Why developers should attend CoinGeek Seoul

There are many reasons why developers should attend CoinGeek Seoul conference in October. As the only cryptocurrency capable of realizing massive on-chain scaling as originally envisioned in Satoshi Nakamoto’s whitepaper, Bitcoin SV (BSV) is the weapon of choice for an increasing number of blockchain developers.

Yet it is an ecosystem that is continually developing and improving to more accurately reflect both the origins of Bitcoin and the needs of developers, miners and the wider community. This is one of the many reasons why developers should attend CoinGeek Seoul, taking place on October 1-2 at the Le Meridien Hotel. The event is aimed at giving developers a greater insight into the technology, and the upcoming developments in BSV that can aid future projects.

The event will see BSV developers and stakeholders of all kinds meet to discuss issues and learn more about the direction for the protocol, with a view to giving more developers the confidence to build on BSV. Another reason why developers should attend CoinGeek Seoul is that the event — the second of its kind to take place in Asia — will help them learn more about BSV and why it remains the optimum choice for blockchain developers.

“Professionals from leading blockchain and cryptocurrency startups, global enterprises, crypto mining, investors, and other brands are coming to learn about exciting developments for Bitcoin SV, as well as the benefits of massive on-chain scaling for miners, application developers, and enterprises.”

The event is not exclusive to BSV supporters, and all developers with an interest in BSV are welcome to attend the event.

As well as learning from keynote speakers at the event, delegates will also benefit from opportunities to network with other developers, and to explore more of what’s possible with BSV tokens and infrastructure.

The event will also feature presentations from the finalists of the upcoming Bitcoin Association’s 2nd BSV Virtual Hackathon, showcasing some of the best concepts developed over the event.

For anyone with an interest in BSV, or in blockchain and cryptocurrency more generally, CoinGeek Seoul remains a must-attend event for crypto developers. Get your tickets today, and learn how you can join harness the power of BSV scaling.

The 2nd BSV Virtual Hackathon is only a week away — are you ready?

The 2nd Bitcoin SV (BSV) Virtual Hackathon is almost here, and the excitement is palpable. The online event, which takes place on August 17, will bring together some of the best developers globally as they compete for their share of the BSV prize pot.

Once the application process was opened a month ago, developers from across the world began submitting applications rapidly. The high demand led to the closure of the applications process recently. However, interested applicants are encouraged to join the waitlist by filling up the waitlist form available on the Bitcoin Association website.

The hackathon is sponsored by CoinGeek and run by nChain. Developers can join the event, either in teams or as individuals, to compete in the creation of innovative solutions on the Bitcoin SV blockchain. Developers can be located anywhere in the world as the entire event is online.

With the Bitcoin SV blockchain recently undergoing the Quasar protocol upgrade, it cemented its position as the best enterprise blockchain. Its ability to scale and meet enterprise needs is second to none, with low transactional costs and enhanced security being among the other benefits. The participating developers will strive to develop new applications that take advantage of all these benefits to offer innovative solutions to their users.

The selected finalists will get the prestigious opportunity to present their applications at the upcoming CoinGeek Seoul conference which begins on October 1—yet another reason why developers should attend CoinGeek Seoul. The finals will take place on October 2, with the developers battling for the chance to win BSV and proceed to present their applications to potential investors during the conference. Get your tickets to the two-day event here.

UptimeSV emerged victorious in the inaugural BSV Virtual Hackathon in May, winning 250 BSV. The application uses the Bitcoin SV blockchain to offer enterprises crowdsourced uptime monitoring and network intelligence for robust DDoS-hardened enterprise systems. Its users can download the app on a desktop or a mobile device to become an Uptime SV node and start earning BSV.

TonicPow and Polyglot emerged second and third and won 100 and 50 BSV respectively. TonicPow offers a P2P advertising platform that utilizes BSV to cut out middle men in the advertising chain and let the website owners get their fair share of revenue. Polyglot enables developers to use Python to interact with Metanet protocols and develop BSV applications.

Join the waitlist for the 2nd BSV Virtual Hackathon on Aug. 17

Due to high demand, applications are now closed for the 2nd Bitcoin SV (BSV) Virtual Hackathon, but interested applicants can still join the waitlist for the event happening on August 17.

