bitcoin Piano https://bico.media/0a68bb439a78ab5a721f0a139abedcbe0259f7f050fbba2ebed6006bb953bd5e.html
● Super Mario Bros on the Blockchain https://bico.media/ffe8f32c9003a50a82a7d1a68a4ca40cbc0429718e483c8dc79fbd6ddc8a4089.html


File Storage
● BitcoinFiles https://www.bitcoinfiles.org/
● Bico.Media https://bico.media/
● Bitsent - LINK https://bitsent.net/link.html
● Bitok - Immortalize your voice on blockchain https://bitok.live/
● EasySign - The easiest way to digitally sign documents https://www.easysign.io/
● BitPaste - On-chain text and file sharing https://www.bitpaste.app/
● Bitcoin PageShot - Generate image from URL https://pageshot.bitcoinsv.si/


Web Archive
● immortalsv.com https://immortalsv.com/
● etched https://etched.page/


Projects in progress
● Metanet - The internet on a blockchain https://metanet.icu/
● CryptoFights - Blockchain Enabled Strategy Fighting Game https://cryptofights.io/
● Bottle - Blockchain browser https://bottle.bitdb.network/
● Companies / merchants accepting BSV https://www.bsvdevs.com/index.php/maps
● BSV/DEVS Update- Listings https://www.bsvdevs.com/index.php


Twitter Personalities
● Jimmy Nguyen https://twitter.com/jimmywinmedia
● _unwriter https://twitter.com/_unwriter
● Steve Shadders https://twitter.com/shadders333
● Daniel Connolly https://twitter.com/connolly_dan
● Calvin Ayre https://twitter.com/CalvinAyre
● Ryan X. Charles https://twitter.com/ryanxcharles
● Kevin Pham https://twitter.com/_kevin_pham
● Eli Afram https://twitter.com/justicemate

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May 30, 2019, 04:10:56 PM
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Gotta cover up your last weeks price predictions for 0$ BSV, look who the real scammer is. My god you must have no life. This CoinGeek conference is incredible. BSV truly is Bitcoin.

Worried about my trust rating? I am too. Bitcointalk users ‘Lauda’ and ‘gmaxwell’ have abused their superior powers in trust system to align their views with the ‘correct views.’ In no legal system in any jurisdiction do we have a definition for what Bitcoin is, they do not have the power to tell us what it is based on the rule of law.
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May 30, 2019, 05:26:58 PM
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Real good stuff here,

https://twitter.com/TeamWinnaar/status/1134097569930514432

Follow legit things, not the electronic trolls, trying to prove funny things and promote coins with no signature (segshitcoin) under Bitcoin brand. These are the real scammers

Carpe diem  -  understand the White Paper and mine honest.
Fix real world issues: Check out b-vote.com
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May 30, 2019, 06:23:26 PM
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Real good stuff here,

https://twitter.com/TeamWinnaar/status/1134097569930514432

Follow legit things, not the electronic trolls, trying to prove funny things and promote coins with no signature (segshitcoin) under Bitcoin brand. These are the real scammers

Please, try to fill your blocks first, then try to make them work, & then maybe we can talk again.

Ppl come and use when capacity and stability is provided, as for a shop has to be created and filled with goods bevore u open.

Btc got just kicked out the shops and capacity, ready for dumb tulip speculators only.

Carpe diem  -  understand the White Paper and mine honest.
Fix real world issues: Check out b-vote.com
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May 30, 2019, 06:29:16 PM
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Updated !

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This is the very good result of the good work of the teams involved in Bitcoin Satoshi Vision BSV :

Getting Started
● Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System https://bitcoinsv.io/bitcoin/
● BitcoinSV - The Original Bitcoin https://bitcoinsv.io/
● nChain https://nchain.com/en/professional-services/


Videos
● The Value of Money - Why BSV will become the most valuable form of money https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hboJyFyGFY
● Professionalizing Bitcoin & Bcommerce - Craig Wright - CoinGeek Conference London https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lRjXJmIdys
● nChain https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBCpqi_Kdc3BNgm0Kub-x_g/videos
● Craig Wright exclusive interview - Explains Metanet, Bitcoin SV, nChain & more https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoYnZ6CAoAk
● Bitcoin SV: The Original Bitcoin & Global Public Blockchain for Enterprise - Jimmy Nguyen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBGs-vul-E8
● Jimmy Nguyen: It’s time for Bitcoin to grow up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR_1Lkn_364
● James Belding: Bitcoin SV is set to be the global commercial ledger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW7QKOc-uJs
● CoinGeek BSV https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC95_Nqes9m5arhoT1lt1SFg/videos


