Permissioned and Permissionless Blockchains
Permissioned blockchains prioritize control and privacy, making them suitable for enterprise applications, while permissionless blockchains emphasize decentralization and openness, catering to a broader range of use cases, including cryptocurrency and decentralized finance (DeFi). Explore their benefits in this articles
Bitpowr Integrates with OP Stack (Optimism x Base)
Bitcoin ETF Why its Matters and What Its Approval Mean
The green light given to a Bitcoin ETF in the United States is triggering a significant transformation. Here is a brief overview of the implications for the ecosystem.
Ethereum Layer 2 Latest Solutions
Uncover the essence of Ethereum's functionality by exploring the roles of "Layer 1" (L1) and "Layer 2" (L2). Learn how L1 serves as the foundational blockchain, while L2 introduces solutions to boost transaction efficiency and maintain security on Ethereum.
Bitpowr’s New Collection Policy Features
Discover Bitpowr's latest collection policy update, offering financial businesses a versatile and comprehensive solution. With the ability to choose operation triggers, convenient 'Approve' and 'transferFrom' functions, flexible 'Swap,' and versatile 'ChangeTrust,'