The Bitcoin SV China Conference showed how strong the BSV community is in China. While it was the first BSV conference in the country, attendees flocked to the venue and filled it to the brim. Ella Qiang believes this is proof of the great love China has for Bitcoin. Qiang attended the event and shared her views on what Bitcoin really means to the people of China in an interview with CoinGeek’s Stephanie Towers.
Qiang, the founder of CambrianSV, stated, “I am very impressed with the overall setup and presentations for this event. The first official event of the Bitcoin Association [in China]and presented the various Chinese applications based on the Bitcoin SV chain. “
In fact, developers in China have been busy building applications on BSV. This includes ShowPay, a payment system that allows merchants to accept payments in BSV and other tokens operated by BSV. ShowPay was one of the breakout stars of the Bitcoin Association’s inaugural Pitch Day event in Seoul. Another standout application is Weiblock, a social media application based on the BSV blockchain that allows content creators to earn money from their content.
The event also gave the audience the opportunity to “hear directly from Jimmy and Craig Wright about the latest Bitcoin SV developments and future plans,” she added.
In the past few decades, China has established itself as a technology leader with both innovations and acceptance. It was no different with Bitcoin. People in China dealt with it early on, even before other Western countries. However, now they have realized that BSV is the only blockchain project that implements the Satoshi vision. This has resulted in a major exodus from other Bitcoin projects to BSV, Qiang said.
She stated, “China has had an ingrained crowd for Bitcoin in general from the start. A large part of this community realized that the large chunks of Bitcoin SV are the real path for the Bitcoin ecosystem. I think it’s very natural that we have a sizable community for Bitcoin SV, and I’ve seen the crowd grow over time as well. “
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