Roadmap
● The roadmap to Genesis: part 1 https://bitcoinsv.io/2019/04/17/the-roadmap-to-genesis-part-1/


Communities
● Reddit r/bitcoincashSV https://www.reddit.com/r/bitcoincashSV/
● Reddit r/bitcoinsv https://www.reddit.com/r/bitcoinsv/
● Bitcoin SV Discord Channel https://discord.gg/xNWbNKE
● English Bitcointalk Link (Thread with legendary trolls and censorship by moderators◂ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4985868.0
● Korean Bitcointalk  Bitcointalk Link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5125266.msg


Buy BSV
● Float SV https://www.floatsv.com/
● Bitfinex https://www.bitfinex.com/
● Bittrex https://bittrex.com/
● Poloniex https://poloniex.com/
● OKEx https://www.kucoin.com/
● HitBTC https://hitbtc.com/


Wallets
● Desktop Wallets
- ElectrumSV https://electrumsv.io/  
- Exodus https://www.exodus.io/
- Atomic Wallet https://atomicwallet.io/


● Mobile Wallets  
- HandCash https://handcash.io/
- Edge https://edge.app/
- Coinomi https://www.coinomi.com/en/
- Centbee https://centbee.com/
- Simply Cash https://simply.cash/

● Web Wallets  
- Guarda https://guarda.co/
- Money Button https://www.moneybutton.com/

● Paper Wallets
- bitaddress.org https://www.bitaddress.org/


Blogs
● nChain blog https://nchain.com/en/blog/
● BitcoinSV.io News https://bitcoinsv.io/news/
● Craig Wright (Bitcoin SV is Bitcoin.) - Medium https://medium.com/@craig_10243
● Craig's blog https://craigwright.net/blog/
● Bitcoin SV - CoinGeek https://coingeek.com/news/tag/bitcoin-sv/


Blockchain Explorers
● svblox.com https://svblox.com/
● satoshi.io https://satoshi.io/
● bsvexplorer.info https://bsvexplorer.info/
● bchsvexplorer.com https://bchsvexplorer.com/


Charts & Graphs
● Bitcoin SV / Charts - Blockchair https://blockchair.com/bitcoin-sv/charts
● Coin Dance BSV charts https://sv.coin.dance/
● SVCharts.com https://www.svcharts.com/
● Bitcoin SV Transactions chart https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin%20sv-transactions.html


Apps and Social Media
● Yours.org https://www.yours.org/
● Bitstragram https://bitstagram.bitdb.network/
● Memo - Bitcoin Social Network https://memo.sv/
● Literatus - where you read and write https://en.literatus.org/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Payment Processors
● Bitcoin SV Payments for WooCommerce https://github.com/mboyd1/bitcoin-sv-payments-for-woocommerce
● Money Button https://www.moneybutton.com/
● AtomicPay - Decentralized Cryptocurrency Payment Processor https://atomicpay.io/global/en
● Coinify.com I Accept Virtual Currencies https://www.coinify.com/
● GoUrl - Bitcoin Payment Gateway https://gourl.io/
● CoinGate - Accept Cryptocurrencies https://www.coingate.com/
● WebCash - Point Of Sale https://www.bsvdevs.com/webcash


