This week, The Bitcoin Bridge catches up with Patrick Thompson—aka the CryptoAmerican—to find out more about the projects he’s been working on.
In this piece, CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. seeks to give Jordan Peterson a contrarian view about Bitcoin with some often-ignored facts.
The Bitcoin SV average block size has continued to slowly increase due to increased use of BSV’s consumer and business applications, which has allowed the total blockchain size to take back share against BTC.
Honest nodes are run by honest people; intrepid entrepreneurs who run businesses which seek to be valuable vendors to general users, commercial data users and the emerging economy of data/transaction brokers, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
After we have witnessed years of harassment against Dr. Craig Wright, it might be time to wake up to the fact that actually nobody is attacking him, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.
BTC is a heavily deprecated version of Bitcoin that has been trimmed into some kind of digital Rai Stone backed by hopes, dreams and mining machines, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
On January 21, a double spend of $21 happened on the BTC network. Kurt Wuckert Jr. explains why there is a lot more than meets the eye in this attack
There is a very real distinction between the worldviews of the small blockers versus that of the big blockers, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
The CoinGeek chief historian joined Helmuts Meskonis on his HostMaria YouTube channel to talk about Bitcoin SV and what sets it apart from all the other implementations.
By creating fundamental economic value and disrupting existing players in the data, finance or settlement economies, the purchasing power of Bitcoin SV “coins” should steadily increase, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Bitstocks founder and CEO Michael Hudson virtually sits down with Kurt Wuckert Jr. to discuss a variety of topics about Bitcoin, including the information war taking place in the ecosystem.