The 29.6 BTC security deposit to the Genesis block had many suspect it could be from Dr. Craig Wright and was made for core developers, creating an air of peculiarity that is hard to put aside.
As Bitcoin evolves, it is crucial that we reflect on its initial vision—an open financial system where each participant has an equal opportunity to be a user and even to attempt to compete for blocks.
Let's address the claim that "Bitcoin is inefficient," this is only true if one mistakenly assumes that BTC—which trades as Bitcoin on most digital currency exchanges—is Bitcoin.
While the answer to the mysterious transaction in the Genesis block has yet to be revealed, the technicalities of how the block and transaction were made only cement Satoshi as the one behind them.
While the world has technology experts to thank for the advancements in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), consumers also play a crucial role in making the technology what it is now.
Visa and Mastercard remain the giants in the payments industry despite having different business models, but with the evolving financial landscape, will they be able to maintain this?
A lot has changed since Bitcoin's inception, and while Dr. Craig Wright continues to fight for his vision, the road ahead is full of hurdles as opportunists attempt to taint the protocol for their gain.
2024 rings in new hurdles for Bitcoin, with a new civil war likely erupting, all while giving ample space for silver linings such as the launch of Teranode and the steady fight for Satoshi's vision.
Some perceive innovation as a threat and treat it as an enemy rather than an ally, failing to see it as a critical tool for growth and development and one that would help shape the future of mankind.
After reviewing the topics of the Bitcoin Masterclasses this year, Becky Liggero finds that it's easy to fall in love with the potential of Bitcoin even if you’re not super technical.
AI emerged as one of the most popular tech trends of 2023 with the launch of ChatGPT and similar AI chatbots, with firms delving deeper into the tech and integrating it into their operations.
This year showed the calm before the storm: the market seems to be heating up for a 2024 bull market, the next Bitcoin halving, and the COPA v Wright trial will kick the year off early.
The changes in Bitcoin's original protocol, deemed "improvements" in the BTC community, were not significant upgrades but a mere diversion of what the technology advocates for.
Ethereum's technical and security flaws lurk ominously, threatening to sink investors' hopes and funds into the icy abyss of financial despair.
In 2011, Dashjr started one of the first Bitcoin mining pools called "Eligius," presumably named after the patron saint of gold—this pool was later resurrected under the name "Ocean."
Changpeng Zhao wasn't the leader of a resistance, he made his fortune laundering blood money for terrorist groups and operating a shadow bank for human traffickers and cyber criminals.
Social media CEOs from tech giants like Twitter and Facebook were able to build some of the greatest wealth (and power) in the world's history by selling their users' aggregate data.
The X account of @satoshi has been dubbed fraud by the community hating on Dr. Craig Wright, but it cannot be denied that its tweets are rooted in Satoshi's original Bitcoin protocol.
BTC’s ‘consumption of energy’ has no objective foundation; it is not the consumption of energy that determines the price, but the other way around, that is, BTC price drives its energy consumption.