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Tokenization & Smart Contracts
● BitcoinToken http://bitcointoken.com/
● bitcoinasset:// Protocol https://github.com/bitcoin-asset/bitcoinassetjs
● Tokenized - Issue, Manage and Trade Legal Tokens https://tokenized.cash/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in APIs and Dev Tools
● BitDB https://bitdb.network/
● BitSocket https://bitsocket.org/
● Chronos BitDB https://chronos.bitdb.network/
● Planaria - Infinite API over Bitcoin https://planaria.network/
● Euler - BitDB Planaria Node https://euler.bitdb.network/
● C://_ Content Addressable Files over Bitcoin https://c.bitdb.network/
● WOC Explorer - Source Code https://github.com/waqas64/woc-explorer
● BitIndex - Wallet Cloud API http://www.bitindex.network/
● bitsv · PyPI https://pypi.org/project/bitsv/
● BASCIIAT. B:// to ASCII Art Transform https://basciiat.bitdb.network/
● B:// Bitcoin Data Protocol https://github.com/unwriter/B
● bsv Bitcore Library https://github.com/moneybutton/bsv/
● MiniGate https://github.com/monkeylord/MiniGate
● BitcoinFiles - SDK https://github.com/BitcoinFiles/bitcoinfiles-sdk
● A Framework for MetaNet Pages https://github.com/wy000000/A-Framework-for-MetaNet-Pages
● Genesis BitDB https://genesis.bitdb.network/
● Bitcoin Sticker Protocol https://sticker.planaria.network/
● Babel BitDB https://babel.bitdb.network/
● Genesis BitDB https://genesis.bitdb.network/
● Bitcom - Bitcoin Computer https://bitcom.bitdb.network/
● Bit:// https://bit.planaria.network/#/
● Magic Attribute Protocol https://github.com/rohenaz/MAP
● Meta BitDB https://meta.bitdb.network/
● LINK (by BitSent) http://bitsent.net/link.html
● Bitsh - Bitcom Shell https://github.com/interplanaria/bitsh
● Author Identity Protocol https://github.com/BitcoinFiles/AUTHOR_IDENTITY_PROTOCOL
● D:// Bitcoin Dynamic Protocol https://planaria.network/@1G3BpTyEK6xF4LaQTHqdFBBaVxYHZzts4M
● rust-sv https://github.com/brentongunning/rust-sv
● Blockchair API Doc https://github.com/Blockchair/Blockchair.Support/blob/master/API_DOCUMENTATION_EN.md


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Gambling & Gaming
● Blockchain Poker https://blockchain.poker/#/sv
● Play Bitcoin SV  https://playbitcoin.cash/
● The Social Bitcoin SV Gambling Game -- phun.io https://www.phun.io/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Productivity Tools
● BitGraph https://bitgraph.network/
● Preserve https://preserve.bitpaste.app/
● Bico.Media https://bico.media/
● BSV Forever Fund https://bsvforeverfund.com/
● etched https://etched.page/
● PageReturn | OP_RETURN Viewer https://www.pagereturn.com/
● Bitok - Immortalize your voice https://bitok.live/
● BitDiary https://bico.media/6c0fd6bc82865d65ca888b8f4532336c3c018745c4f53c591407d74f3e03c5fb
● Bitstagram https://bitstagram.bitdb.network/
● Metalense Extension - Chrome Web Store https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/metalense-extension/odoinflckdonpofihlicjjknlgnhhaem
● b:// protocol - Chrome plugin https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/b/eonhdpmmjdekgnmcnpojchndohaeonci/
● Bottle - A Bitcoin Browser https://bottle.bitdb.network/
● Oyo - Search https://oyo.cash/
● Bitcoin PageShot - Generate image from URL https://pageshot.bitcoinsv.si/
● CryptoGraffiti - Bitcoin Blockchain Messages https://cryptograffiti.info/
https://trends.cash/ https://trends.cash/
● Bitcoin-cad-drawings https://www.bitcoin-cad-drawings.com/
● BitPaste - On-chain text and file sharing https://www.bitpaste.app/
● Easy Sign https://www.easysign.io/
● Bitcoin Protocols https://bico.media/3b79345b4115b814e5f67e7cb2aead2cc6c2b583b7ff19f02623d239e7d20522.html
● Capture Website Snapshots https://immortalsv.com/
● BitcoinFiles https://www.bitcoinfiles.org/
● Weightless https://bico.media/ff39bc24d96af1370b29dcae4576713f19af6f4910b2d1714c2e20a23ae8d9e4
● CalendarSV http://www.calendarsv.com/
● ExFuturo — search metanet https://exfuturo.org/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Social & Content Commerce
● Literatus — where you read and write https://en.literatus.org/
● Streamanity https://streamanity.com/
● MetaLens - Comment Anywhere on Any Website via All Aboard https://metalens.allaboard.cash/
● Memo - The Bitcoin Social Network https://www.memo.sv/
● hivr - Bitcoin SV Social Wallet https://www.hivr.cash/
● Keyport TV https://keyport.tv/
● Yours.org https://www.yours.org/
● WeatherSV https://weathersv.app/
● Fivebucks: Global Freelance Services Market https://fivebucks.com/
● Matter: Decentralized Blogs and Stories on BSV https://www.mttr.app/
● Bsvnews http://bsvnews.today/
● Dir.sv https://dir.sv/

