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Bitcoin SV(BSV)

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$60.268
(-0.87%)
0.00260295 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#53)
$1,153,389,098
49,814 BTC
Vol 24h
$22,868,393
987.676 BTC
Circulating Supply
19,137,664.14
Max Supply
21,000,000
51 day agocointelegraph
Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, SOL, LTC, LINK, BSV
Bitcoin is flashing some early signs of a relief rally, and SOL, LTC, LINK and BSV could follow if bulls reclaim $20,000 as a support level for BTC.
74 days agocointelegraph
BSV president urges Meta to store data for its metaverse on a public blockchain
Jimmy Nguyen, president of BSV Association, hopes that Meta would take an approach that doesn’t store data within their own servers.
90 days agocointelegraph
Bitcoin price reclaims $30K as Bitcoin Cash hits fresh record low against BTC
Bitcoin SV joins the hard fork in posting dismal price performance as the dust settles on the Terra UST debacle.
113 days agocryptodaily
Monero Network Reaches Community Consensus For July Hard Fork
Developers of the Monero Network have announced that the privacy-focused blockchain protocol has reached a community consensus in which a mainnet hard fork will be implemented at block height 2,668,888. The update to Monero’s mainnet will see an increase to the chain’s ring size, going from 11 to 16, while also adding view tags for outputs that would result in a drastic reduction to its wallet scanning time. The hard fork will also introduce full implementation of the protocol’s bulletproofs, or short non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs that require no trusted setup, as well as changes to the network’s fee structure.Monero ($XMR) is rapidly increasing in its number of users, as the crypto and blockchain space also grows by comparison. Privacy and security among crypto protocols has been a hot topic, ever since the proliferation of hacks, especially in the decentralized finance sector. Concerns about Monero’s status as a “safe haven” for criminals, however, has prompted some to criticize the network’s design.According to the Monero network developers, the hard fork is aimed at improving the base protocol, but will not in fact create a new coin out of the fork, a major contention among blockchain protocols that have been forced to split because of hard forks, like Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash/BSV.The Monero blockchain community’s decision to raise the number of ring signatures will result in larger and more effective anonymity sets for transactions, essentially hardening the network’s security by complexifying the sources of a transaction. Monero’s core developers have pointed out that view tags would effectively reduce network scanning time by up to 40%, a measure that would downsize the time for deriving the output public key for every anonymous transaction. The changes, and the fee values by extension, have been approved to a growth rate of 14x per year, in place of previous proposals for 32x per year, in order to accommodate the growth’s scale and avoid imbalance in the network.Monero’s Bulletproofs zero-knowledge proofs system will also later be implemented as the hard fork is released, and will then be used for range proofs, providing faster encryption and verification processes on Monero’s privacy-first blockchain. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
183 days agocointelegraph
Swiss BSV to establish blockchain academy in the Middle East
The BSV association and SDA will collaborate through the new blockchain academy in Riyadh to provide blockchain learning and development resources.
204 days agocointelegraph
Pakistan's president calls for more training in blockchain technology
Among the panel of experts that met with President Arif Alvi was Bitcoin Association founding president and Bitcoin SV advocate Jimmy Nguyen.
222 days agocointelegraph
Little forkers: BCH and BSV get crushed by Bitcoin price in 2021
The two cryptocurrencies look poised to end 2021 in double-digit percentage losses against Bitcoin.
