Less than a week to go before the CambrianSV Bootcamp in Bali

The CambrianSV Bootcamp in Bali is almost here! The eagerly anticipated first of its kind Proof of Work Bitcoin SV (BSV) Developers Bootcamp kicks off on August 30, and the excitement is palpable. The seven-day bootcamp will bring together some of the most talented BSV developers to learn from each other and develop the next crop of transformative decentralized applications.

Bitcoin SV has been the blockchain network of choice for developers across the world, enabling them to create applications that can scale massively to accommodate user needs. BSV developers have created applications that have challenged the titans in every other sector, from social media to identity verification.

And come August 30, these developers will gather in Bali, Indonesia, to work together and further their development. CambrianSV, organized by RelayX in partnership with Bitcoin Association, seeks to enable the developers to build the society of tomorrow, together.

CambrianSV will focus on the application layer of the Bitcoin SV stack, Ella Qiang from RelayX told CoinGeek. The best way to foster real growth is by enabling developers to build better products that can compete with the current systems, using Bitcoin SV as the backend, according to Qiang.

She added, “Developers will get a direct look into the tools available on the Bitcoin SV blockchain and collaborate with the brightest minds to create the best applications. All participating teams should leave with a finished product that is generating on-chain transactions.”

Some of the teams that will participate in the bootcamp include TonicPow from the U.S., the peer-to-peer advertising platform powered by BSV; Legally Chained from the Netherlands, the onchain identity platform that enables users to verify their identities and sign documents; Agora from Italy, the homepage for the Metanet; and U.S.-based Twetch, the BSV-powered social media application.

The winner of the inaugural BSV Virtual Hackathon UptimeSV, a crowdsourced uptime monitoring and network intelligence for enterprise systems will also attend, as will RateSV from Japan, a platform that allows the flow of data between the blockchain and the real world; U.S.-based GearSV; a smart contracts platform for Bitcoin; and Open Directory, a platform that allows its users to earn by organizing the BSV blockchain.

Other teams that will attend include Metadomain from China, Bitpocket from Scotland, Bitmesh from China, Streamanity from India and Mempool from China.

The organizers aim to foster cooperation between the teams, with the ultimate goal of boosting onchain transactions. Qiang told CoinGeek, “We as the organizers are aiming at creating an open environment where various projects will share their experiences, goals, and challenges of developing Bitcoin enabled products and services. We are looking to encourage collaboration among projects so that each one will compete better onchain.”

Some of the notable speakers who will attend the bootcamp include members from the Bitcoin Association, HandCash and RelayX. Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright will join the event via video chat.

To learn more about the upcoming CambrianSV BSV Developer Bootcamp, check out the official website.

Meet the participants of the CambrianSV Bootcamp in Bali

Having established itself as the only blockchain network that supports massive on-chain scaling, low transaction fees and real-time transactions, Bitcoin SV (BSV) has become a godsend for developers. These developers have continued to build on the only Bitcoin project that follows Satoshi’s vision, churning out groundbreaking applications targeting social media, network monitoring, advertising and more.

Come August 30, developers from across the world will congregate in the island of Bali, Indonesia, for the first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developers Bootcamp. The seven-day bootcamp, organized by the Bitcoin Association and RelayX will bring together BSV developers to work together, learn from each other and interact with some of the leading minds in the industry.

RelayX’s Ella Qiang explained just what the bootcamp is and how it will benefit the attendants.

CambrianSV focuses on the application layer of the Bitcoin SV stack, as we believe real growth comes from people building better products using Bitcoin SV as the backend. The program is set up to accelerate the product building process from proof of concept to product release. It is a seven-day boot camp solely focusing on building the next generation products for the real-time economy powered by Bitcoin SV.

The attendants will get to collaborate with some of the brightest minds on the BSV ecosystem to create the best applications. “All participating teams should leave with a finished product that is generating on-chain transactions,” Qiang tells CoinGeek.

The latest team to confirm its attendance is the R&D team from McDonalds China. This team will join dozens of other developers whose applications span plenty of industries.

They include the teams from UptimeSV, the crowdsourced uptime monitoring and network intelligence for enterprise systems; Legally Chained, an onchain identity platform that allows users to sign documents and verify their identity; Run on Bitcoin, a token creation platform on Bitcoin; and Agora, a homepage for the Metanet.

Other teams that will attend include Twetch, the BSV-powered social media app; Streamanity, a video streaming platform; BitMesh, an emailing platform; BitPocket, a platform that incentivizes its users to perform tasks on the BSV platform; RateSV, the platform that allows the flow of data between the blockchain and the real world; and TonicPow, a P2P advertising platform powered by BSV.

The organizers of the bootcamp hope that in the seven days, the developers will get to learn from each other and build applications that can make the BSV ecosystem better. Qiang explained, “We as the organizers are aiming at creating an open environment where various projects will share their experiences, goals, and challenges of developing Bitcoin enabled products and services. We are looking to encourage collaboration among projects so that each one will compete better onchain.”

The bootcamp will be graced by some leading minds including mentors from the Bitcoin Association, HandCash, RelayX and nChain. Brendan Lee from the Bitcoin Association, Jack Liu from RelayX and Alex Agut from HandCash are among those that have confirmed attendance. Bitcoin’s creators Dr. Craig S. Wright will join via video chat, as will nChain CTO Steve Shadders.