BSV/DEVS - Listings in Node Implementation
● Bitcoin SV Github Repository (source) https://github.com/bitcoin-sv
● bcoinsv https://github.com/brentongunning/bcoinsv
● Bitcoin SV https://bitcoinsv.io/
● NextCash Full Node Implementation https://nextcash.tech/?view=recent_blocks
● Bterm - Bitcom Navigator https://bterm.network/
● KaChing Cards APDU wallet https://kaching.cards/


BSV/DEVS - Listings in Entertainment
● BitChat BitDB https://bitchat.bitdb.network/
● BSV Transaction Shooter https://www.bsvdevs.com/txshooter
● Number Sonics https://mishapelt.com/numbersonics/
● Coin2Speech https://coin2speech.com/
● Lottery 6/45 Number Generator https://bico.media/99b5ee7cfb4632b2be06b75ff49fef96739291ed4667fef5fd9a25b0a2b3e5d5
● Bitcoin SV Matrix Themed Tx Visualizer https://www.bsvdevs.com/matrix
● Bitcoin Plays Pokemon https://bitcoinplayspokemon.com/
● Bitcoin Piano https://bico.media/0a68bb439a78ab5a721f0a139abedcbe0259f7f050fbba2ebed6006bb953bd5e.html
● Super Mario Bros on the Blockchain https://bico.media/ffe8f32c9003a50a82a7d1a68a4ca40cbc0429718e483c8dc79fbd6ddc8a4089.html


File Storage
● BitcoinFiles https://www.bitcoinfiles.org/
● Bico.Media https://bico.media/
● Bitsent - LINK https://bitsent.net/link.html
● Bitok - Immortalize your voice on blockchain https://bitok.live/
● EasySign - The easiest way to digitally sign documents https://www.easysign.io/
● BitPaste - On-chain text and file sharing https://www.bitpaste.app/
● Bitcoin PageShot - Generate image from URL https://pageshot.bitcoinsv.si/


Web Archive
● immortalsv.com https://immortalsv.com/
● etched https://etched.page/


Projects in progress
● Metanet - The internet on a blockchain https://metanet.icu/
● CryptoFights - Blockchain Enabled Strategy Fighting Game https://cryptofights.io/
● Bottle - Blockchain browser https://bottle.bitdb.network/
● Companies / merchants accepting BSV https://www.bsvdevs.com/index.php/maps
● BSV/DEVS Update- Listings https://www.bsvdevs.com/index.php


Twitter Personalities
● Jimmy Nguyen https://twitter.com/jimmywinmedia
● _unwriter https://twitter.com/_unwriter
● Steve Shadders https://twitter.com/shadders333
● Daniel Connolly https://twitter.com/connolly_dan
● Calvin Ayre https://twitter.com/CalvinAyre
● Ryan X. Charles https://twitter.com/ryanxcharles
● Kevin Pham https://twitter.com/_kevin_pham
● Eli Afram https://twitter.com/justicemate


Bsv and its environment are being built little by little.

Bsv is barely 6 months old. Everything is built in its own time. little by little. step by step to serve users all over the world.


We will be able to new update after the end of the conference ^^ it's encouraging to see all this develop on BSV in a few months  !!!!