239 days agocryptodaily
IOTA Competitors 2021: IOT Blockchain Alternatives Have Evolved
There’s a growing consensus that to safely scale IoT (the Internet of Things) that blockchain technology must be employed. This is in light of the many device hacks and IoT platform security breaches that continue to expose the vulnerabilities and liabilities of this first phase of IoT implementations (Here are some eye-opening examples). Over the years, IoT Blockchain companies have evolved. The most recent entrants to this space are demonstrably providing value that IOTA, one of the early players in this space, originally promised but to date hasn't been able to deliver.There are now many alternatives and competitors to IOTA, who are innovating the IoT space. A larger point is that IOTA started an important conversation that more companies have joined; that conversation being that IoT is too important to not be secured on a blockchain. There are real use cases: IoTeX - Ucam, Winner of CES award in 2020, the first security camera that lets users protect and manage video footage on a blockchain. Helium - Airly, indoor air monitoring that runs on Helium’s People’s Network to make air quality data accessible worldwide Bitcoin SV - VXPass With VXpass and a camera phone, patients can confidently complete the two-dose treatment at different point of care providers. Who are some of the major players in the IoT Blockchain Space? IoTeX, Helium and Bitcoin BSV have risen to the occasion to overtake IOTAs in mind and market share. Each brings something else to the table, and will undoubtedly have a major say in the future of the growing IoT blockchain world. Here’s the run-down: IoTeX As of this August, IoTeX is listed on Coinbase (IOTA and the others featured here are not listed on Coinbase, which is known for its rigorous due diligence required for listing). IoTeX offers a range of pure hardware-oriented solutions including two award-winning devices that are in the open market: a tracking device for B2B and B2C markets and a market-disrupting blockchain security camera. Other offerings include DeFi projects in DEXs, wallets, staking and liquidity pools along with NFT and Play-to-Earn games. Right now there are hundreds of development teams building on IoTeX which employ the same developer skills as those needed for developing on the Ethereum blockchain. Oh, and IoTeX is EVM compatible. Bitcoin SV’s platform is truer to the original vision of Satoshi Nakamoto. Founded by Calvin Ayre and Craig Wright, Bitcoin SV has made a Bitcoin variant that is more scalable by increasing the block size on their chain. The list of projects on their site include IoT projects, DEXs, wallets, games, crypto token minting, and more. Interestingly, this past summer (2021), Bitcoin SV was the subject of hacks called 51% attacks. where the goal is to take over 51% of the hash rate and use that hashing power majority to control and prevent block production as well as double-spend coins. These attacks were not successful and Bitcoin SV is designed to resist these types of attacks. Helium is focused on hardware-based IoT projects that include indoor location tracking, air quality monitoring, supply chain, elder care monitoring, micromobility tracking, Hotspots and more (as opposed to applications that support pure IoT projects). They are getting traction in the market with their blockchain based wireless network, The People’s Network. Helium just announced a partnership with DISH Wireless that will significantly expand the number of user-owned wireless network nodes on the Helium Network. IOTA: What Went Wrong? IOTA - with a Market Cap of $3.8 Bil. IOTA is still one of the larger players by market cap in the IoT Blockchain industry. Yet, it is a far cry from its peak. This market cap is down from an all-time high of $14.8B in 2017 when investors were more bullish on IOTA’s prospects. But the shine has lessened as a result of multiple hacks in which money was stolen from users’ wallets, being offline a number of times, the unrealized promise of a fully decentralized platform, the unproven nature of their DAG consensus mechanism, the lack of cross platform compatibility (recent announcements promise IOTA will be EVM compatible), and more. For more information on concerns raised, see this critique. IOTA remains optimistic and recent announcements include plans to be EVM compatible, as their competitor IoTeX already is. It has to be noted, hacking issues have plagued IOTA. And unlike Bitcoin SV, which successfully resisted attack, in Feb of 2020, IOTA was hacked and went down for over 20 days. Recently they announced smart contacts, but their competitorsalready had them for years. For example, IoTeX mainnet with smart contracts launched in April 2019, two and half years ago. From its inception, IoTeX has been EVM compatible and able to execute smart contracts. While IOTA just announced recently week with great fanfare that they are planning to add smart contracts “at some point in the future”. The irony is, they positioned themselves as superior to blockchain with Tangle in 2017. And now 4 years later, they are still not far from where they were since it can't even do smart contacts on its own. Why do they even need Tangle? Unclear. BSV, Helium and IoTeX have been running live blockchain networks since inception. Tangle is still on the Test Net, 4 years and counting. By any measurable metric, IOTA has lost the war. Fanfare aside, in its current state it is a shadow of its former self that continues to scream promise from the house on the side of town. Only diehard IOTA fans seem to be listening. Verdict: Time to retire IOTA and let the actual IoT blockchaininnovation step in. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice
244 days agocryptodaily
Florida Jury Orders Craig 'Satoshi' Wright To Pay $100 Million In Damages
Craight Wright, an Australian computer scientist who has claimed that he invented Bitcoin since at least 2016, was ordered by a U.S. jury to pay $100 million in damages to the estate of David Kleiman. The damages were made over claims that Wright overextended his rights and misrepresented ownership of intellectual property for Bitcoin and its early development, effectively cheating Kleiman, who died in April 23rd, 2013 at the age of 46. The verdict follows three weeks of trial, with the resulting judgment remaining unclear whether Wright actually is the pseudonymous creator of the alpha cryptocurrency, Satoshi Nakamoto. The award of $100 million in damages was far shorter than what Kleiman's estate has filed as claims, with over $25 billion (1.1m BTC) worth of Bitcoin sought at the trial. Notably, most of the claims against Wright were rejected, leading to Wright's defense claiming that the verdict was in favor of their stance. "This was a tremendous victory for our side," statesAndres Rivero of Rivero Mestre LLP, Wright's lead