The 2nd BSV Virtual Hackathon, sponsored by CoinGeek and run by nChain, will pit teams of developers from across the world against each other to develop new apps and technologies on BSV. To join the waitlist, applicants will need to register on the Bitcoin Association website. Once they registered, they will receive an email containing all the details on what to expect.

If a spot opens up, waitlisted applicants will get an invite and a shot at winning their share of $35,000 worth of BSV.

Team members are required to have an active Telegram account, for inclusion in a group Telegram chat as the event gets underway, as well as being advised to ensure they are running the most up-to-date software and dev tools.

The virtual hackathon will set the stage for developers to build new applications on the Bitcoin SV blockchain. Finalists will get to present their applications at the CoinGeek Conference in Seoul, where they will win Bitcoin SV and potentially receive investment funds.

The finals are scheduled to take place on October 2, with selected developers eligible to attend the CoinGeek Conference, where they can pitch to investors for support to develop their ideas further. Proposals will be considered by a panel of industry experts in front of a live audience, before a final winner is selected.

The winner of the inaugural BSV Virtual Hackathon, UptimeSV, took home the top prize of 250 BSV in May, while second place winner TonicPow won 100 BSV. Polyglot emerged third and won 50 BSV.

Visit the Bitcoin Association website, and fill out the waitlist form—you could be one of the few who gets an invite to the 2nd BSV Virtual Hackathon.

Make your Bitcoin SV business ideas a reality at BSV Venture Pitch Day

Do you have a Bitcoin SV (BSV) startup venture or commercial project that could use a little investment support to make a big difference? The Bitcoin Association has some great news for you. The first ever BSV Venture Pitch Day will be held in Seoul on Sunday, September 29, just days before the CoinGeek Seoul conference starts.

If you’re looking for some venture capital support, this is the perfect opportunity to get your name out there. The Bitcoin Association will be gathering pre-screened BSV start-up ventures and commercial projects, with the best getting the chance to be introduced to potential investment partners.

The goal of BSV Venture Pitch Day is to help encourage BSV commercial ventures, and give them access to investors who could provide the resources they need to grow the ecosystem. At the same time, this will help the world experience the opportunities only made possible by the BSV blockchain and the talented entrepreneurs who want to build on it. It is another service Bitcoin Association is provides to both BSV entrepreneurs and venture investors to help grow the BSV business ecosystem.

There are a few important points to note about this opportunity. If selected for the opportunity, participants will need to cover their own travel and accommodation costs to get to Seoul, South Korea, although the Bitcoin Association will provide a free conference pass for CoinGeek Seoul conference on October 1-2. Selected ventures will get the opportunity to pitch in front of a set of investors; there is no guarantee of any investment but we certainly hope some investments are made.

If your project doesn’t make the cut for Seoul’s BSV Venture Pitch Day, keep at it. The Bitcoin Association will stay in touch and you can continue improving your project and pitch, to potentially qualify for the 2nd BSV Venture Pitch Day taking place before the next CoinGeek conference, to be held in London in February 2020.

Finally, the deadline to submit your project for this opportunity is August 30, 2019. Startups who are selected to participate in Seoul Pitch Day will be notified by the Bitcoin Association ahead of the event.

This is an incredible opportunity to make great ideas transform into fully funded businesses. Your project, which could make a world of difference on the BSV blockchain, could just be one pitch away from receiving all the funding you need to make it happen.

Submit your application today and participate in this history-making BSV Venture Pitch Day.

Follow this link to submit your application

The upcoming CoinGeek conference in Seoul is focused on Bitcoin SV, but its inclusive environment welcomes speakers and attendees who also work with other blockchain projects, and welcomes all attendees interested in learning about BSV. Get your tickets to the two-day Seoul conference here.

Cole Diamond explains the Canadian crypto market and why he likes BSV

The Canadian Bitcoin industry has been slow to build, and it has stumbled along the way. All the same, it is looking to grow massively and soon, and there was no better expert to explain the oncoming storm of Canadian crypto adoption than Cole Diamond, CEO of Coinsquare exchange, who joined Becky Liggero at the recent CoinGeek Toronto 2019 scaling conference.

Part of the Canadian aversion to crypto has been tied to a commitment to more stable investments. “You’re talking about a market that is traditionally, incredibly safe,” Diamond explained. “Like almost every Canadian is 100% focused on the real estate market or buying mutual funds. So, it’s taken a little bit longer for this market to take off to this space, but the underlying interest is unbelievable.”