I totally agree BSV is a very good project! far too many jealous and frustrated trolls without personal life here. I support nChain and BSV
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May 30, 2019, 06:47:01 PM
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I recommend these + 230 articles published by Dr. Craig Wright on various topics including Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech - Alternative Parts and Systems - Law and Regulation - Economics - Mathematics - Philosophy.

https://craigwright.net/blog/




People should read this it will educate them instead of wasting their time trying to discredit the work of nChain and BSV.
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"The existing Visa credit card network processes about 15 million Internet purchases per day worldwide. Bitcoin can already scale much larger than that with existing hardware for a fraction of the cost. It never really hits a scale ceiling."  Satoshi Nakamoto, April 2009          Avoiding taxes is totally legal if you consider and respect the law.
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May 30, 2019, 08:11:01 PM
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And true Bitcoin makes ya sexy

https://mobile.twitter.com/TweetyBirdbrain/status/1134088805856763904


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CoinGeek Toronto Conference 2019 Developers Day highlights

The CoinGeek Toronto Conference, happening at The Carlu, kicked off with the Developers Day, an intimate gathering leading up to the conference’s main event with BSV developers who are learning how to take the technology to the moon.

The day has been broken up into four modules. Module one is an update on the Bitcoin SV infrastructure, where are we in terms of the technical roadmap. Module two is about user experience, followed by developer experience. Finally, the fourth module is a discussion forum where the team will be talking about everything from the Metanet project. Dr. Craig S. Wright, chief scientist of nChain and the creator of Bitcoin, also talked about the mysteries of the Bitcoin script that people may not know about.

“Today is actually exciting for developers because it’s the time that we can talk as technical as we want. We can really nerd out, but it’s important I think for developers to keep their focus on user experience, and in fact, we got a whole section of the day devoted to that. It’s important to make things easy for people, so that they’ve got a friction-free path into Bitcoin, and that includes developers as well,” Steve Shadders, director of solutions and engineering at nChain, tells us.

Simon Ordish, co-founder of WhatsOnChain.com, explained the importance of having a day dedicated to developers in the BSV space is crucial to the ecosystem. He said:

“We want to see developers embracing what we’re doing, and believing what we’re doing and believing what we’re doing. They need to understand how it’s going to scale. It’s actually really happening and the technology is being written to handle the scale, and the developers see it, they’ll start using it. It’s a snowball effect.”

For more exclusive coverage of the CoinGeek Toronto scaling conference, as well as the latest in Bitcoin news and events, subscribe to CoinGeek.com.

Source https://coingeek.com/coingeek-conference-2019-developers-day-highlights-video/


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May 30, 2019, 08:35:19 PM
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No time for empty phrases.

Ignore ya

But why?
Are my feelings supposed to be hurt or something? Roll Eyes

Too bad, I though we were on track to make you a BTC maximalist.

Like we need more balding overweight middle aged carnivores and their young naive ‘yes man’ predecessors.

Worried about my trust rating? I am too. Bitcointalk users ‘Lauda’ and ‘gmaxwell’ have abused their superior powers in trust system to align their views with the ‘correct views.’ In no legal system in any jurisdiction do we have a definition for what Bitcoin is, they do not have the power to tell us what it is based on the rule of law.
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I'm not overweight, nor middle aged, but I am balding from the things I have to read everyday from you lairs.

Spoiler: Wanna see a dick pick?


Yep ignore button is a good solution, without regret. bye bye
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Steve Shadders on giving Bitcoin SV ‘a more complete toolset’ https://youtu.be/wK-8BDdJHqg

This past February, a group of Bitcoin SV (BSV) developers got together at the Bitcoin Association’s wallet workshop in order to do what every blockchain should be doing—helping to create standardization. The workshop was hosted by nChain and on hand was the company’s renowned technical leader, Steve Shadders. Shadders took a few minutes to talk to CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero in an interview that has been made available on YouTube.

As has been seen on more than one occasion, the entire Bitcoin ecosystem isn’t always willing to come together and develop solutions that are better for the entire community. This has already led to several issues, but BSV developers are proactively working to overcome this obstacle to global growth. The workshop was designed with that in mind, giving developers an opportunity to discuss crypto wallets, their development requirements and where innovation is going. The ultimate goal is to allow for standardization in order to help the industry evolve systematically and pragmatically.

Shadders points out that the workshop was meant to help “clear the air” on some of the finer points of wallet development. It also gave the development community an opportunity to discuss what they were working on, what was being done well and what needed to be improved. It was designed to “give the Bitcoin SV ecosystem a more complete toolset.”

In attendance were a number of expert developers and key figures, including Ryan X. Charles from Money Button, as well as representatives from other BSV wallets such as Centbee and HandCash. Also present was nChain’s chief scientist and the man who has been most commonly linked to Satoshi Nakamoto, Dr. Craig Wright.