lawyer. If Wright follows through with his stance and claim that he is indeed Satoshi Nakamoto, he would be legally bound to pay the damages in full, even if the damages awarded were only a fraction of the actual value. The case, presided in a federal court in Miami, took a full week for deliberation, with jurors mincing on the intricacies of cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin's algorithmic consensus mechanism. "Wright refused to give the Kleimans their fair share of what [David Kleiman] helped create and instead took those assets for himself,”said Vel Freedman and Kyle Roche of Roche Freedman LLP, and Andrew Brenner, a partner at Boies Schiller Flexner, in a joint statement. Wright's claim to being Satoshi Nakamoto has been largely considered as false, mostly because the 1.1m BTC in question have never been moved, according to public blockchain records. Wright previously claimed that he lost the encrypted keys to access this Bitcoin stash, when his computer network was hacked sometime in February 2020. Wright, who now resides in Britain, previously took a separate claim against developers of four other networks forked from Bitcoin: Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV), Bitcoin Core (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Bitcoin Cash ABC (ABC), to a London high court. Wright says that, if he wins the trial to prove his identity, he would donate most of the Bitcoin stash. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
266 days agocryptodaily
Understanding Crypto Lending And How It Works
The process of crypto lending is starting to contribute to the decentralized finance world in some pretty central ways. Many beginners are not familiar with the concept of cryptocurrency lending and don't understand some of the major differences from fiat lending systems, along with the big benefits of crypto lending systems for a range of investors and other parties. Here are some of the main points of how crypto lending has evolved, and what it offers in today's financial world. Fiat Lending and Crypto Lending: Defi Innovation at Work In the fiat lending world, particularly in American and European systems, interest rates are extremely low, mainly due to interventions by central banks. For years, it has been difficult to glean any substantial interest from invested capital without taking major risks. For example, while current federal deposit banking account interest rates net American depositors less than a fraction of a percentage point, new crypto lending initiatives can provide those who are staking crypto assets with numbers like 10%, mostly unheard of in the fiat market. Platforms like Cred are advancing these types of “flat interest crypto” systems, with real yields for asset holders who pledge crypto into these platforms. One of the reasons for this is the decentralized nature of crypto assets and the frictionless transactions that apply. Without the need for central banking verification, many of the traditional costs are eliminated. There are still gas fees and other fees charged by cryptocurrency platforms and brokers, but there is a range of new potential gains as well. Opportunity with Crypto Lending Systems Another thing to understand is that the crypto lending market is different from fiat lending markets in the potential of capital to work overtime. Many of these credit platforms are able to offer high-interest rates because they take the lender’s Bitcoin, Ethereum, or other cryptocurrency and use it in a given context. Right now, some of the major uses of crypto involve: Online gaming Market investments Capital reserves Media of payment NFT markets All of these combined to form a lucrative marketplace where staked capital can earn value. Crypto Lending Strategies Many crypto holders are investors who have profited from changes in cryptocurrency per-coin values, but they’re also looking for arbitrage and lossless farming with their idle crypto funds. The best new lending systems accomplish this with tools like liquidity aggregators, crypto credit rating systems, and intuitive platforms for trading cryptocurrencies. Some companies, like Soda, go one step further with on-chain data analysis. Soda’s solution in particular, a “Sol ID to consumer credit rating system” provides transparency for a crypto holder’s creditworthiness in this new market where traditional credit rating systems don't apply. All of this informs how crypto lending happens, and the context in which it happens. Simply put, people with these new assets can find new ways to make their money work for them during a given time frame. Again, these lending interest rates (from practices like staking and farming) are high above what people could get in a traditional fiat market unless they are purchasing very risky assets. Crypto Lending Logistics Typically, a staker pledges crypto into a system that joins crypto to market values in some greater or broader way. A common practice is to use a stablecoin, a type of cryptocurrency that is pegged to a fiat currency value. It’s important to be careful, though, due to some regulatory abstraction around crypto and stablecoins in particular. Some finance agencies, like the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, have created significant obstacles for numerous companies seeking to offer crypto lending solutions, and subsequently, more than a few applicants have dropped plans to roll out these programs. Critics cite flash loan issues and rug pulls as downsides in this new market. All of that has a chilling effect, but in general, innovation in crypto trading and lending continues worldwide, partly because of the ease of moving value internationally, and the resulting “leveling” facilitated by DeFi globally. Think about the future applications of crypto lending to our financial system, and you'll see one of the biggest reasons why people are not talking about cryptocurrencies “going away” anytime soon. In fact, new on-ramps are quickly integrating cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, Litecoin, BSV, and others into our global markets. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
310 days agozycrypto
Singapore Bullish On Crypto, Grants License To Two Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Key takeaways Singapore’s MAS issues full licensure approval for DBS Vickers (DBSV) and Independent Reserve to provide digital payment token services. Other cryptocurrency exchanges and businesses are still under “in principle approval.” Industry players are however hopeful that Singapore’s move is for the best as the country has been becoming more crypto-friendly.  The Monetary Authority […]
313 days agocointelegraph
Singapore finance authority grants licenses to Independent Reserve and DBS
DBSV and Independent Reserve previously received MAS’ in-principle approvals to provide digital payment token services.
