Online reviews, social media posts, and Twitter bios echo similar sentiments: the book is apparently revelatory and life-changing, putting people on The Bitcoin Standard pathway, initiating them into the HODL culture of BTC maximalism.
The malicious reorganization attacks on the BSV blockchain were simply an act of terrorism meant to scare away investors and dry up liquidity by closing down exchange hubs, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
It’s been four years since the split of the Bitcoin protocol away from the coup d’etat called “UASF” which activated Segregated Witness on the BTC network.
Bitcoin was disruptive, so Mastercard muzzled it, using “number go up” as lubrication to shut down the narrative of Bitcoin being a true fintech revelation, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Bitcoins have a history attached to them. The transactional history of a Bitcoin cannot be hidden. That means one is always trading a specific Bitcoin when selling it for fiat money, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.
Today, the only function of BTC is to create a scarce digital asset representing ‘spurious riches’ that can be traded in high-value financial transactions: to breed money from money.
If your identity is a private key, you are the private key. If we become numbers, we become exchangeable like numbers, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.
First of all, it was the BSV blockchain space that had the “build” mantra instead of the “hodl” narrative since day one. In Bitcoin SV, we early on warned our readers of the hodl-mentality.
The companies in BSV are building a brave new world on BSV, but not necessarily for BSV, and that’s crucial to understand, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
If BSV is going to be something other than just another Ponzi scheme, then the blockchain must be used for something other than just a store of value, Jerry Chan writes.
No other digital coin other than BSV creates a standard format for transactions that can change how we do worldwide computing, John Pitts writes.