The interest in investment, as the market shakes off dark coins and proves it can be a better place to put your money, will draw in the average Canadian. “Like anywhere else in the world, there’s a tremendous amount of excitement, there’s a tremendous about of greed, I’ll call it what it is,” Diamond said. “And that’s started to buckle up quite significantly. Not to mention, in Canada, you got a number of public companies, probably the most in the world, in this space, that’s attracted quite a bit of interest. So I think, as we move into the next bull run, Canada’s going to be at the heart of everything.”

Before any of that could start though, Canada had to experience its share of setbacks, with QuadrigaCX being a notable example. “Coinsquare is vocal about pro regulation for this space,” Diamond noted, going on to explain how his company won’t repeat the same mistakes. “Coinsquare’s in the process of applying for broker dealer and ETS registrations in Canada and in the United States. We believe that we got to do a lot of clean up in this market, get the wrong actors out, get the right actors, have a prominent focus so we can scale efficiently and what people are used to in the financial services market.”

Coinsquare wants to maintain its neutral position in the crypto industry, but Diamond will admit to having an admiration for Bitcoin SV (BSV). “I’ll tell you what I’m really excited about, about BSV, and that’s its ability for massive scale,” he told Liggero. “You got a much tighter, stronger code base, the original Satoshi Vision, smaller code base means better opportunity. The right team looks like it’s in place in order to make it real. And a platform like Coinsquare needs to make sure that it’s delivering for its customers in the most fast, efficient manner possible, so we need massive scale. So we’re probably going to need BSV as a key piece of infrastructure in the future.”

Are you ready for the 2nd virtual Bitcoin SV Hackathon?

The eagerly awaited second virtual Bitcoin SV Hackathon is edging ever closer. The event, which is sponsored by CoinGeek and run by nChain, takes place on August 17 and will bring together some of the world’s best developers as they collaborate to create the best applications on the BSV blockchain.

To participate, you have to complete and submit a simple web form on the Bitcoin Association website. Teams can participate in the event from any part of the world, with the entire hackathon taking place online.

Individuals and firms globally have been turning to blockchain technology rapidly in recent years as the technology continues to revolutionize many industries. This has led investors to seek the best blockchain startups, especially those built on the BSV blockchain. BSV is the most enterprise-friendly blockchain offering security, stability and scalability. With the recent Quasar protocol upgrade, BSV has cemented its position as the blockchain network of choice, with the block size cap increasing from 128MB to 2GB.

The Bitcoin SV Virtual Hackathon gives developers around the world the opportunity to not only test themselves against the best of the best, but also to land investors who can help them scale their applications for global use.

After the virtual hackathon, three finalists will be chosen and a representative from each will be flown to Seoul, South Korea, to present their application to investors during the CoinGeek conference on October 2. The overall winner will be determined by a panel of judges as well as the live audience.

In the inaugural Bitcoin SV Hackathon, UptimeSV was declared the winner, with the team walking away with 250 BSV. Developed by an Australian team, it provides uptime monitoring and distributed performance for its clients, ensuring them of robust, DDoS-hardened enterprise systems. UptimeSV allows any BSV user to install an application and earn BSV for participating in uptime test for the clients.

In second place was TonicPow, a P2P advertising platform that enables its users to monetize their sites and earn BSV directly from advertisers. It won 100 BSV. Polyglot, which emerged third and won 50 BSV, enables developers to interact with Metanet protocols through Python, enabling even new developers to build on the BSV blockchain.

Register for the 2nd Bitcoin SV virtual hackathon here.

Are you ready for the 2nd virtual Bitcoin SV Hackathon?

The eagerly awaited second virtual Bitcoin SV Hackathon is edging ever closer. The event, which is sponsored by CoinGeek and run by nChain, takes place on August 17 and will bring together some of the world’s best developers as they collaborate to create the best applications on the BSV blockchain.

To participate, you have to complete and submit a simple web form on the Bitcoin Association website. Teams can participate in the event from any part of the world, with the entire hackathon taking place online.

