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September 23, 2020, 01:03:29 PM
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Now the list is updated  Kiss

@everyone If you want to learn with BitcoinSV here is a list that can help you:

https://wiki.bitcoinsv.io/index.php/Main_Page
https://wiki.bitcoinsv.io/index.php/Building_on_Bitcoin
https://bitcoinsv.com/en/build-on-bsv
https://www.scrypt.io/
https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/
https://www.bsvdevs.com/index.php
https://powping.com/c/a4d2d4ce12cfba93342a8f7eebbdd91ebe2689d68ba98fa340f457e89104b3cb


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The CoinGeek Live Conference is getting closer and closer (30 September to 2 October 2020), bringing together the world's leading blockchain and Bitcoin BSV thinkers to discuss key issues in making BSV the blockchain of choice in the world. Broadcast live from the Manhattan Center in New York City and the Kennington Studio in London, the event is expected to attract delegates from around the world, eager to learn more about the BSV revolution.

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 Cool There are new speakers planned as well! look at the program there are talented people who will participate https://coingeekconference.com/speakers

Hello to you! As a technology enthusiast I love to share knowledge and connect people's knowledge. I am a supporter of the useful BitCoin 🐉 BSV
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New app BSV - Bit.sv

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— A new content network that lets anyone earn money from their interests

"BTC sure doesn't take many measures to protect the privacy of its customers. It's common to have a single Bitcoin address you re-use over and over, revealing your entire transaction history publicly, and many don't have any of the privacy features supported by most BSV wallets."

https://bit.sv/post/499dec5108b14e99d28b48b0c0dfcd5fe06edef43ad738d41f18264151aaf30d

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Source from: https://centi.ch/2020/09/23/payments-handshake-protocol/



Through Centi’s outreach efforts to Point of Sales (POS) providers and commercial payment systems acquirers, we have learned a lot about the business and its structures. Centi’s goal is to integrate seamlessly and effortlessly into the existing infrastructure.

To collect payments in Bitcoinsv, so called payment URIs are popular. From the user perspective this means scanning a QR-Code with the Bitcoinsv wallet. The QR-code contains the payment details which are then shown in the wallet app. This is a proven concept and has seen many implementations over the years. Nonetheless, implementing this on current POS hardware means making changes to the POS frontend which can be a cumbersome and lengthy process considering POS devices being hardware and subject to regulatory oversight.

If we look at other mobile payment options, we find that wallets usually make a handshake with the POS-Terminal and then get sent the payment details to the wallet for approval, which differs conceptually from having the payment details encoded into the exposed QR-code directly. The required handshake information is shown on the POS terminal and can then serve as a basis for the handshake with wallets of different payment providers.

This inspired us to think of a way to use that very same handshake-information for Bitcoinsv payments also. An implementation like this has three main advantages:

1. No changes needed to the POS-Frontend

2. No training needed for store personnel. In fact, store personnel don’t even need to know Bitcoinsv is accepted as there is not a single button to be pressed for invoicing Bitcoinsv.
All this is possible whilst still using native Bitcoinsv and retaining all it’s properties and advantages.

3. No change in user experience on the wallet side.

Today we proudly announce that we have co-developed the described Bitcoinsv Payments Handshake Protocol with HandCash which is the most popular Bitcoinsv mobile wallet. HandCash has a track record of constant innovation e.g. the introduction of the first handle system in the Bitcoinsv Space, which made it possible to send Bitcoinsv to human readable IDs. Just a few days ago the team announced further improvements in backup simplicity.

We are aware that such a handshake protocol has value to other payment enablers and other Bitcoinsv wallets alike and it is in both companies’ best interest to grow the Bitcoinsv ecosystem further. Thus, the protocol, including wallet libraries and implementation details, will be made available publicly after a brief exclusivity period.

In order to be ready for the Centi go-live, we recommend downloading HandCash from your favorite app store and subscribing to our newsletter on https://centi.ch/




Great! Centi and HandCash are co-developing the payment contact protocol to facilitate accessibility and mass adoption on BSV . New big opportunities are coming  for users!!!



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This is a basic schematic for a digitalized dna of decentralized and unified with AI. systems, 01Ø0110Ø10

๑ Here is a other seed for Bitcoin Satoshi Vision pɒsɪbɪlɪti ☼

Like 1 blockchain that verifies another blockchain in sidechaining mode, to the infinite ✎Hint go see the quantum physics forms.

' 'Imagine' ' the technology brought / transmitted from the very distant perhaps by lasers, waves and magnetic fields to man to create the bridge of knowledge between the real worlds and the digital world, switchable from one end to the other of the different dimensions. Maybe a company will produce the specific scanners so that everyone can be digitized in the styx soup. Will need a stable and solid block chain in its design like BitcoinSV?


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September 25, 2020, 11:31:19 AM
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Source from: https://centi.ch/2020/09/23/payments-handshake-protocol/



Through Centi’s outreach efforts to Point of Sales (POS) providers and commercial payment systems acquirers, we have learned a lot about the business and its structures. Centi’s goal is to integrate seamlessly and effortlessly into the existing infrastructure.

To collect payments in Bitcoinsv, so called payment URIs are popular. From the user perspective this means scanning a QR-Code with the Bitcoinsv wallet. The QR-code contains the payment details which are then shown in the wallet app. This is a proven concept and has seen many implementations over the years. Nonetheless, implementing this on current POS hardware means making changes to the POS frontend which can be a cumbersome and lengthy process considering POS devices being hardware and subject to regulatory oversight.

