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The CoinGeek Pulse: Episode 1

This week sees the debut episode of the CoinGeek Pulse, a weekly news roundup of the stories that matter from the world of Bitcoin SV and blockchain.

As the only public blockchain that has demonstrated scale and with the capacity now for mass global adoption, Bitcoin BSV is already solving real-world problems for individuals, businesses and governments across the world.

With CoinGeek Pulse bringing you the week’s big developments in a practical context, you’ll never miss a beat again.

This week, we heard how a city in China is hoping to boost its local economy with the help of blockchain tech, as a response to the fall-out from the COVID-19 crisis.

Nanjing, the capital of the eastern province of Jiangsu, is delivering consumption vouchers to its citizens via the blockchain, with reports suggesting the city has already handed out 380 million yuan ($53.7 million) to residents on the blockchain.

More central banks advanced progress towards launching central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), with reserve banks in Thailand and Italy adding their names to the ever growing list.

The Italian central bank said it was hoping to begin a pilot scheme for a CBDC, while their counterparts in Thailand announced more concrete progress towards launching their CBDC.

The launch of Maxthon 6 made waves this week, completing the line-up of stories in this inaugural episode. A blockchain-based internet browser powered by Bitcoin BSV, the launch means users can now choose a blockchain-first platform for accessing data online.

This week also saw the announcement of the first ever CoinGeek RoundTable, premiering on July 1. Bringing together some of the brightest minds from the world of BSV, the RoundTable allows an unprecedented insight into the thoughts of some of the world’s foremost BSV experts.

Don’t miss it—check out the CoinGeek RoundTable promo.

New to Bitcoin? Check out CoinGeek’s Bitcoin for Beginners section, the ultimate resource guide to learn more about Bitcoin—as originally envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto—and blockchain.

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