Individuals and firms globally have been turning to blockchain technology rapidly in recent years as the technology continues to revolutionize many industries. This has led investors to seek the best blockchain startups, especially those built on the BSV blockchain. BSV is the most enterprise-friendly blockchain offering security, stability and scalability. With the recent Quasar protocol upgrade, BSV has cemented its position as the blockchain network of choice, with the block size cap increasing from 128MB to 2GB.

The Bitcoin SV Virtual Hackathon gives developers around the world the opportunity to not only test themselves against the best of the best, but also to land investors who can help them scale their applications for global use.

After the virtual hackathon, three finalists will be chosen and a representative from each will be flown to Seoul, South Korea, to present their application to investors during the CoinGeek conference on October 2. The overall winner will be determined by a panel of judges as well as the live audience.

In the inaugural Bitcoin SV Hackathon, UptimeSV was declared the winner, with the team walking away with 250 BSV. Developed by an Australian team, it provides uptime monitoring and distributed performance for its clients, ensuring them of robust, DDoS-hardened enterprise systems. UptimeSV allows any BSV user to install an application and earn BSV for participating in uptime test for the clients.

In second place was TonicPow, a P2P advertising platform that enables its users to monetize their sites and earn BSV directly from advertisers. It won 100 BSV. Polyglot, which emerged third and won 50 BSV, enables developers to interact with Metanet protocols through Python, enabling even new developers to build on the BSV blockchain.

Register for the 2nd Bitcoin SV virtual hackathon here.

CoinGeek Seoul brings popular Blockchain Conference back to Asia October 1-2

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Noted Speakers to Include Dr. Craig Wright, Jimmy Nguyen and more

Seoul, Korea – August 2, 2019 – Popular blockchain event CoinGeek is coming to Seoul for a two-day happening at Le Meridien Hotel, a noted property in the heart of Seoul’s upscale Gangnam District on October 1-2. The event will feature discussions on the power of blockchain scaling, what enterprise applications can be built on a massively scaled Bitcoin blockchain, the advantages of a public blockchain over private distributed ledgers, and how government regulation is impacting the space.

Professionals from leading blockchain start-ups, global enterprises, crypto mining groups, investors, and others are coming to learn about exciting developments for Bitcoin SV (BSV), as well as the benefits of massive blockchain scaling for miners, application developers, and enterprises.  

To kick off this two-day event, October 1 will feature technical topics about how BSV’s massively-scaled blockchain unlocks technical capabilities and applications not possible on other platforms. On October 2, experts in the industry will showcase how the BSV blockchain can drastically improve the way enterprises do business and create a new digital economy. Attendees will also witness presentations from the three finalists of Bitcoin Association’s 2nd Hackathon; get treated to another intimate conversation with nChain Chief Scientist and creator of Bitcoin Dr. Craig S. Wright (Satoshi Nakamoto) about Bitcoin’s history; and have a blast at another legendary CoinGeek after-party!

Notable speakers include host Bitcoin Association President Jimmy Nguyen, nChain Chief Technology Officer Steve Shadders, and many more to be announced.

The CoinGeek Seoul conference, October 2019, is the latest instalment of CoinGeek’s headline events. Following on from CoinGeek Toronto last May, CoinGeek Week in London November 2018, and the inaugural CoinGeek Conference in May 2018 in Hong Kong, CoinGeek are leading the way in galvanizing the world’s merchants and enterprises to adopt Bitcoin SV (BSV). Bitcoin SV is the only project dedicated to the original design, protocol and “Satoshi Vision” of Bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto. 

While the CoinGeek conference is focused on Bitcoin SV, its inclusive environment welcomes speakers and attendees who also work with other blockchain projects, and welcomes all attendees interested in learning about BSV.

With objectives to educate on the importance of massive scaling on the BSV blockchain – such as the benefits of larger block size for enterprise usage and to sustain miner profitability; to promote the value of BSV and why merchants should seek to adopt this new world electronic cash system; and to promote the benefits of BSV’s blockchain for technology developers, the event will feature world-class Bitcoin and blockchain experts as speakers.


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CoinGeek Seoul bring the Bitcoin world together in South Korea

CoinGeek is gearing up for yet another big event in the Bitcoin community. The CoinGeek Seoul conference is scheduled For October 1-2, and the best and brightest of the Bitcoin SV (BSV) world will once again come together to discuss the most important topics of the Bitcoin space.

