The fifth video in the Ryan X. Charles’s Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper series with Dr. Craig Wright takes us through the third section of the Bitcoin whitepaper which is dedicated to the timestamp server.
For Bitcoin to achieve global adoption, we don’t need to agree with Dr. Wright’s philosophies on individual freedom and duty.
In the recent craze to tokenize everything including the kitchen sink, it is easy to lose sight of where real value lies, Jerry Chan writes.
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.
Think of Bitcoin as more of an economically viable system than a crypto system—a capitalist economic system, Becky Liggero Fontana writes.
Digital assets are becoming increasingly popular among accredited and institutional investors–but why? In this article, we look at why...
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.
The “crypto” hype we see in mainstream and social media is far from Satoshi’s creation and this is important for gambling industry professionals to understand, Becky Liggero Fontana writes.
Inventing your own mythology to shoehorn an agenda is something else entirely: propaganda. In Square Crypto’s new “Book of Bitcoin Mythology,” they have created one such example of propaganda.
The question that arises is who becomes responsible if two parties fill orders between each other in this way without a so-called ‘Decentralized Exchange’?
It seems that some Bitcoin SV observers believe that when an enterprise or government body announces it is building something on Bitcoin SV, the expectation is it will be live nearly instantaneously.