If we look at other mobile payment options, we find that wallets usually make a handshake with the POS-Terminal and then get sent the payment details to the wallet for approval, which differs conceptually from having the payment details encoded into the exposed QR-code directly. The required handshake information is shown on the POS terminal and can then serve as a basis for the handshake with wallets of different payment providers.

This inspired us to think of a way to use that very same handshake-information for Bitcoinsv payments also. An implementation like this has three main advantages:

1. No changes needed to the POS-Frontend

2. No training needed for store personnel. In fact, store personnel don’t even need to know Bitcoinsv is accepted as there is not a single button to be pressed for invoicing Bitcoinsv.
All this is possible whilst still using native Bitcoinsv and retaining all it’s properties and advantages.

3. No change in user experience on the wallet side.

Today we proudly announce that we have co-developed the described Bitcoinsv Payments Handshake Protocol with HandCash which is the most popular Bitcoinsv mobile wallet. HandCash has a track record of constant innovation e.g. the introduction of the first handle system in the Bitcoinsv Space, which made it possible to send Bitcoinsv to human readable IDs. Just a few days ago the team announced further improvements in backup simplicity.

We are aware that such a handshake protocol has value to other payment enablers and other Bitcoinsv wallets alike and it is in both companies’ best interest to grow the Bitcoinsv ecosystem further. Thus, the protocol, including wallet libraries and implementation details, will be made available publicly after a brief exclusivity period.

In order to be ready for the Centi go-live, we recommend downloading HandCash from your favorite app store and subscribing to our newsletter on https://centi.ch/




Great! Centi and HandCash are co-developing the payment contact protocol to facilitate accessibility and mass adoption on BSV . New big opportunities are coming  for users!!!




Sounds great, also now that Handcash comes up with a keyless solution - all hardware wallets : byebye

(true, we d need to see some proof from external cyber security / pen testings / ISO xxx audits to ensure that it works as announced)

Good work!

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Here is THE column to discover, entitled: The war against Bitcoin. Ideal to understand some of the ins and outs.... Good discovery!


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The War on Bitcoin

Bitcoin is perhaps the greatest tool for economic freedom in a generation—maybe more. Unfortunately, Bitcoin has been furiously stifled by a brutal civil war for about five years now; waged by professional social engineers from some of the most powerful companies in the social media space. Their talent in the art and science of manipulation has kept Bitcoiners largely fighting among themselves rather than pursuing inroads into data-driven business models that could revolutionize the global economy.

In the wake of the Bitcoin civil war, three competing versions of Bitcoin have emerged (BTC, BCH and Bitcoin SV), but so too have about 3,000 other “cryptocurrency” projects and tokens masquerading as legitimate businesses—until the almost guaranteed exit scam. The main benefactor of the Bitcoin civil war has been Ethereum: a global state machine that allows easy deployment of tokens and smart contracts, but the Ethereum protocol cannot scale, and of the thousands of projects launched, only a handful could even conceivably be touted as having the ingredients necessary to ever become legitimate businesses. The rest are Ponzi schemes or illegal securities offerings—enriching developers and scamming amateur investors.

It is against this backdrop that BTC and BCH advocates, Ethereum spokesmouths and altcoiners of all stripes align to attack the Bitcoin protocol preserved only by the BSV network without ceasing. An industry made up almost entirely of criminals, frauds and scammers have united against BSV citing (of all things) purported fraud and the alleged scam that is BSV’s very existence.

We must ask ourselves why this is?

What is the key differentiator of BSV?

Why have all the thugs and thieves united?

It is my firm belief that among the engaged, the motivation is fear of BSV’s singular ability to absorb the global economy and all of the other “crypto” projects that come with that. For the unengaged, or those who don’t understand the power of Bitcoin, they are swept up in a culture war that they do not understand. It is crucial to understand the powers at play and their implications to Bitcoin and the global economy.

A brief history

Bitcoin was launched with a white paper on the Cryptography Mailing List in 2008. The pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto” declared a solution to the double spending problem. The double spending problem of all previous electronic cash systems was the singular limiting factor to adoption of a functional electronic cash. It was impossible to prove exactly who owned what units of money on their distributed ledgers, so systems couldn’t be trusted, and they would wither and die. Bitcoin solved this problem with a concept called “proof of work” which burned computational power to solve arbitrary puzzles in order to account for the state of the ledger in such a way that costs money, so that there is an economic incentive to keep an honest account for everyone’s holdings. This process is often called “mining” because the honest nodes who maintain the honest state of the ledger are rewarded for their work with Bitcoins every ten minutes—similar to how a gold miner is rewarded with gold in exchange for their work.

Since Bitcoin had no value when it launched, it was extremely easy to mine, and also free to send tons of transactions. In theory, this was a Denial of Service (DoS) Attack vector. A DoS or DDoS attack is when nodes get flooded with more data than they can handle and they crash. On a young Bitcoin network, a crash like this would have been deemed a failure of the network, so a cap of 1mb of data for every ten minutes of transaction time was hard coded into the software—planting the first seed of the Bitcoin civil war. From 2009 until 2017, that 1MB limit on total transactions was the single most contentious technical aspect of bitcoin.

Why does it matter?

