The BSV community in China is a true believer: Mandy Wang

The BSV community in China recently gathered for the first Bitcoin SV China conference which turned out to be a huge success. For this rapidly growing community, BSV means much more than an opportunity to make money quickly. It represents a decentralized future and, according to Mandy Wang, these are true believers. In an interview with CoinGeek’s Stephanie Tower, Wang praised BSV’s capabilities and predicted it will soon cement its place at the top.

“The FSIO community is that China is made up of true believers and that is very rare in China,” Wang told CoinGeek. For most crypto enthusiasts, the focus is usually on the price fluctuations as they want to make money quickly. Whenever the price goes up, most people welcome the new technology, but when it falls they brand it a scam, she explained.

However, Mandy noted that the BSV community is looking beyond the price into the real uses of the Bitcoin blockchain. And for good reasons, including the ease of use for developers. With all of the tools available in the BSV ecosystem, developers can easily build real applications, she noted.

BSV has also positioned itself for the business world, enabling companies to build applications on the Bitcoin blockchain. With its massive and unrivaled scalability, low fees and real-time transactions, BSV has revolutionized the game.

There is also Dr. Wright, the man who invented Bitcoin. He has become a major symbol for the BSV community, and many flock to BSV events to meet and hear from him. It was no different in China, where many listened to every word he spoke, Mandy explained.

Dr. Wright covered several topics, most notably in his fireside chat with the Bitcoin Association’s founding president, Jimmy Nguyen. That included why he created Bitcoin, which he claimed was the most efficient way to send and receive money over the internet.

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