As long as crypto projects allow developers to go off on their own paths, those platforms are going to have difficulty being perceived as legitimate options. Developers on the BSV blockchain are determined to ensure the most robust, yet versatile and standardized solution for future innovation and business adoption.



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How to grow a Bitcoin SV marketplace

The low transaction costs of Bitcoin SV (BSV) are paying dividends for a startup called FiveBucks. It’s a digital marketplace that connects service providers round the world with customers. The starting price for a job is just US$5, paid in BSV.

The entrepreneur behind it is Getar Hoti, who started the business last year and has already attracted almost 500 people offering their services—everything from “I will create a powerful logo for your business” to “I will record a professional British voiceover” or “I will talk to you in Italian on Skype for 15 minutes.”

Thanks to the use of BSV, no money goes to payment processors. FiveBucks only charges 10% for connecting the freelancers with customers, not the 20% that “most freelance platforms charge,” according to Getar, “and long term, with what’s happening on BSV, we plan to decrease this more and more.”

Since the arrival of BSV after the hard fork from Bitcoin Cash last year, “We have been doing great, because in BSV you have this stable ecosystem, stable protocol, a strong market.”

Although the service provider may only get paid the starting price of $4.50 (after FiveBucks has taken it’s 10% or $0.50 from the initial $5), added services can soon bump up the final fee. Getar says he saw a tweet recently from someone who’d earned $105 on a job.

“By allowing jobs to start from $5, we allow these freelancers to make money until a big business comes to buy from them—because they can’t just wait for one big job every three months,” he says. “In the meantime they can do a lot of small jobs for smaller businesses which have simpler requirements, lower expectations and generate some cash flow. It’s important to think of $5 as a starting point.”

Getar has experimented with some other digital startup businesses and is a big supporter of BSV, because it “does things that no other cryptocurrency does—and the immense opportunity here is that nobody sees this yet.”

The biggest opportunity will be to move to on chain transactions, allowing serverless data storage. That means “you can save a lot of money for you and your customers …Businesses will love this.” For the moment, businesses have been “sucked into these dead ends …like BTC, BCH and others.” When they “wake up,” a lot of entrepreneurial activity on BSV will follow, Getar predicts.

Hear the full interview with Getar Hoti on this week’s CoinGeek Conversations podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/241544/1183538-how-to-grow-a-bitcoin-sv-marketplace or https://youtu.be/XEfte4APyKo

Source: https://twitter.com/CalvinAyre/status/1134197213666729984
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James Belding explains the Tokenized Protocol Beta

With the May 23 announcement that the Tokenized Protocol Beta (https://coingeek.com/tokenized-protocol-for-bitcoin-sv-bsv-beta-release/) had publically released, a world of new possibilities was created for the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain. CoinGeek.com reached out to James Belding, CEO and founder of Tokenized, to help explain what potential this news holds.

The Tokenized Protocol works right out of the box, making it an easy to use resource for developers. We asked Mr. Belding what sets it apart from other token solutions on the market. “The distinguishing factor that separates the Tokenized Protocol from other token solutions, is a design philosophy that focuses on providing maximum utility for issuers and users,” he answered. “This philosophy led us to a solution that optimized around a simple truth that seems to be missed by a lot of the blockchain industry.

“That simple truth is that organizations must comply with the laws and regulations of the jurisdiction they reside in. Building the technology around a sensible assessment of these solution requirements allows for a token system that is much more expressive, performant, secure and lower cost than competing solutions.”

What really makes the protocol special is that it takes care of many of the hurdles a business might face. “The Tokenized Protocol provides organizations with all of the tools they need to create real, lawful and binding smart contracts that are recognizable and enforceable by the courts, and you won’t need a team of specialist developers to code up the smart contract,” Belding explained. “We have provided everything necessary at the protocol level to ensure that issuers are guided towards including all the critical metadata required to successfully create a valid smart contract with tokens representing the ownership of real assets.”

We wondered what can make a protocol inherently regulation friendly. “The Tokenized Protocol has built-in tools that allow issuers to freeze, thaw, and confiscate tokens,” he responded. “These are really important tools that most issuers will need to practically manage their tokens. However, they are also incredibly important tools for issuers to enable them to comply with court orders and warrants. That is a really important point because the moment a token is no longer recognized by the issuer or legal system as a legitimate ownership record and it can’t be confiscated, canceled or reconciled, then there must be a parallel record keeping system that is used to track which tokens are ‘legitimate’ and which are not.”

