Association Backing Bitcoin SV blockchain Joins Swiss-Polish Blockchain Consortium
The Bitcoin Association for BSV, a worldwide trade body located in Switzerland that aims to improve business using the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain and crypto currency, today announced its membership with Swiss-Polish Blockchain Association to promote its increasing mission in Central Europe. As with the Bitcoin Association for BSV, the Swiss-Polish Blockchain Association is headquartered in Zug – Switzerland’s ‘Crypto Valley’ – and strives to link the rapidly rising blockchain groups in both Switzerland and Poland.
With various common aims for the promotion of a vibrant global blockchain environment, the Bitcoin Association for BSV has partnered with the Swiss-Polish Blockchain Association to promote consciousness of the BSV blockchain in both Switzerland and Poland, notably among corporations and governments. Being the sole blockchain protocol that abides to Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto’s initial model and vision – both as a p2p (peer-to-peer) electronic cash system and a worldwide data ledger for corporates – BSV is rapidly gaining traction as the preferred distributed information network for enterprises and developers alike.
BSV is perfectly equipped to act as the world’s public data ledger for transactions and business data solutions due to its unlimited scalability and capacity for massive quantities of trades, in combination to its micropayment, smart contract, tokenization, and data features. Marcin Rzetecki, the Bitcoin Association’s Technical Outreach Specialist for Central Europe and a resident of Poland, took part in a webinar hosted by the Swiss-Polish Blockchain Association on the Metaverse and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), the foremost of numerous planned collaborations between the two organizations.
Bitcoin Association for BSV Managing Director Patrick Prinz commented on today’s announcement:
“A critical component of the activity that the Bitcoin Association for BSV does is link the Bitcoin SV community and BSV environment to similar-minded groups and pioneers who are shaping the destiny of blockchain technology at large. The Swiss-Polish Blockchain Association embraces this goal – and a number of others – with our organization, rendering them an excellent collaborator for both our organization and its membership. I’m looking forward to engaging with them and helping to develop a healthy worldwide blockchain ecosystem that benefits everyone.”
Additionally, President of the Swiss-Polish Blockchain Association, Katharina Lasota Heller, stated:
“We are excited to invite the Bitcoin Association for BSV as the latest member to the Swiss Polish Blockchain Association (SPBA). The SPBA’s primary objectives are to create links, distribute information, and facilitate communication amongst blockchain enthusiasts in both Switzerland and Poland. In recent times, the Bitcoin Association for BSV chose to widen its operations into Poland. Embracing the SPBA would provide both organizations with an unprecedented opportunity for closer and greater collaboration.”