Scheduled to be held at the Le Meridien Hotel in Seoul, South Korea, CoinGeek Seoul 2019 will showcase several high-caliber speeches and panel discussions. Visitors can expect to hear from Bitcoin thought leaders, crypto miners, influential enterprises and many important figures from the industry.

Day 1 of the event will focus on the developers and miners of the BSV world. These individuals and teams help to support and create innovation in the industry, and if it’s anything like CoinGeek Toronto 2019, you can expect to see exciting new technology on the way, and perhaps a few announcements of applications nearly ready to go.

On October 2, the focus will be on businesses, and several experts will demonstrate how with BSV, new business models are being made possible, and enterprises can find new ways to save money on their bottom line. There will also be the second Bitcoin Association Virtual Hackathon contest finals, and if it’s anything like the first one, you’ll witness three exemplary presentations of new and exciting BSV apps.

Above all though, CoinGeek Seoul will be a great chance to meet and mingle with other enthusiastic Bitcoin supporters. CoinGeek Conferences are always a very positive and exciting events, and attendees are guaranteed to meet like-minded individuals who just want to create a better world through the exciting possibilities of Bitcoin SV.

Unlike CoinGeek Toronto or CoinGeek Week, tickets for this conference will cover the whole event. For the price of $399, you get access to both days. That’s two whole days in beautiful Seoul, with the events of the conference and the after-hours parties that are sure to be a blast.

You can buy your tickets now, and don’t wait, as tickets for previous events sold out. Great news too, you can save a huge 20% on your purchase by using Bitcoin SV for your purchase.

How Kronoverse revolutionizes multibillion-dollar gaming industry with Bitcoin SV

By now, everyone even remotely connected to the blockchain industry should realize the power that the technology offers for providing better transparency, better record-keeping and better peer-to-peer (which includes B2B and B2C) interactions. The capabilities of blockchains are only limited to one’s own imagination and, with the recent success of Bitcoin SV’s (BSV) Quasar upgrade to expand block sizes, BSV is leading the way toward more blockchain adoption. Kronoverse, a gaming and esports platform, recognized the potential of BSV to help the multibillion-dollar gaming industry and is building its entire company around BSV technology.

In a recent presentation on Kronoverse and why blockchains are important for gaming’s future, Kronoverse’s Adam Kling and David Case provided a detailed overview of how BSV will change competitive gaming. With so much at stake — millions of dollars in prize money each year — it’s important to ensure that nothing about a game competition is left to chance. The community is forced to assume that everything is operating legitimately, but the back end of gaming operations remain hidden away and private. BSV is now helping to change this. (1:15)

Game data can be mapped to the blockchain in order to give new benefits to players and developers. Not one company would own the data — it would be accessible to everyone. Today, the back-of-the-house operations are unverifiable and proprietary, forcing the gaming community to trust that everything is legitimate. By moving games to the blockchain, actions can be chained together to provide proof of all activity and also to provide better transparency.

Using BSV would allow the permanent storage of all achievements, all game histories, all wins and losses and all purchased or won items. It would also facilitate the ability to view past games, publish new content and to watch live games easily from anywhere. It can also create new revenue streams that were never possible before.

Kronoverse is making this possible and is revolutionizing the gaming industry. Through systems such as its Kronicler fair witness agent, player actions are viewed and additional input can be added. This allows escrow, time-stamping, flow control, random number generation and more to be added.

This is possible on BSV because of the blockchain’s versatility. Every game is comprised of a series of transactions, or data, and creates one straight chain of events that represent the specific game. Every move becomes a signed Bitcoin transaction, allowing a permanent record of every individual action in the game. (10:14)

CryptoFights, which is backed by Calvin Ayre and others, is a live version of a BSV-based game that has the look and feel of any other battle game. It operates just like any other game, but incorporates the strength of the BSV blockchain to offer a better solution that puts the true gaming power in the hands of the players where it belongs.

BSV is revolutionizing the way the world views blockchains and Kronoverse is revolutionizing the way the world views gaming, thanks to BSV. With the proven capability to offer large block sizes of over 2 gigabytes, BSV is quickly becoming the ideal blockchain solution for businesses around the globe.

