At CoinGeek London 2020, EHR Data Inc. announced that they are building a global healthcare database on Bitcoin SV, in partnership with nChain. The plan entails digitising medical data, making it accessible to all relevant healthcare providers, and giving patients ownership of their healthcare data for the first time. Bitstocks Relationship Managers, Antonio Shillingford and James Coughlan tuck into the topic, declaring EHR Data’s groundbreaking mission a testament to Bitcoin SV’s capabilities.

Using the current Coronavirus pandemic as an example, the pair illustrate the benefits of transitioning the healthcare industry from siloed information to a shared data approach.

Reference material: https://coingeek.com/ehr-data-to-migrate-41-years-of-healthcare-data-to-bitcoin-sv/

In the third and final part of this episode, Emmanuel Alamu and Elia Yousif talk about key dates for Bitcoin over the coming year, with the Bitcoin reward halving being arguably the most prominent. The myth that the halving event will necessarily lead to the doubling of price is based on a misconception about Bitcoin’s supply and demand model. Bitcoin’s full supply of coins, 21 million, has been in existence since the beginning. The supply remains stable, leaving demand as the only fluctuating key barometer in the model. Although previous Bitcoin halvings have coincided with a growth in demand to compensate for the reduction in the set mining reward, BTC and BCH’s lack of utility has led to a stagnation. “Bitcoin node implementations that don’t have demand will start to see a slow death after the halving,” suggests Emmanuel.

Bitcoin SV’s immutable, secure and serverless data storage capabilities will be irresistible to the new data economy, forecast Bitstocks Relationship Managers, Antonio Shillingford and James Coughlan. Although storage and retrieval of Big Data is nothing new, Bitcoin SV’s unique features (a single global ledger with built-in data ownership, data privacy, and monetisation) will revolutionise existing business models and offer a foundation to implement technologies that will disrupt the tech giants of today. Having a single reliable data ledger already means that business partners can all integrate with this ‘universal source of truth’, and seamlessly pass value between all parties along the chain.

“Who wants to be standing outside of Starbucks with Costa Coffee Coins? What we want is one utility, under one roof, that will allow us to do everything we need to do in one space. And that certainly can be derived from BSV.” Source: How Bitcoin SV will control the new data economy, by Mohammad Jaber, via CoinGeek https://coingeek.com/how-bitcoin-sv-will-control-the-new-data-economy/

In the second part of this episode, Emmanuel Alamu and Elia Yousif explore the multiple layers and components that make up the Bitcoin system. Miners, developers, users and merchants all play a unique role, and everyone is incentivised to work together. “The moment you try to work against the system, you’ll be found out. The beauty of that is that it keeps everyone in line, because nobody wants to burn a hole in their own pocket.”

 

The different node implementations (BTC, BCH, and BSV) have each taken a different stand on the role of miners and the block size limit. Bitcoin Core insists on keeping the block size low and developers in charge. Bitcoin Cash is considering a proposal to tax miners to fund development. Bitcoin SV, sticking to the original vision of Bitcoin, has lifted the block size limit entirely, putting miners in charge of finding the equilibrium between the market’s demand with their own capacity, to create a scenario where growth and innovation is encouraged.

 

Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Bitcoin SV (BSV). How on earth did we get to having three vastly different projects laying claim to the Bitcoin name? In episode 1 of our new podcast series, Bitstocks Product & Sales Manager, Emmanuel Alamu and CFO, Elia Yousif set out to explore the history, ideologies and economics that underpin the different Bitcoin node implementations.

In part 1 of this episode, Emmanuel and Elia take us through historical events and the narratives that developed along the way. The pair take us back to the very beginning of the block size debate, when Mike Hearn proposed an 8MB block size limit in 2014 and ended up ostracised from the community. Moving on to 2015, we look at the initial proposal of SegWit, a protocol change that would radically alter the way transactions would be processed on the BTC network. By 2016, the Bitcoin project is split between those vying for the adoption of SegWit, and those rallying for the block size to be increased to 8MB. The first hard fork follows as result, with the birth of Bitcoin Cash at the end of 2017. A little over a year later, a civil war erupts within Bitcoin Cash, a hash war takes place, and Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (Bitcoin SV) is born.

To an outsider, the different factions of Bitcoin might seem absurd. But, by focussing our attention on the different ideologies (socialism, anarchism, capitalism) and economic incentive schemes of each, Elia and Emmanuel show us there’s more than trivial tribalism brewing beneath the surface.

 

In part II of this podcast, Nassim Haramein and Bitstocks’ CEO-Founder, Michael Hudson take us on a journey of breaking down scientific dogma in order to discover the truth.