It goes beyond these simple but useful tools though, and provides a lot of power for potential smart contracts. “The Tokenized Protocol also provides the structure to allow Identity Oracles to interact with smart contracts,” he explained, and then elaborated:

“This system allows issuers to comply with regulations in their jurisdiction by restricting the transfers of tokens to addresses that are approved by the nominated Identity Oracle, even in secondary trading. Token transfers can be restricted according to different criteria specified by the issuer, and the transfer proposals are validated by the Identity Oracle in a pseudonymous manner, such that users’ private data is kept private. Tokens can be restricted to the following types of users: users who have had their identity verified, accredited investors, users that live in a certain region, and even users of a certain age group.

“These tools allow an issuer to comply with any reasonable request a government agency/regulator could ask for, while still providing all of the benefits of a decentralized ledger.”

A feature of the protocol is customizable voting systems. We asked how this works, and how it could be applied to real scenarios. “The Tokenized Protocol allows for smart contract managed on-chain governance,” he said. “There are many features that we will reveal in time, but the most important feature allows token holders to cast on-chain ballots. The ballots are cast in the same way that a bitcoin transaction is spent, and therefore, fundamentally enjoys the same security and privacy. All of the vote results are published to the public and immutable ledger so that all voters are able to ensure their vote was cast and counted correctly. The system is flexible enough to handle nearly any type of vote.”

This is an exciting potential feature for corporate enterprises, who can now understand their shareholders much better. Belding said, “Shareholders are often required to vote in shareholder resolutions to direct the company on certain matters. The Tokenized Protocol would make this process publicly auditable, low cost and very convenient.”

It’s been quite a year for Tokenized, first winning CoinGeek’s tokenization challenge, and then making big waves at CoinGeek Week in London. We asked them what’s coming next for the team. “It has definitely been a busy year for the whole team, but a memorable one,” Belding reflected. “We’re all working on our dream project and we couldn’t be more excited about what the future holds in store for Bitcoin SV.

“We’re currently working hard to build a platform that allows all types of organizations to issue, manage and trade tokens, with a very easy to use interface. There are a few more projects that we are also working on, but I’m going to keep tight-lipped about those until we are ready to announce.

“However, I promise you we are pushing the envelope and we can’t wait to share our projects with the world. Unfortunately, I can’t give an exact release date on anything at the moment, but we are driving as hard as we can and I would expect a number of big announcements from us over the next 4-12 months.”

Source: https://coingeek.com/james-belding-explains-the-tokenized-protocol-beta/
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How to grow a Bitcoin SV marketplace

The low transaction costs of Bitcoin SV (BSV) are paying dividends for a startup called FiveBucks. It’s a digital marketplace that connects service providers round the world with customers. The starting price for a job is just US$5, paid in BSV.

The entrepreneur behind it is Getar Hoti, who started the business last year and has already attracted almost 500 people offering their services—everything from “I will create a powerful logo for your business” to “I will record a professional British voiceover” or “I will talk to you in Italian on Skype for 15 minutes.”

Thanks to the use of BSV, no money goes to payment processors. FiveBucks only charges 10% for connecting the freelancers with customers, not the 20% that “most freelance platforms charge,” according to Getar, “and long term, with what’s happening on BSV, we plan to decrease this more and more.”

Since the arrival of BSV after the hard fork from Bitcoin Cash last year, “We have been doing great, because in BSV you have this stable ecosystem, stable protocol, a strong market.”

Although the service provider may only get paid the starting price of $4.50 (after FiveBucks has taken it’s 10% or $0.50 from the initial $5), added services can soon bump up the final fee. Getar says he saw a tweet recently from someone who’d earned $105 on a job.

“By allowing jobs to start from $5, we allow these freelancers to make money until a big business comes to buy from them—because they can’t just wait for one big job every three months,” he says. “In the meantime they can do a lot of small jobs for smaller businesses which have simpler requirements, lower expectations and generate some cash flow. It’s important to think of $5 as a starting point.”