It’s time for Bitcoin to grow up, CoinGeek Toronto 2019

Bitcoin may have just celebrated its tenth birthday, but the big push didn’t start until only a couple of years ago. As awareness and interest grow, the excitement turns to the realization that cryptocurrency is not just a toy – it’s a legitimate tool that will completely change the global financial ecosystem. In order for this to happen, though, in the words of Bitcoin Association President Jimmy Nguyen, “It’s time for Bitcoin to grow up.”

Nguyen led a discussion at CoinGeek Toronto 2019 with several individuals who understand well both the crypto and finance spaces. Centbee co-founder Angus Brown, nChain CEO David Washburn and co-founder and CEO of FRNT Financial Stephane Ouellette all joined Nguyen on stage to discuss how crypto is impacting the financial world and what changes are coming to make it even better. Before becoming involved with digital currency, all three were deep in the financial industry, so their goals with crypto transcend well beyond the typical crypto boundaries.

Bitcoin needs to be taken to a level that makes financial institutions and investors comfortable in supporting the ecosystem. Many are hesitant to embrace the technology for a myriad of reasons – old habits, resistance to the connotation of the term “crypto,” volatility and risk management, among others – and overcoming these hesitations are paramount to seeing Bitcoin prevail in the financial world.

FRNT is helping rewrite the script between crypto and finance by offering a platform that allows investors to take advantage of Bitcoin SV (BSV) derivative products. The platform was funded, in part, by Calvin Ayre and his Ayre Group and is changing how Bitcoin is viewed from a financial perspective. (5:03)

One area that could help tear down the barrier between crypto and finance is the introduction of regulations. The BSV community has made it clear, as opposed to most other crypto projects, that regulations are welcome. This is due to the acknowledgement that, for digital currency to work, it has to be regulated. It also stems from the fact that Bitcoin, as provided by Satoshi Nakamoto, was never meant to work outside of legal boundaries the way that many crypto projects have tried to assert.

In order to help facilitate the introduction of regulations, legislators and policymakers need to break down the Bitcoin infrastructure and address different components separately. Exchanges should be better regulated as a whole, especially in terms of crypto-to-fiat activities. Additionally, the introduction of whitelists or blacklists for token projects would help to make the Bitcoin space more mature.

Bitcoin has the capability to do something that no previous technology has ever been able to provide – true risk management and transparent audits. It can almost completely prevent financial fraud and revolutionize the accounting processes for financial audits, and this level of attention is only possible with BSV. While companies have attempted to tackle the processes through other blockchain projects, they have come to realize that those platforms are too slow. However, BSV’s large scalability makes it the perfect solution and it will become the go-to platform for many large businesses.

Hackathon winners feted at the CoinGeek Toronto 2019 conference

The first-ever Bitcoin Association Bitcoin SV (BSV) hackathon was initially announced in the middle of March, prepared to reward 400 BSV to the top three finalists. The project was designed to “inspire the next generation” of developers, with a completely virtual competition taking place May 4-5. The contest was tied into the recent CoinGeek Toronto 2019 conference, which took place at the end of May, where the three winners were announced and the results show how diverse and creative BSV developers are, and how interested they are in bringing real-world use cases to the platform.

There were some incredible projects presented for the hackathon, but not everyone can win. At the end of the CoinGeek Toronto’s main conference day, the top projects were announced, with Polyglot taking third place and 50 BSV, TonicPow taking second and 100 BSV, and UptimeSV being awarded top honors and 250 BSV. At the time of the conference, the prize pool would have been worth around $82,400, but BSV’s continued climb in price would now yield about $85,200. The competition is already proving to provide additional rewards on top of the prize money.

Thirty six projects involving over 200 developers were submitted for the contest. Polyglot is a system designed to be an intuitive method for different Metanet protocols to interact through Python and allows for a simpler method for developers to get involved with BSV. TonicPow allows users to monetize their sites using the platform’s peer-to-peer advertising solution, while earning BSV directly from advertisers. It has the added benefit of being simple, requiring the installation of just a single line of code in a website in order to function.

UptimeSV was developed to help protect the Internet. It provides distributed performance and uptime monitoring for dedicated denial of service (DDoS) enterprise systems to thwart attacks and is powered by BSV. Anyone is able to earn BSV by installing the app and participating in uptime tests for clients. Given the ease with which DDoS attacks can be promulgated, and the number of sites that have fallen victim to the attacks over the years, UptimeSV has the potential to ensure better security and uptime than other solutions.