The "Theory of Bitcoin" project is about to start a new series, focusing on advanced coding techniques to build Bitcoin applications, and would take a look at different topics for a month at a time.
The course is divided into four stages, discussing the concept of digital signatures, pre-requisites to understanding ECDSA, technical aspects of ECDSA, and how it forms part of the Bitcoin protocol.
The three-hour free course is aimed at developers and breaks down digital signatures – both from a theoretical and practical standpoint – with a particular focus on the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) which is utilized in BSV.
The Introduction to Bitcoin Infrastructure course covers the in-built incentive model that drives investment in scaling at an enterprise level and that ultimately underpins the network, along with other important fundamental concepts.
Dr. Wright will be joined by Bitcoin Association’s Patrick Prinz at the event, which provides an opportunity for interested parties to meet and share ideas about developing for BSV blockchain.
On his YouTube channel, Joshua Henslee recently offered an update on his content strategy, what he’s been up to and what his fans can expect from him in the near future.
‘Introduction to Bitcoin Theory’ is aimed at building foundational knowledge of Bitcoin, and the founding principles espoused in the Satoshi Nakamoto whitepaper, written by Dr. Craig S. Wright.
Robin Kohze of Vaionex, Jackson Laskey of Unbounded Enterprise, Chris Fonal of Code Poets, and Rafa Jimenez Seibane of HandCash join Charles Miller at CoinGeek Zurich to discuss how their businesses were operating in and around BSV enterprise blockchain.
Aaron Russell had been working as a software engineer for years before dedicating himself to making it easier for other developers to build on Bitcoin.
Aaron Russell (a.k.a. Libs) has developed many useful tools for Bitcoin development including Paypresto, TxForge and the newly released Univrse.
This year’s Bitcoin SV DevCon is right around the corner, providing an excellent opportunity for developers to gain a deeper insight into the technology.