The attendants will also get to participate as speakers, Qiang revealed adding, “We believe their direct implementation experience is valuable to share with the group. For example, Yao Yu from RateSV will talk about developing Metanet enabled applications, Zheming from Mempool will talk about payment channels in mining.”

To learn more about the upcoming CambrianSV BSV Developer Bootcamp, check out the official website.

CambrianSV Bootcamp in Bali accelerates product building with BSV

Build the society of tomorrow. Together.

That is the promise of the upcoming CambrianSV Developer Bootcamp, a seven-day gathering in Bali, Indonesia, from August 30 to September 5. With Bitcoin SV (BSV) offering unlimited possibilities, it’s created a Cambrian explosion of creativity and innovation in the Bitcoin society—tools and infrastructures are being built and developers are continuously releasing new applications enabled by BSV.

To help boost this explosion of creativity and innovation, the people behind the RelayX superwallet have teamed up with Bitcoin Association to bring forward “a totally different approach to building a product.”

In an interview with CoinGeek, Ella Qiang of RelayX explained what sets the bootcamp from the rest—aside from it being the first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp.

“CambrianSV focuses on the application layer of the Bitcoin SV stack, as we believe real growth comes from people building better products using Bitcoin SV as the backend. The program is set up to accelerate the product building process from proof of concept to product release,” she said. “It is a seven-day boot camp solely focusing on building the next generation products for the real-time economy powered by Bitcoin SV. Developers will get a direct look into the tools available on the Bitcoin SV blockchain and collaborate with the brightest minds to create the best applications. All participating teams should leave with a finished product that is generating on-chain transactions.”

CambrianSV focuses on the application layer of the Bitcoin SV stack, as we believe real growth comes from people building better products using Bitcoin SV as the backend.

CambrianSV’s goal, Qiang notes, is to be “a strong catalyst to boost onchain transactions,” with its alumni joining the “top players providing cool products for the real-time economy.” Check out who’s participating in the seven-day bootcamp here.

“Our participants have expressed their goals to learn from the workshops, their peers to gain a deeper understanding of the Bitcoin technical stack as well as exploring innovative business models,” she said. “We as the organizers are aiming at creating an open environment where various projects will share their experiences, goals, and challenges of developing Bitcoin enabled products and services. We are looking to encourage collaboration among projects so that each one will compete better onchain.”

Check out the official website to learn more about the upcoming CambrianSV BSV Developer Bootcamp.

McDonalds R&D team to join upcoming CambrianSV Bootcamp in Bali

By following Satoshi Nakamoto’s original plan of keeping a stable protocol and pursuing massive on-chain scaling, Bitcoin SV (BSV) is opening up a world of unlimited possibilities—paving the way for a Cambrian explosion of creativity and innovation. So much so that multinational corporations are now sitting up and taking notice.

On August 30, RelayX, in cooperation with the Bitcoin Association, is organizing a first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp in Bali, Indonesia—and the R&D team of McDonalds China is confirmed to be participating.

The seven-day bootcamp, which prolific Bitcoin developer Unwriter has described as “a Y Combinator for Bitcoin, will take place from August 30 to September 5, bringing together a select number of participants who will be focused on building “the next generation of products for the real-time economy powered by Bitcoin SV,” according to Ella Qiang, of RelayX.

The CambrianSV bootcamp is not a conference—it’s an intensive gathering where real work is done by developers. Qiang tells us: “Developers will get a direct look into the tools available on the Bitcoin SV blockchain and collaborate with the brightest minds to create the best applications. All participating teams should leave with a finished product that is generating on-chain transactions.”

Participating in the Bali bootcamp are teams from Twetch, the interface to Bitcoin; UptimeSV, the crowdsourced uptime monitoring and network intelligence for enterprise systems; BitMesh, the first email app on BSV; video streaming platform Streamanity; Legally Chained, an on-chain verified identity and document management platform; Agora, your homepage built on Metanet; TonicPow, BSV-powered peer-to-peer advertisements; RateSV, the platform to earn Bitcoin by investing on real-time financial data; BitPocket, platform to incentivize tasks with Bitcoin; Run on Bitcoin, a token creation solution on Bitcoin; MetaDomain, a domain name trading platform on Metanet.

Joining these groups is the McDonalds China R&D team led by CIO Charles Cai, along with Mark Wilcox, a Bitcoin expert in computational markets; Glenn Wolfe and Sean Pollock from GearSV; representatives from Mempool; Rob from the Cambridge Metanet Society; Anthony Yanick; and engineer and entrepreneur Derek Moore.

Mentors from the Bitcoin Association, nChain, HandCash and RelayX will also be on hand during the seven-day bootcamp to help the participating teams build their products on BSV. Even the participants will have a chance to share their knowledge and experience with the group, according to Qiang.

“The majority of attendees of the bootcamp will also participate as speakers as we believe their direct implementation experience is valuable to share with the group. For example, Yao Yu from RateSV will talk about developing Metanet enabled applications, Zheming from Mempool will talk about payment channels in mining,” she explained. “We also have open mic time slots for people to address topics that they think are important but not directly related to their projects. We are very excited to see what’s going come out from this.”

To learn more about the upcoming CambrianSV BSV Developer Bootcamp, check out the official website.