A single, simple Bitcoin transaction is relatively small from a data standpoint, so 1MB every ten minutes (or 6MB per hour) shakes out to about seven transactions per second before the network becomes overly congested. Satoshi Nakamoto advocated for Visa level transactions, and his direct successor as lead developer on the project, Gavin Andresen, did too! Some of the earliest influential Bitcoiners like Mike Hearn and Jeff Garzik also advocated for more data per block to allow Bitcoin to scale up to remain a simple electronic cash system. They were “big blockers” in contrast to the “small blockers” who advocated for a permanence to Bitcoin’s 1MB limitation.

Small blockers believe that Bitcoin is not a payment network, but rather that it is more akin to a decentralized Swiss bank designed to store Bitcoins that never move: a sort of digital gold vault. They wanted the 1MB block size limit to remain permanent under the auspices of every person running a governing “full node” without having to pay for too much hard drive space. This would mean that at times of congestion, transaction fees would become absurdly high, but that would not matter because bitcoin should not be transacted except in large denominations or in big batches anyways. The other problem is that if it is cheap to join Bitcoin’s governance, then the network is easy to sybil attack, and I would argue that BTC is governed by sybils to this day.

Big blockers believe that everyone on earth should be able to transact and conduct business with bitcoin.

Small blockers believe that everyone should be able to account for the ledger at home, but only certain people should be able to transact.

After years of bickering, in 2017, Bitcoin split into two separate chains, and in 2018, it split again.

What’s the difference?

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BTC is currently the highest price, with the smallest block size and the most hashing power. Unfortunately, it is governed by software developers and sybils who control consensus with a clever use of malware called a “forward compatible soft fork” that allows them to undermine the rules of Bitcoin. They use this power to change the rules of transactions while lying to nodes and telling them to validate them anyways. I encourage you to read Mike Hearn’s warnings about the dangers of “soft forks” here. The entire BTC culture is about buying BTC in order to save it until some point in the future where it will be sold. Payments with BTC or transactions of any kind are looked down upon.

BCH is a Bitcoin-based network who believes blocks should be slightly larger, but they also have developers in charge of the rules just like BTC, and they believe that Bitcoin should be pigeon-holed into only being used for retail business, but nothing more. The network changes rules every six months. Any non-retail transactions are looked down upon.

BSV is the restored version of the original bitcoin protocol with all parameters open so that honest nodes can engage in consensus in accordance with the Bitcoin white paper—by proof of work! The protocol is set in stone so that software developers cannot tinker with the rules. This allows business to make decades-long plans to utilize the network, and invest with confidence. As the only completely permissionless bitcoin network, commerce of any kind is encouraged on BSV. Everything from social networks to weather data science experiments or network uptime intelligence testing is encouraged. Retail payments, tokenization, or any kind of smart contract is simple to deploy without limitations. From brick & mortar business to global enterprise, Bitcoin SV has no limits except the human mind and the entrepreneurial spirit.

And that is the root of the hatred for BSV.

Small blockers have invested their reputations and livelihoods on the notion that bitcoin is incapable of scaling. For years, alleged experts convinced many people that 2MB, 8MB or 22MB block size limits would literally break Bitcoin. They have furiously stated their reputations on these false notions. Well, BSV has had many blocks over 100MB. In fact, there have even been a few over 300MB, proving the small blockers wrong about the limitations of the network. But this realization is a threat to hegemony over the narrative of Bitcoin. Since 2015, when Dr. Craig Wright appeared on the scene to explain that bitcoin had ZERO limitations, he created massive uproar among the small block intelligentsia. The thought-leaders of the day were being paid to speak at conferences and host bootcamps where they explained falsely that Bitcoin was nothing but a provably scarce store of value with no other utility. Dr. Wright was talking about the boundless scale of the network, its Turing completeness and other inconceivable (at the time) notions about Bitcoin. His passion and knowledge was met with smears and jeers. They focused on attacking his character instead of discussing Bitcoin!

This has become one of the primary attack methods of the small blockers. When big blockers talk about Bitcoin’s abilities, they are ridiculed as scammers, and the topic is always triangulated away from technical discussion. They dig through personal records and look for ways to silence Bitcoin’s big blockers similarly to how social justice warriors engage in cancel culture against their political enemies. Naturally, I make a point of pointing it out.


Who is Craig Wright, and what does he do?

If you don’t know, Craig Wright is the chief scientist at a Bitcoin research company in the U.K. called nChain: a company of 150-200 computer scientists. Craig leads the team that studies the outer limits of Bitcoin and its applications to the world. He is one of the world’s most credentialed digital forensics experts with both SANS and GIAC certifications as well as GSE CISSP, CISA, CISM, CCE, GCFA, GLEG, GREM, and GSPA titles. Furthermore, he is a multidisciplinary postgraduate polymath: a Doctor of Computer Science, Economics and Theology as well as holding master’s degrees in Statistics, and International Commercial Law.

In 2015, he was also exposed by a joint publication of WIRED and Gizmodo as Satoshi Nakamoto, the author of the Bitcoin white paper. Within days of this revelation, his supporters from within the bitcoin project had their Github access keys revoked, and many others were instantly lambasted. Craig was put under investigation by the Australian Tax Office for what they deemed was a likely mis-accounting of his bitcoins. The fallout was aggressive and swift, with a gigantic army of small blockers, organized on Reddit and BitcoinTalk, and newly funded by VC money from the small blocker startup called “Blockstream”. Their message was clear: Bitcoin belongs to the small blockers. Bitcoin is only that which cannot scale, and anyone with proximity to Craig Wright will be harassed into compliance by an army of faceless anonymous twitter accounts. There was a massive purge of big blockers from all channels of development and communication.

