Dr. Craig Wright provides an update on the true definition of Bitcoin as it relates to transparency and government interaction.
BCH had "won" the hash war yet it was BSV ramping up and gaining momentum. Why? BSV had marketing power, resources, good ideas, patents and talented developers... and Satoshi Nakamoto himself.
The beauty of Bitcoin lies in its ability to stop major crimes, while simultaneously preventing rogue governments from seizing assets or otherwise abusing its powers and privileges.
Republished from GAP600, CEO Daniel Lipshitz believes BSV protocol offers the final piece in the blockchain puzzle needed to deliver on non-custodial crypto payments’ strategic advantages.
Joshua Henslee talks about his Bitcoin journey, and how his experience at the recent CoinGeek Conference in Seoul showed him it’s time to move on.
In a new blog post by Dr. Craig Wright, explains why Bitcoin was never meant to be considered gold and why allowing it to evolve as such is damaging the BTC ecosystem.
A recent investigation led by multiple law enforcement departments in several countries proved exactly how easy it is to follow the crypto transaction trail.
After more than 11 years since it was first introduced, Bitcoin still has difficulty being understood, even by some of the most adept tech geeks in the business.
The upcoming Genesis upgrade which promises to take Bitcoin back to its original unbounded design, giving developers, entrepreneurs and users the freedom to focus on how best to use Bitcoin SV.
The Merkle tree concept was integrated into Bitcoin when it was first designed by Satoshi Nakamoto and the idea was to make digital currency’s use as a fiat alternative.
In his November 2018 post, republished from Medium, Bitcoin developer Unwriter shares his thoughts on the hash war why BCH is no longer sound money.