Bitcoin, tax, and privacy
Editorial 20 September 2019

Bitcoin, tax, and privacy

The lack of understanding in the technology builds resistance that is baseless and somewhat encourages fear of the unknown.

Dr. Wright and the altered PDF
Editorial 31 August 2019

Dr. Wright and the altered PDF

Eli Afram clarifies some of the misconceptions surrounding the recent court case with Dr. Wright vs Ira Kleinmann.

Bitcoin’s capacity to make the world better
Editorial 29 August 2019

Bitcoin’s capacity to make the world better

The recent recommendation in the Ira vs Craig case, reveals the hard truth about an ever-present problem within the justice system, that by the account of many studies, exists.

How stable is a risky stablecoin?
Editorial 22 August 2019

How stable is a risky stablecoin?

In the advent of blockchain technology is the increase number of stable coins which heavily rely on 'trust' that leaves a lot to be desired for.

A bit about Dr. Craig Wright
Editorial 1 June 2019

A bit about Dr. Craig Wright

My passion to see Bitcoin reach its potential lead me to write a series of pieces in an attempt to get some minds thinking rationally, to see Bitcoin succeed. This passion led me to Dr. Wright.

Bitcoin and Crony Capitalism
Editorial 19 March 2019

Bitcoin and Crony Capitalism

Bitcoin in its intended stable form is powerful enough to revolutionise the entire world for the better. Sound global money, that, with an intact protocol, cannot be corrupted by any single government, company or individual.

Bitcoin SV devs and miners remove another limitation to scale Bitcoin
Tech 24 January 2019

Bitcoin SV devs and miners remove another limitation to scale Bitcoin

Bitcoin software has been plagued by artificial limitations since day one. Inventor, Satoshi Nakamoto put some of these limits in place as a means to bootstrap the project, and suitably commented that such limits were temporary. Increasing the blocksize, which Bitcoin SV has been leading the charge in, is the removal of one restriction.