Bitcoin cryptocurrency with bitcoins and digital tablet
Business 27 April 2022

Offline addressing

Author Dr. Craig Wright explained how several possible protocols could be created on top of Bitcoin and described the original protocol and templates that existed in 2009.

wifi bar
Editorial 26 April 2022

The King’s Wi-Fi

The GSE cohort needed to crack the ‘King’s Wi-Fi’ and using AirSnort, Aircrack-ng, WEPCrack, etc., we could break into the network before being discovered as a demonstration of a pen-testing exercise.

Close up view of golden bitcoin in black keyboard
Tech 7 April 2022

Security, the blockchain, and hashed headers…

Bitcoin uses a binary tree structure to collapse a huge set of transactions into an easily searchable path, which is only necessary when millions or billions of transactions are included in a block.

library
Editorial 6 April 2022

The library analogy

Bitcoin creator and author Dr. Craig Wright explains the library analogy and how it applies to Bitcoin and related services.

Man in suit holding a bitcoin coin
Editorial 3 April 2022

Bitcoin as a security

In this article, Bitcoin Creator Dr. Craig Wright explains some of the reasoning behind how he created Bitcoin and why he released it in such a manner.

Infinite
Editorial 2 April 2022

Infinite and unbounded

Turing completeness does not require an infinite tape, and it was not an infinite tape that Turing mentioned in his paper; it was an unbounded system.

Stocks and Shares
Editorial 31 March 2022

Shares 2.0

With Bitcoin and the blockchain, we can create a new form of shares, one that benefits value investors and those who rationally investigate the corporation for the long term.

Bitcoins and gold bars
Editorial 29 March 2022

Banking old wine in new bottles

Many industries are trying to find ways to turn Bitcoin into something else. They want to make digital gold, but Bitcoin isn’t digital gold.

Selective focus of silver bitcoin and piles of bitcoins behind
Editorial 27 March 2022

Taproot: Building a mixer

The false belief of the BTC community hold lies in thinking that if you mix the inputs, the now “untraceable outputs” will no longer be seized or be outside the area law enforcement can cover.

Weight scale with bitcoin business in front of rising chart
Business 26 March 2022

Defining scaling

Numerous arguments abound on scaling blockchain-based systems like Bitcoin, but according to author Dr. Craig Wright, the scale or grade represents the transaction volume that the system can handle.

Coins of Bitcoin are falling from laptop screen.
Tech 25 March 2022

A rational argument around nodes

The only purpose of running a 'node' that doesn't create blocks is to monitor and receive transactions quickly and validate transactions receipt faster. There is no benefit to the network overall.

Bitcoin under rocks
Business 23 March 2022

The vision for Bitcoin

Dr. Craig Wright reveals his vision for Bitcoin in this blog post—he explains how it is set in stone and how it should scale to billions of transactions while maintaining a low price.

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