The CoinGeek conference kicked off this week in Toronto and the good news has begun rolling in droves. HandCash, a team that has created what is arguably the nicest Bitcoin (BSV that is) wallet in all of crypto, 
has made a massive announcement about the nextgeneration of usability upgrades users can expect to see on Bitcoin SV shortly.

Created by the folks at MoneyButton and called by a simple name, 'Paymail' promises to take the Bitcoin SV one step closer to mainstream adoption. For a long time now, many users in the BSV space have long loved the idea of being able to top up their Bitcoin SV wallets directly from their HandCash wallets. With these new upgrades, they now will be able to do so. 

In addition, a new wallet address naming system will be implemented which will make the QR codes that we use now somewhat (if not altogether) redundant. Here is a thread from the creator of HandCash, Alex Agut:



This will radically change the user-friendliness of the system. It has long been Satoshi Nakamoto's goal to root out fraud and corruption and to weed out the leech-like middlemen, such as the dishonest crypto exchange casinos that wash trade and lie about their trade volume numbers.

There are bound to be many more exciting announcements from the CoinGeek Toronto conference since this is only day 1. Already this is extremely exciting news. Currently BitcoinSV (BSV) is trading at around $177 and still looks like it may still see higher highs this week. No matter what it does, we are in it for the long haul. Bitcoin SV is the TRUE Bitcoin.