A lot of cryptocurrency advocates don’t take kindly to Peter Schiff’s assertion that BTC has “no intrinsic value” due to its lack of utility.
Even if one thinks Dr. Craig Wright didn’t create Bitcoin, the math behind a pump-and-dump just doesn’t make sense.
Jerry Chan of Bitcoin Association clarifies the incorrect assumption that all nodes on the Bitcoin network are all supposed to be equal.
Despite no evidence to support the claim, Satoshi Nakamoto is envisioned to be an anarchist born out of the Cypherpunk’s Manifesto here to bring a radical new society without government and laws.
Marquez Comelab discusses how the Bitcoin SV network can potentially erode the dominance of current power brands in fintech and payment industry.
There is a division between those who understand Bitcoin and those who don’t—but the good news is that this is only temporary.
Bitcoin SV overtook BCH in both unit price and market cap, while reaching an all-time-high price at the same time.
Today’s self-anointed Bitcoin intelligentsia use nearly constant straw man arguments against the notion of the fixed protocol. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The Unbounded Capital team asks entrepreneurial leaders what is there to be excited about Bitcoin SV?
The @Bitcoin Twitter account has changed its description, in a possible attempt to morph public’s perception of Bitcoin.
Many people call BTC “digital gold,” and although Bitcoin SV also has that property, utility in BSV comes from it being an infrastructure protocol that can be used to create the internet of value.