Editorial 8 April 2021

Bitcoin is green technology

In the face of the bull run and NFT boom, environmentalist activists have once again targeted Bitcoin’s industrial infrastructure for criticism based on the assumption that proof of work for building blocks is a waste of electricity.

Editorial 30 March 2021

Bitcoin SV already won

When properly incentivized, Bitcoin is capable of an unfathomable amount of throughput and flexibility that can dwarf Visa, MasterCard, SWIFT, ACH and all of the data management networks on earth.

Business 25 February 2021

Kurt’s Personal Blog: Coming Soon™

Turns out the big surprise was that Craig Wright wants a world where law and bitcoin intertwine in a way which makes them both better.

Business 24 February 2021

Is Bitcoin censorship resistant?

Bitcoin is indeed resistant to censorship, but it is also deliberately flexible under stress, and designed as a tool to enforce the truth—even when extremely unpopular, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.

Editorial 16 February 2021

I just solved DeFi

Ethereum is one giant computer that requires all of its parts to move across each threshold together—making the entire network only as fast as the slowest node, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.

Editorial 9 February 2021

Elon Musk would hate BSV

Elon Musk has announced that Tesla bought 1.5 billion dollars’ worth of BTC which he intends to do nothing with so that it will lose velocity on the company books for the foreseeable future.

Tech 1 February 2021

Bitcoin SV Node software releases v1.0.7

Bitcoin SV Node software v1.0.7 is a beta release from version 1.0.6, so the changes are mostly small but be sure to know the risks before upgrading to the new release, Kurt Wuckert Jr writes.

Editorial 19 January 2021

Elysium vs Galt’s Gulch

There is a very real distinction between the worldviews of the small blockers versus that of the big blockers, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.