Over the next few years, Ira Kleiman, brother of the deceased Dave Kleiman sued Craig Wright for his slice of the alleged “Satoshi Nakamoto Partnership” claiming that Dave was more involved than he actual was, and the case is ongoing and no resolution is expected until sometime in 2021. Ira Kleiman believes Craig is Satoshi and has invested an untold fortune as well as secured the money of outside investors to continue the suit in seeming perpetuity. Clearly Ira’s financial backers believe Craig is Satoshi as well.

Wright’s very public doxxing and public lawsuit are often pointed to by critics as huge tarnishes on Wright’s reputation, but it should be noted that both things happen to Wright, and he clearly didn’t desire to be caught up in either situation.

Instead, Craig is a passionate advocate for the big block Bitcoin vision, calling for global professionalization, legalization and utilization of Bitcoin for use in all levels of commerce.  The response to Craig’s passion and his claims has been to attack his reputation and plaster the internet with the “Faketoshi” moniker. When simple bullying failed against Dr. Wright, attacks were ratcheted up to call his various degrees into question, petition universities to investigate him for plagiarism in various works included doctoral theses and more. Wright has even claimed threats against his family members’ lives and there is more than a little bit of evidence that, according to cryptography legend, Ian Grigg, “people died for Bitcoin, folks, people died.”

The ongoing attacks

This cannot be stressed enough: the small blocker community is built around professional social engineering figures and tactics. Gregory Maxwell, co-founder of small blocker “Mecca” Blockstream, was trained in the practice of social engineering, and used it so subversively as a tool of propaganda during his tenure as a high level, paid moderator for Wikipedia’s non-profit branch: Wikimedia Foundation that he was eventually removed from his role at Wikipedia with the admin logs citing a litany of infractions including:

“Gmaxwell did engage in sockpuppetry…” – Alhutch 00:05, 23 January 2006 (UTC)
“threats, rude insults, impersonations of an admin,” -Husnock 03:18, 25 January 2006 (UTC)
“His behaviour is outrageous. Frankly, he is out of control at this stage. This bullying behavour of his has to stop.” – FearÉIREANN (caint) 19:36, 22 January 2006 (UTC)
“His contribs list is beyond the pale. It’s vandalism. It’s behaviour I’d expect from an editor on a rampage, which, frankly, Gmaxwell is.” – Splashtalk 20:00, 22 January 2006 (UTC)
“pretends to be an admin, threatening to block people who disagree with him, regularly makes personal attacks” – SlimVirgin (talk) 12:22, 22 January 2006 (UTC)
He spends a great deal of time on Reddit and other forums spreading fear about the dangers of big blocks, and he has been caught pretending to be multiple accounts at once having very long, technical discussions on Reddit intended to overwhelm newcomers with what looks like intellectual criticisms of bitcoin, but are actually just Maxwell himself creating huge backlogs that can be referenced later as evidence of danger or fraud in regards to the BSV narrative.

Who else is attacked?

The other common target of the anti-BSV war machine is Calvin Ayre: the billionaire head of the Ayre Group empire. Calvin is a Canadian/Antiguan entrepreneur who started internet incubator in Vancouver in the early days of the internet boom. The son of a pig farmer-turned mogul, Ayre is most well known outside of the Bitcoin economy for the creation and professionalization of the internet gambling industry. Most notably, under the Bodog brand, Ayre helped modernize complicated and outdated U.S. financial laws by pushing the envelope into the gray markets that exist where U.S. dollars are used across borders to engage in legally complicated commerce like gambling. His work in this area garnered him a small fortune and a trip onto a U.S. “Most Wanted” list for money laundering. This is a point that small blockers love to focus on, but they take it completely out of context. Calvin ultimately pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge, but spearheaded the modernization of U.S. laws and regulations that exist in completely open and functional white markets today. He is respected for his work in the gambling industry, media and philanthropy. Calvin is certainly welcome in the United States despite the oft-cited and outdated criticism that he is some sort of brazen outlaw.

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In the Bitcoin economy, Ayre is a figurehead in running honest Bitcoin nodes for several years under the CoinGeek and TAAL brands, and he is an investor in nChain as well as multiple startups in the BSV space. While he is likely the largest single investor, he is not the monolith that the small blockers would lead critics to believe. It is important to understand that whole segments of the BSV ecosystem exist completely outside of his influence.

Twetch, for example is an independently-owned and operated business in the BSV ecosystem famous for its jabs against centralized social media. They have even been known to poke fun at businesses that accept money from Ayre, joking that Calvin owns everything but Twetch. Of course, that isn’t true. Another prime example is the independent investor/entrepreneur Jack Liu: former executive from Circle and OKEX. Liu owns the CambrianSV brand of hackathons as well as valuable properties in the BSV space such as RelayX, Streamanity, Output Capital, FloatSV and Dimely.

Other key players are MatterPool Mining and their Mattercloud ecosystem: a joint venture between independent players in the BSV ecosystem including the Emperor Daniel Krawisz, Josh Petty and Attila Aros with direct connections to the BoostPOW and 21e8 protocols and loose relationships with independent BSV developers “Libs” and “Synfonaut”.

