Bitcoin Association Releases Annual Report

CommPRO Editorial Staff

Bitcoin Association, the Switzerland-based global industry organisation that works to advance business with the Bitcoin SV blockchain and BSV digital currency, has released its second annual report, highlighting its work and achievements throughout 2020.

The report, which is available for download now on the Bitcoin Association website, is the first to be released since Bitcoin Association transitioned to a non-profit association (Verein) in Switzerland. It is broken into 13 sections and covers the multi-faceted global programme of work undertaken by Bitcoin Association in 2020, including:

  • Members
  • Bitcoin SV network progress
  • Events
  • Ecosystem
  • Developer initiatives
  • Technical standards
  • Education
  • Public policy
  • China
  • Media & content
  • Team
  • Ambassadors

Outlook for 2021
Highlights from the report include:

  • The significant technical progress made by the Bitcoin SV network – including new world record block sizes and demonstrated transaction capacity.
  • Bitcoin Association’s innovative digital events programme in response to the COVID-19 pandemic – including the inaugural Bitcoin SV DevCon and the 3rd Bitcoin SV Hackathon.
  • The launch of the Bitcoin SV Technical Standards Committee to improve interoperability and introduce standardisation across the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.
  • The release of Bitcoin SV Academy – a dedicated online learning platform offering university-style, academia-quality educational resources about Bitcoin – in addition to the launch of the world’s first Bitcoin-focused massive open online course (MOOC) in partnership with Saxion University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.
  • Significant progress in the public policy arena, including advisory work during the drafting phase of the landmark Digital Assets Business Bill 2020 in Antigua & Barbuda, which introduced a comprehensive legislative and regulatory framework to govern businesses within its jurisdiction operating in the digital asset space.

Source: Blockchain Wire