Getar has experimented with some other digital startup businesses and is a big supporter of BSV, because it “does things that no other cryptocurrency does—and the immense opportunity here is that nobody sees this yet.”

The biggest opportunity will be to move to on chain transactions, allowing serverless data storage. That means “you can save a lot of money for you and your customers …Businesses will love this.” For the moment, businesses have been “sucked into these dead ends …like BTC, BCH and others.” When they “wake up,” a lot of entrepreneurial activity on BSV will follow, Getar predicts.

Hear the full interview with Getar Hoti on this week’s CoinGeek Conversations podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/241544/1183538-how-to-grow-a-bitcoin-sv-marketplace or https://youtu.be/XEfte4APyKo

Source: https://twitter.com/CalvinAyre/status/1134197213666729984


It's accurate, it's a very clean analysis, the opening up of "enterprise markets" is a fundamental key, but the approaches must be plural and unilateral. As long as there is no regulation, the big players will play against the grain, in the background.
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May 30, 2019, 09:13:46 PM
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I recommend to the person concerned

1. Don't put all your eggs in one basket" to keep in mind that there is no 100% safe investment and that it is important to diversify!

2. Make and organize your savings before your expenses, so you put your savings aside before you even plan your expenses. This makes it possible to hold his savings project, it's as simple as that!

3. Precisely, when talking about expenses, the successful investor mentions "that purchases of things you don't need will result in sales of things you need".

For those who do not know without going into details I suggest unilateral advice:

Invest in Yourself - Get Confidence - Surround Yourself with the Best - Don't Keep Cash in the Long Term - Observe Stock Market Indices - Understand the Company, Consumer Demand and Product Quality - Diversification - Never Pay Too Much for Shares - Know What to Invest in - Put Money in Long Term - When making a medium or even long term investment, you must be aware of the time it takes to act to achieve an interesting level of profitability - Be Patient - The best investments are the easiest - Do not try to anticipate the market - Continue to learn.

Remember that risk exists when you don't know what you're doing. For my part nChain and their BSV to my blessing.
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the trend of BSV and BNB is not realistic, do people participate in determining the price?)



BNB trend was realistic due to Binance been successful in providing and sustain their users fund despite the hacking situation this woo more crypto traders and investors in trusting their platform. But, BSV trend is clearly not realistic and sooner or later the whole secret behind it fake trend will be out.

Especially since Binance, thanks to its opportunity piracy, was able to reinject the SAFU fund (excluding cap rates) directly into the turnover, thus providing liquidity and allowing the transition to artificially inflate its BNB tokens. See, it's very clear.
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the trend of BSV and BNB is not realistic, do people participate in determining the price?)



BNB trend was realistic due to Binance been successful in providing and sustain their users fund despite the hacking situation this woo more crypto traders and investors in trusting their platform. But, BSV trend is clearly not realistic and sooner or later the whole secret behind it fake trend will be out.

Especially since Binance, thanks to its opportunity piracy, was able to reinject the SAFU fund (excluding cap rates) directly into the turnover, thus providing liquidity and allowing the transition to artificially inflate its BNB tokens. See, it's very clear.


Yes, it is a certainty, which allows them to maintain a market cap ahead of BSV....

other:  I wonder why the moderator here is trying to erase my answers. Censorship remains

BTC is not same of original source code set in stone only by Satoshi Nakamoto check here https://github.com/bitcoin and compare with https://github.com/bitcoin-sv You will see the facts, what became technically BTC modified because implemented by Core and named Bitcoin is very far from the original. You will notice that the BSV code is in conformity with Satoshi Nakamoto's masterpiece thanks to nChain which cleaned the code of the successive incrementations (SegWit and others) that Core had imposed by voice of community BIP against what Satoshi has created. I'm convinced that BitcoinSV (BSV) original XBT is the best technological opportunity of capacity for use and stable build on original Bitcoin protocol.
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the trend of BSV and BNB is not realistic, do people participate in determining the price?)



BNB trend was realistic due to Binance been successful in providing and sustain their users fund despite the hacking situation this woo more crypto traders and investors in trusting their platform. But, BSV trend is clearly not realistic and sooner or later the whole secret behind it fake trend will be out.

I don't own either coins but I would rather have money in SV instead of that shitcoin BNB.
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