Of course, there are indeed valuable Ayre-funded brands as well. These include partial ownership and investment into HandCash, Centi, TonicPow and Unwriter’s Planaria Corp.

Another important metric to consider is the distribution of hashpower. While at one point in history, Ayre-owned businesses represent a significant amount of hash on bitcoin, BSV is mined in large part by competing miners from Binance, F2Pool, OKEX and ViaBTC—none of which are “friends” to BSV or Ayre by any means. These miners do, however, point to the open and permissionless nature of BSV to allow anyone to participate.

Ayre is a significant player, but by no means a controller of the direction of the chain or the independent businesses in the BSV economy.

But why is Craig suing everyone?

First of all, and this is crucial, Craig’s largest and most significant lawsuit is the Kleiman case, in which he is a defendant against his will. The other cases exist only because of the public libeling of Dr. Wright. The #CraigWrightIsAFraud hashtag circulates widely, pushed largely by a mix of anonymous characters on Twitter. Most notably Magnus Granath AKA “Hodlonaut” was warned that a public accusation of fraud would land him in hot water. Dr. Wright’s career is in computer science and digital forensics, so to publicly declare him a fraud causes Dr. Wright financial harm in his area of business expertise. Since he “Hodlnaut” refused to cease, he was served paperwork to be seen in court. This caused famous small block podcaster Peter McCormack to beg to be sued too—ratcheting up the libelous rhetoric against Dr. Wright. Upon McCormack’s request, he too was served to be seen in court.

This era of service begat the #DelistBSV campaign led largely by “CZ” the charismatic CEO of Binance exchange. Various other exchanges like Shapeshift and Kraken posted public polls asking whether they should follow suit, and well-organized small blockers voted en masse to delist BSV from their exchanges—citing the toxicity of Dr. Wright for bring libel suits against Hodlonaut and McCormack. Ultimately, BSV was delisted from Binance, ShapeShift and Kraken. It was also noted publicly by Coinbase and Gemini that they would not be supporting the fork at all in the wake of the public drama.

As things progressed, Bitcoin.com founder Roger Ver also made a public video declaring Wright a fraud. This was after underhandedly working with Bitcoin ABC developers to code up rolling checkpoints into the ABC Bitcoin Cash software, permanently splitting the Bitcoin network for the second and final time—an act for which Roger is also being sued by other disenfranchised parties in Florida. Ver was warned that similar legal trouble would come to his doorstep for libeling Dr. Wright, but the public criticisms persisted until Roger was also served to be heard in court and provide proof of Wright’s fraud or else face penalties for public libel. His case is pending in Antigua & Barbuda where he recently became a citizen.

So what next?

We have established the history of Bitcoin, the civil war, the public attacks against Wright, Ayre and BSV. At the time of writing, we can look back at the attacks against Thomas Lee, Tim Draper and Jimmy Wales for having any proximity to BSV. Despite the social pressure, Lee’s Fundstrat report handed down a glowing review of the fixed protocol and infinite scalability of BSV. Lee and Wales were happy to speak at past CoinGeek events even after the public outcry.

For the 2020 CoinGeek Conference in NYC, McCormack, Hodlonaut, “Arthur Van Pelt” and other players such as BTC pumper Dan Held from Kraken and a cacophony of anonymous trolls on Twitter leveraged their experience in Bolshevik-style cancel culture to pressure speakers Gary Vaynerchuk, and speakers from Prime Trust and Fireblocks to drop out of speaking at the Conference with “known frauds.” This social attack against BSV, Dr. Wright, Ayre and the other businesses that utilize the BSV network could be a gigantic case of consumer fraud. They are actively deceiving people into believing that the fixed protocol and infinite scalability of Bitcoin SV is somehow unsafe, when in fact the protocol and network are impervious to all attacks except their brand of social engineering.

Bitcoin SV is professionally developed with a world-class patent portfolio. It is used by independent businesses to pursue profits and it is mined on the open market by a decentralized group of honest nodes who compete with each other. The network is fixed, secure and growing with investment from small business and global venture capitalists. The lies to the contrary are based on a massive smear campaign perpetrated by the BTC and BCH communities who fear the global adoption of BSV as a tool for commerce and what it will mean for their mouse traps. History will not be kind to these rabble-rousers and their networks which are propped up by the likely frauds of the off-shore cryptocurrency exchanges, the (most-likely) fraudulent Tether stablecoin, the pump & dump economy that undergirds the 95% fake volume of trading of the entire BTC economy.

This is a civil war. There will continue to be casualties, but while BTC and BCH focus on gossip and illicit business, BSV wants the entire world to be more free, more sovereign and more able to cooperate on the global ledger of truth so that the world’s entrepreneurs can engage in big business or simple nano-services made possible only by Bitcoin. Bitcoin is an intelligence test, over time smart people will be able to see through reality distortion fog being created to confuse people and recognize this for what it is, a coordinated commercial attack to suppress superior technology.


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COMPANIES
Bitcoin SV is the only blockchain protocol that can evolve, making it perfect for companies looking to take advantage of its superior technology and leapfrog their competitors.

CoinGeek conferences are fine-tuned to provide maximum value to attendees. This means a judicious mix of professional presentations by authoritative and well-rehearsed speakers, as well as many opportunities for informal interaction between sessions and at the end of the day.

