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Bitcoiners don’t get Bitcoin’s security
Editorial 8 hours ago

Bitcoiners don’t get Bitcoin’s security

Unlike BSV supporters who champion the utility of BSV, BTC supporters tend to use some variant of the “money-printing” thesis as a justification for the value of the extremely limited version of Bitcoin which they prefer.

Why the market bubble is back
Editorial 25 November 2020

Why the market bubble is back

The digital currency markets are back in a bubble, since September, digital currency prices have been steadily rising–here's why.

Fraud of the century?
Editorial 25 November 2020

Fraud of the century?

There is only one candidate for fraud of the century, and it isn’t Dr. Craig Wright, Unbounded Capital’s Jack Laskey writes.

Kurt’s personal blog. An announcement
Editorial 19 November 2020

Kurt’s personal blog. An announcement

Kurt Wuckert Jr. shares his thoughts on the current state of the Bitcoin ecosystem, and why he feels the call to help right the wrongs of Bitcoin.

That time Nasdaq delisted Netflix; A fable
Editorial 19 November 2020

That time Nasdaq delisted Netflix; A fable

Two years after Bitcoin Independence Day, the BCH camp now faces a further split, and we’ve once again witnessed digital asset exchanges choose sides, Paul Rajchgod writes.

CoinDesk is lying about the ElectrumSV bug
Editorial 11 November 2020

CoinDesk is lying about the ElectrumSV bug

CoinDesk and Gregory Maxwell have teamed up to misrepresent the nature and scope of a bug in an ElectrumSV script for an experimental multisig wallet type, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.

Elect Bitcoin
Editorial 3 November 2020

Elect Bitcoin

If the U.S. Election was a proof of work model, like Bitcoin, the candidates would have had to show that above else they were willing to forgo all other opportunities.

3 Wrights don’t make a wrong
Editorial 3 November 2020

3 Wrights don’t make a wrong

Like the Wright Flyer of 1903, BitCoin is an incredible elegant invention which is one of the greatest creations of our era, and possibly THE greatest, John Pitts writes.