LONDON, — Bitcoin Association announces its first “Satoshi Nakamoto Scholarship” to Robin Kohze, a 2nd year human genomics PhD student at Cambridge University. Named after Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto (aka Dr. Craig S. Wright), the scholarship supports study and technological development of real world blockchain applications made possible by Bitcoin’s original design, now represented by Bitcoin SV (BSV).

After a series of successful blockchain competitions, Kohze took 2nd place at Bitcoin’s Association’s second Bitcoin SV Hackathon, with final judging at the CoinGeek Seoul conference in South Korea in October 2019. His “HIVE” protocol challenges the media landscape by implementing a molecular dynamic inspired incentive system whereby information is added by individuals around the world. Every content node containing information needs one or more linked nodes and every new link to a node has a dynamic cost to generate comprehensive knowledge networks. The resulting graph database is directly stored and maintained on the…

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