We guarantee that you will not only learn a lot about Bitcoin, but that you will also meet people who will be useful to you as experts, contacts and potential partners in the future.

And you will also have a great time. The food and drinks are excellent and copious (ask anyone who has attended previous events) and there is a spectacular after-party at the end, which ... well, a little defies description, but it's much more than your usual corporate knees.




THE DEVELOPERS
Whether you are already immersed in the world of Bitcoin SV or are a novice, the Bitcoin conference will give you the opportunity to hear from the leading developers working in the field, whether they are producing applications or refining the protocol itself.

With Bitcoin Script Engineer emerging as one of the most sought-after jobs on the block, keeping up with the technology is a challenge for the most knowledgeable as there is so much work in progress in the ecosystem right now. But our Bitcoin conference will give you useful insights and the opportunity to explore areas of interest informally with the contacts you make.

Bitcoin SV occupies a unique position as the only global micropayment network enabling developers to benefit from the creation of new and innovative business models at the microtransaction level. Participants can learn how other developers are exploiting BSV's superpowers and turning them immediately into revenue-generating businesses.

The BSV Hackathon is a magnet for developers, offering an open competition for newcomers to submit ideas and receive feedback and recognition. Some lucky winners will also receive prizes from a prize pool of US$100,000 (paid in BSV, of course). Many former Hackathon winners are now successful BSV start-ups, influencing the whole ecosystem in new directions.




INVESTORS
Bitcoin SV is a magnet for business ideas, many of which are being developed by growing start-ups. But there is much more to wait to hire staff and realise the visions of their founders.

The success of the Bitcoin Association's Pitch Day competition is a testament to the dynamic and growing field of BSV entrepreneurship. Many companies with enormous potential do not need massive injections of cash to take the next step, making the BSV ecosystem the ideal place for investors to find their next project.

One of the advantages of relying on the BSV blockchain is that you are using a central service that already exists. Leveraging the blockchain to provide a viable business idea is a challenge that a new generation of start-up founders has enthusiastically taken up.

While adding a BSV element to already successful business models online offers many ideas, the most interesting opportunities may come from entrepreneurs whose vision for business has only become possible thanks to BSV's unique scale-up and micro-transaction capabilities.

If you want to help them take their ideas forward, they will want to meet you at the conference.




MEDIA
Media coverage of Bitcoin SV is continually increasing as new players become involved and the ecosystem is setting new records for the largest blocks extracted and the number of daily Bitcoin transactions.

This Bitcoin conference is an ideal opportunity to learn what makes BSV truly unique as the only blockbuster that is true to Satoshi Nakamoto's Bitcoin white paper.

The media facilities will allow you to report, record and film with the participants, who are generally happy to spend time with the media during the conference, amplify and explain their presentations or talk about future plans for their companies.

Our efficient conference arrangements facilitate and simplify the planning and execution of your media requests. You'll be amazed at how productively you can use your time.




REGULATION
Members of the Bitcoin SV world have been proactive in contacting regulators to inform them of their work and to ensure that regulation is built into the DNA of their business ideas.

So BSV has become the logical choice for large and small businesses alike. The conference will provide an opportunity for regulators to learn about and discuss issues of legal or regulatory concern with interested participants.



MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
As technology giants make the news because of problems with their advertising systems, there is a clear need for new ideas to improve the online business models of advertisers and content creators.

Fortunately, Bitcoin SV has already led to innovation in both these areas. Advertising using blockchain technology opens the way to more direct control by the advertiser, while BSV blockchain allows content creators new ways to publish their content and earn through micropayments.

BSV-powered businesses such as Streamanity (video streaming), Bit.sv (digital content curation) and TonicPow (online advertising) are growing rapidly and will be of interest to anyone who needs to keep up with developments in the marketing and communications sector.




ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
AI is a vast and varied field, but at the heart of data collection and use. And it is one of the main functionalities of the BSV blockchain.

With its potential for massive scalability, fast processing and extremely low transaction costs, BSV is the obvious choice for AI projects that wish to use blockchain technologies.

IoT is a particular focus of some of BSV's most innovative startups. Data can be collected from a wide range of sensors, for example in an agricultural project, and the information safely stored on the blockchain, to be analysed for results of a type that would never have been available before.

The Bitcoin conference offers a unique opportunity to learn more about these technologies and to meet the engineers and entrepreneurs who are pioneers in this rapidly developing field.



BLOCKCHAIN AS A SERVICE
Private blockchains have long boasted blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) solutions - usually as an alternative to commercial database products. But the advantages over conventional databases have been difficult to realise.

As a public blockchain, Bitcoin SV offers a credible alternative that overcomes many of the weaknesses of private blockchains. Its secure and legally compliant approach combines the reliability demanded by business customers with low transaction costs and fast processing.

With a protocol based on Bitcoin's original design that has now been "set in stone", BSV is not subject to the unpredictability of other blockchains, whether run by large corporations or blockchain companies.

Large companies are placing more and more trust in BSV. The conference offers a unique opportunity both to learn more about the overall situation in BaaS and to make contacts that will help participants to explore customised solutions for the needs of their companies.




CONFIDENTIALITY AND SECURITY
The Bitcoin SV blockchain offers privacy and security features built into its technology. The more you learn about the BSV blockchain, the more you will understand that these features are as integral to its design as the concept of digital currency.

