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Spam transactions in Bitcoin are an oxymoron
Editorial 7 January 2020

Spam transactions in Bitcoin are an oxymoron

The word has found itself in Bitcoin conversations, riddled with controversy on whether using the blockchain for transactions outside of monetary use cases could be labeled as spam.

Is BSV the real Bitcoin?
Editorial 30 December 2019

Is BSV the real Bitcoin?

There is a malaise of conflicting views on the establishment of standards for defining the precepts of Bitcoin.

What is the Tulip Trust?
Editorial 27 December 2019

What is the Tulip Trust?

The Tulip Trust is something that could finally reveal more about Satoshi Nakamoto and the roles of Dr. Craig Wright and Dave Kleiman.

Who is Satoshi Nakamoto?
Editorial 26 December 2019

Who is Satoshi Nakamoto?

Connor Murray discusses the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, and what makes Bitcoin different from other electronic currencies.

Is someone going to steal Greg Maxwell’s BSV?
Editorial 24 December 2019

Is someone going to steal Greg Maxwell’s BSV?

The P2SH deprecation in the Genesis is not going to introduce a replay confiscation of coins allowing “anyone-can-spend” attacks to be used against unclaimed BSV sitting in old BTC or BCH wallets.

Economic security in the Bitcoin game
Editorial 18 December 2019

Economic security in the Bitcoin game

Jerry Chan, Bitcoin Association general manager for Japan and South Korea, discusses why the security of cryptocurrency systems are economic in basis.