When the Bitcoin software was announced in 2009, it was important that nodes joining the network could build a common history of the blockchain. Satoshi Nakamoto accomplished this by hardcoding in the “Genesis block” in the Bitcoin software.
As it turns out, Bitcoin may end up being the most complex social network we have seen in history, Connor Murray writes.
Connor Murray examines the history of the claim of Bitcoin’s Turing-completeness, and then creates artificial life that lives inside of Bitcoin forever.
There is little to no barrier to entry for a person to mint tokens on Bitcoin SV today, Connor Murray writes.
Bitcoin SV is forced to fight the “DISC” that has emerged in the digital currency ecosystem, according to Connor Murray.
Connor Murray recounts his experience of pitching his project, TrueReviews, to a panel of investors at the first Bitcoin Association BSV Venture Pitch Day in Seoul.
A lot of cryptocurrency advocates don’t take kindly to Peter Schiff’s assertion that BTC has “no intrinsic value” due to its lack of utility.
Despite no evidence to support the claim, Satoshi Nakamoto is envisioned to be an anarchist born out of the Cypherpunk’s Manifesto here to bring a radical new society without government and laws.