The design of the protocol combines public accountability - since everyone can access the blockchain - with strong security features. Confidentiality is guaranteed by pseudonymity, which allows accountability without compromising personal information.

Our Bitcoin conference offers a unique opportunity to address these issues, with presentations providing clear exposure of the scene, combined with opportunities for access to experts in networking sessions".


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The CoinGeek Live Conference is getting increasingly close (30 September to 2 October 2020), bringing together the world's leading blockchain and Bitcoin BSV thinkers to discuss key issues in making BSV the world's blockchain of choice. Broadcast live from the Manhattan Center in New York City and the Kennington Studio in London, the event is expected to attract delegates from around the world, eager to learn more about the BSV revolution.

Register your space today for the free virtual conference: https://coingeekconference.6connex.eu/event/Live/register





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No need to Bitcoin SV.
It wont ever become anything close to Bitcoin

But keep raking in the BTC from the mining and trading while it lasts.
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No need to Bitcoin SV.
It wont ever become anything close to Bitcoin
But keep raking in the BTC from the mining and trading while it lasts.
written by the guy who supports: Xolentum - LightBit - Litecash - ZUMY coins and other multitudes of scam projects, that's the credibility of your support history Roll Eyes i propose to you take your time, breathe, open your mind, discard what is narrow and make a real analysis by taking the time to find out what is already being produced in the Bitcoin SV ecosystem and what will come next. .......
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September 28, 2020, 11:54:40 AM
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First 'stable' coin on bsv running -

https://www.relayx.com/usdc

Bitcoin can do anything - but check if you do all legally compliant pls

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Bitcoin can do anything - but check if you do all legally compliant pls

When BTC gets rid off BTC wannabes - SV my ass?

I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass ... and I'm all out of bubblegum.
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Shocked A lot of BitCoin (SV) developers will love this extension Wink Thank you very much Satchmo  Kiss

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Bitcoin extension for vs-code



Generating an private key, and getting a Bitcoin address associated with it.


Often times when writing code I need the same things over and over. Sometimes its a txid, or an address, or a private key. In the above screencast you can see me generating a private key, and then getting an address for that private key.

Typically I find myself opening Chrome just to open dev tools and use the console on a page I know has the bsv library exposed on the window object. I would manually generate some key or address, or maybe just wanting to validate some data I already have.




Fetching pre-formatted transaction data by txid


Other times its sample data in a specific format like bmap, bob, or a raw transaction in hex or json.  I'll typically visit whatsonchain.com or a planaria like b.map.sv to browse the blockchain and find a data sample for whatever I'm working on at the moment.  In this example, you can see me simply pasting in a txid and getting the bmap formatted transaction data, and pasting it into my VSCode. The options are:

raw - raw hex string
bob - bob formatting
json - json-rpc representation
bmap - parses a number of known OP_RETURN protocols using bmap.js
This feature uses a secret parser endpoint I've had sitting at bmapjs.com that I use for development and testing sometimes. It's nice to make better use of it Smiley

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To use the plugin, bring up the command palette (ctrl/cmd + shift + p) and type the name of any of the commands below.

Commands..... read more on: https://powping.com/posts/97445b02e43b9510d0c6623f318a2d47a048ed3cc7c80bc2a9ae14d11610429e


Source: https://powping.com/posts/97445b02e43b9510d0c6623f318a2d47a048ed3cc7c80bc2a9ae14d11610429e

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  Did you know that instead of sending BitcoinSV with a classic address you can send BitcoinSV to an email address!







  Read Introducing Paymail: An Extensible Identity Protocol for Bitcoin (BSV) on https://blog.moneybutton.com/2019/05/31/introducing-paymail-an-extensible-identity-protocol-for-bitcoin-bsv/ and https://www.bitcoincours.com/2019/06/acheter-un-ou-plusieurs-paymail.html




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Here is an interesting document Cool

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The USDC stable coins are coming on the BSV blockchain 🔥

RelayX, one of the most popular BitcoinSV portfolios, has just added the USDC as a US dollar token on BitcoinSV supported 1 to 1 by the USDC (ERC20). To get started, users can sign up for this service by converting their BSVs to USDC. They can then send their USDC with the lowest fees on the market, on average 0.0007€ per transaction thanks to the BSV blockchain!

The USDC-SV is issued on the smartcontracts protocol of the BSV blockchain. The development of token protocols on BSV is rapidly accelerating, including RUN, Tokenized, sCrypt, Bayesian, Elas, Bitcoin Computer, and more with innovation at both layer 2 and layer 1.

The launch of USDC-SV is a major milestone as the first open and publicly available token on Bitcoin SV. Widely regarded by the crypto community in general as an impossibility, we believe this is the beginning of a token explosion on Bitcoin. A stable token has long been desired by many applications and users in the BSV ecosystem for use cases such as social media, gaming, trading, financial services, etc.

RelayX also launches BSV / USDC-SV Exchange

Parallel to the release of USDC-SV, RelayX is also launching BSV / USDC-SV bi-directional swaps, allowing anyone to exchange almost instantaneously between the two cryptosystems on the BSV blockchain.

BSV / USDC-SV trading allows traders, businesses and users to hedge the risk of fluctuating BSV prices by instantly exchanging their BSVs for USDCs without ever leaving Bitcoin. BSV trading will no longer be limited to centralized trading, often with extremely conservative block confirmation times of 20 or more for deposits and withdrawals.