321 day agocointelegraph
Robinhood confirms crypto wallet feature on app starting in October
The company did not specify which tokens the digital wallet would support, but the app currently provides commission-free trading for BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, BSV, DOGE, and ETC.
334 days agobitcoinexchangeguide
Robinhood Trading App Rolls Out “Dollar Cost Averaging” for Crypto Investments
Robinhood is rolling out a new crypto feature that will allow users to automatically invest in supported cryptocurrencies on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis without a commission fee. Supported cryptocurrencies on the brokerage company include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE), Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Bitcoin SV (BSV). This […] The post Robinhood Trading App Rolls Out “Dollar Cost Averaging” for Crypto Investments first appeared on BitcoinExchangeGuide.
350 days agocryptonomist
Bitcoin SV Hackathon: the three finalists will win $100,000 in BSV
Swiss-based Bitcoin Association announces developers on the podium The post Bitcoin SV Hackathon: the three finalists will win $100,000 in BSV appeared first on The Cryptonomist.
357 days agocryptonomist
Bitcoin SV: blockchain goes up to 2 gigabytes for more scalability
The Swiss Bitcoin Association has announced big news for Craig Wright's blockchain The post Bitcoin SV: blockchain goes up to 2 gigabytes for more scalability appeared first on The Cryptonomist.

About Bitcoin SV

The live price of Bitcoin SV (BSV) today is 60.268 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Bitcoin SV at 19,137,664.14 BSV, its market capitalization stands at 1,153,389,098 USD. In the last 24 hours BSV price has moved -2.5292 USD or -0.04% while 14,771,237 USD worth of BSV has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of BSV puts it at #53 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

Learn more about the Bitcoin SV blockchain network and how it works or follow the price of its native cryptocurrency BSV and the broader market with our unique COIN360 cryptocurrency heatmap.

Bitcoin SV is a fork of the Bitcoin Cash cryptocurrency that was designed as an attempt to represent the initial vision of cryptocurrency. The “SV” acronym stands for “Satoshi Vision” referring to the first cryptocoin developer’s pseudonym. The news of Bitcoin SV establishment is among the most prominent events of the past year. The BSV coin has a capitalization of over 1 billion USD, which places the coin in the top 10 cryptos in terms of market cap. It’s hard to make Bitcoin SV predictions in both price and technological development. The Bitcoin SV fork happened in November 2018 and its price was initially highly volatile. However, after peaking in November 2018, the price of Bitcoin SV decreased and became more stable.
Bitcoin SV Price60.268 USD
Market Rank#53
Market Cap1,153,389,098 USD
24h Volume22,868,393 USD
Circulating Supply19,137,664.14 BSV
Max Supply21,000,000 BSV
Yesterday's Market Cap1,143,890,000 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close62.3022 USD / 59.773 USD
Yesterday's High / Low62.8235 USD / 59.1889 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.04% ( 2.5292 USD )
Yesterday's Volume14,771,237 USD
Mining Info
Hashing algorithmSHA-256
Pools (known)10
Pools Hashrate187.48 PH/s
Network Hashrate513.46 PH/s
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