Bitcoin Association represented Bitcoin SV at WeAreDevelopers World Congress with more than 8000 attendees

ZUG, Switzerland, June 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Bitcoin Association for BSV has represented Bitcoin SV at WeAreDevelopers World Congress in Berlin. With more than 8000 attendees over two days, the WeAreDevelopers World Congress is the largest developer event worldwide.

Bitcoin SV was represented in two separate talks on the 14th of June. The presentation ’20 million Txs Per Day: Writing Data to the World Largest PoW Blockchain’ was held by Kurt Wuckert Jr., Chief Bitcoin Historian, CoinGeek, Jad Wahab, Director of Engineering at Bitcoin Association and Connor Murray, Founder of Britevue and Blockchain SV Academy Course Content Creator.

Darren Kellenschwiler, Co-Founder & CTO of Elas, and Mihael Šinkec, Software Engineer at sCrypt, held the second presentation ‘Bitcoin is a Turing Complete System On Which You Can Build Smart Contracts and Issue Tokens’. Both times the pews were filled with a total of about 160 congress participants. The audience showed great interest in the talks, but the tight schedule of the event only allowed a limited number of questions.

Furthermore, Bitcoin SV was represented in three workshops on the 15th of June. For the workshop ‘Building applications on Bitcoin SV’ Darren Kellenschwiler and Connor Murray gave the workshop participants an introduction to the functionalities of BSV. The workshop showcased how to build applications with the publicly available SDKs by Handcash and Moneybutton.

The second workshop by sCrypt’s Mihael Šinkec focussed on the smart contract capabilities of Bitcoin SV. During the workshop, Šinkec showed participants how they can build a simple tic-tac-toe game via sCrypt’s educational tool The game allowed players to win a staked amount of BSV.

The third workshop ‘The Future of Transaction processing and blockchain infrastructure as a service’ was held by TAAL’s Frank Dickob, Simon Orbish and Liam Missim. The workshop showcased a note application by TAAL. Participants could write a note via…


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