Even more interestingly, one can imagine a future where the currency you use on Bitcoin applications such as Twetch or Streamanity becomes only a parameter. A viewer could pay 10 cents in USDC, while the content creator receives the funds in the form of BSV.

USDC (ERC20) - issued by Circle and Coinbase, is the fastest growing stablecoin, supported by hundreds of fintech companies in their products and services. The USDC has recorded more than $50 billion in trading and settlement volume on public blockchains. In recent months, as a result of increased global demand for digital dollars, the USDC has experienced significant growth, with an increase of more than 200% in USDC outstanding from pre-pandemic levels, with more than $2.2 billion outstanding. But the explosion of Ethereum's fees has made it expensive to use.

About RelayX

A Bitcoin SV Superwallet allowing consumers, developers and businesses to access the blockchain. RelayX is used by thousands of people around the world and is integrated with leading Bitcoin SV applications including Twetch, Streamanity, Baemail, Dimely, ShaWars, BitPic and many others.

If you feel ready to take the first step in the future, join our page and test the best applications in the Metanet at https://metastore.app/apps?sort=money

The most popular Metanet site to date is twetchapp, an incensurable twitter version on the blockchain, check it out!

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September 29, 2020, 11:55:08 AM
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The USDC stable coins are coming on the BSV blockchain 🔥

RelayX, one of the most popular BitcoinSV portfolios, has just added the USDC as a US dollar token on BitcoinSV supported 1 to 1 by the USDC (ERC20). To get started, users can sign up for this service by converting their BSVs to USDC. They can then send their USDC with the lowest fees on the market, on average 0.0007€ per transaction thanks to the BSV blockchain!

The USDC-SV is issued on the smartcontracts protocol of the BSV blockchain. The development of token protocols on BSV is rapidly accelerating, including RUN, Tokenized, sCrypt, Bayesian, Elas, Bitcoin Computer, and more with innovation at both layer 2 and layer 1.

The launch of USDC-SV is a major milestone as the first open and publicly available token on Bitcoin SV. Widely regarded by the crypto community in general as an impossibility, we believe this is the beginning of a token explosion on Bitcoin. A stable token has long been desired by many applications and users in the BSV ecosystem for use cases such as social media, gaming, trading, financial services, etc.

RelayX also launches BSV / USDC-SV Exchange

Parallel to the release of USDC-SV, RelayX is also launching BSV / USDC-SV bi-directional swaps, allowing anyone to exchange almost instantaneously between the two cryptosystems on the BSV blockchain.

BSV / USDC-SV trading allows traders, businesses and users to hedge the risk of fluctuating BSV prices by instantly exchanging their BSVs for USDCs without ever leaving Bitcoin. BSV trading will no longer be limited to centralized trading, often with extremely conservative block confirmation times of 20 or more for deposits and withdrawals.

Even more interestingly, one can imagine a future where the currency you use on Bitcoin applications such as Twetch or Streamanity becomes only a parameter. A viewer could pay 10 cents in USDC, while the content creator receives the funds in the form of BSV.

USDC (ERC20) - issued by Circle and Coinbase, is the fastest growing stablecoin, supported by hundreds of fintech companies in their products and services. The USDC has recorded more than $50 billion in trading and settlement volume on public blockchains. In recent months, as a result of increased global demand for digital dollars, the USDC has experienced significant growth, with an increase of more than 200% in USDC outstanding from pre-pandemic levels, with more than $2.2 billion outstanding. But the explosion of Ethereum's fees has made it expensive to use.

About RelayX

A Bitcoin SV Superwallet allowing consumers, developers and businesses to access the blockchain. RelayX is used by thousands of people around the world and is integrated with leading Bitcoin SV applications including Twetch, Streamanity, Baemail, Dimely, ShaWars, BitPic and many others.

If you feel ready to take the first step in the future, join our page and test the best applications in the Metanet at https://metastore.app/apps?sort=money

The most popular Metanet site to date is twetchapp, an incensurable twitter version on the blockchain, check it out!

 https://www.relayx.com/

Yes - all cool, but here with 'ncensurable'  u might not meet proper expectations - there are reasons why content may not be shown to the puplic and I guess twetch can handle such

Correct me if i m wrong

The better value prop is that you re the owner of your content and stay - not like twitter et al


so it's not really possible to delete your stuff  (once all is legit)., that should put some pressure on the nature of you content and lead to better content / less trolling  ( so the theory)

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No need to Bitcoin SV.
It wont ever become anything close to Bitcoin
But keep raking in the BTC from the mining and trading while it lasts.
written by the guy who supports: Xolentum - LightBit - Litecash - ZUMY coins and other multitudes of scam projects, that's the credibility of your support history Roll Eyes i propose to you take your time, breathe, open your mind, discard what is narrow and make a real analysis by taking the time to find out what is already being produced in the Bitcoin SV ecosystem and what will come next. .......

yip, I have been in crypto long enough now to understand a thing or 2

Its all about keeping people interested in any other shitcoin so that the devs or team can collect BTC.

once you collect BTC, you exchange for $ and so it goes.
Every single other project is just another "idea" to try and get BTC

Maybe a few other good ideas around, ETH for example and 1 or 2 others.... Maybe....
The rest is there to get investors to part with the $$$$$
Or get people to rent rigs and part with their BTC, while they mine some or other shitcoin
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....mine some or other shitcoin
Here it is not the case in BSV ecosystem, do your own research Smiley

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