 

The two marvel at the difficulty of engineering ancient architecture without modern machinery, concluding that gravitational control was once practised on earth. The two go from exploring the secrets revealed by ancient artifacts to the next step for human evolution: learning to control the gravitational field. Nobel prize-winning geneticists, Francis Crick’s theory of Directed Panspermia provides a perfect example of the elite’s suppression of advanced scientific knowledge, but a change is coming.... Michael is building a benevolent financial system with built-in accountability: Bitstocks’ Gravity. What is Gravity? “Everything, yet nothing,” explains Michael. Nassim provides a new scientific understanding of Gravity: the curvature of space-memory. Nassim’s work includes innovations that will bring Gravity Control, Zero Point Energy, and Space Travel to humanity. He explains how it will affect our lives on this planet. 

 

Note:

During the CoinGeek London Conference on 20 February 2020, Michael Hudson announced that Bitstocks and Torus Tech would be setting up a collaborative lab with PHDs selected and endorsed by none other than Nassim Haremein. The project will be focussed on developing and understanding the geometric nature of the Mathematics within Bitcoin and its biological nature, to ultimately develop an intelligence system that can serve as what technology should be… an extension of the human experience. 

Coming to you from CoinGeek London 2020, Bitstocks Relationship Managers, Antonio Shillingford and James Coughlan share their conference highlights. First on the agenda is the buzz created by Bitstocks’ CEO-founder, Michael Hudson through his presentation on the Gravity Mission (You can watch it here). The two guide you through the symbolism of Michael’s presentation, connect it with the various technologies on display at the Gravity booth, and hint at the Nassim Haramein partnership (watch it here), as a means to understand the significance of the Mission.

Antonio and James then take a walkabout around the conference centre, catching up with Lorien Gamaroff (CEO at Centbee), Bitcoin SV Train’s Shem Booth-Spain (Founder of the Bitcoin SV Channel), Rafael Jimenez Seibane (Co-founder of Handcash), Brandon Cryderman (Handcash connect rep), and Michael Hudson after his presentation. 

Evaluating the energy and mood of the event, the pair see it as a promising predictor for Bitcoin SV’s ‘Year of Enterprise’. 

Sign up for Bitstocks’ Gravity: www.bitstocks.com/gravity. Though Gravity is only supporting UK residents right now, European residents (with the exception of Germany) can sign up from 1 April 2020! 

To introduce their partnership to the world, Nassim Haramein (World leader in Unified Physics, CEO-Founder of Torus Tech) and Bitstocks’ CEO-Founder, Michael Hudson take a deep dive into the concepts of spacetime, space memory and Bitcoin

In part 1, Nassim explains how he came to rethink the relationship between mass and space-time, and the importance of memory for the concept of time: “Time is really information recorded on the structure of space.” Nassim’s Unified Physics makes sense of phenomena like the law of attraction and the placebo effect. Yet, he also wants to be clear: “These are not simply theories or philosophy, I have solved the equations and their predictive abilities are highly accurate.”

Giving away the connection between Nassim’s research and Bitcoin, Michael lets slip: “The Bitcoin blockchain is really an auditable trail of interactions that are recorded on a tape. So, it is space and memory of the movement of whatever happened within that space.”

 

Note:

During the CoinGeek London Conference on 20 February 2020, Michael Hudson announced that Bitstocks and Torus Tech would be setting up a collaborative lab with PHDs selected and endorsed by none other than Nassim Haremein. The project will be focussed on developing and understanding the geometric nature of the Mathematics within Bitcoin and its biological nature, to ultimately develop an intelligence system that can serve as what technology should be… an extension of the human experience. 

Centbee CEO and co-founder, Lorien Gamaroff, talks to Bitstocks CEO-Founder, Michael Hudson about empowering humanity, and Africa in particular, through Bitcoin. 

Lorien, a software engineer by training, originates from Zimbabwe where he worked in the energy industry at a time when Africans had little access to digital payment platforms. Bitcoin appeared as an ideal solution. When the Zimbabwe Central Bank destroyed the local currency, he started reading up about Austrian economics and the concept of sound money. Since then Lorien’s understanding of Bitcoin has evolved significantly and he’s highly sought after by institutions like central banks and the IMF to speak on the societal benefits of Bitcoin.

Über Bitcoin coder and CTO at nChain, Steve Shadders talks to Bitstocks CEO-Founder, Michael Hudson about Bitcoin’s history, and creating an immutable chronicle with the help of Bitcoin. As one of the team leaders behind the Bitcoin SV development team, Steve runs us through their extensive preparations for the Bitcoin SV’s Genesis upgrade and reveals the name of the final Bitcoin SV hard fork... 

“I’m more excited about the fact that I don’t know what Bitcoin (BSV) will look like in 3 years just because the possibility is boundless.”

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