This week's episode of Bitcoin Class with Satoshi also involves a Bitcoin concept that has been around since the white paper, but its capabilities are rarely understood.
Dr. Craig Wright, Metanet ICU’s Joel Dalais and Dr. Michael Wehrmann discuss the topic of satoshis vs. fiat and 0 sat transactions in the Bitcoin system.
The episode's title is "DFAs and Financial Contracts." DFA are "deterministic finite automata," and Dr. Craig Wright says "I've put out some papers on this in the past... also got some patents on it.”
Are our Bitcoin transactions really pseudo-anonymous? Is our privacy really protected when we make transactions? In some cases, yes, but in most cases, no.
For Bitcoin to achieve global adoption, we don’t need to agree with Dr. Wright’s philosophies on individual freedom and duty.
Unbounded Enterprise recently released BSV2048, which adds a new dimension to the popular puzzle game 2048 by embracing the penny business.
Theory of Bitcoin host Ryan X. Charles of Fabriik Smart Wallet (Money Button) and Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright are joined by sCrypt founder Xiaohui Liu for some Q&A along with the usual discussion.
myPaymail gives everyone the ability to accept Bitcoin payments on their domains and utilize any of their email aliases, it’s quick, easy and affordable at only $1 per added Paymail.
Bitcoin perhaps exemplifies the power of both monopoly and competition, nChain’s Jack Davies writes.
Bitcoin can be used in a way those on the outside looking in cannot trace what you are doing, but participants can in the case they have to, Joshua Henslee writes.
There's every chance BSV's total transactions will surpass BTC's very soon, given BSV's unbounded capacity for scaling, ever-cheaper transaction fees, and use-case scenarios still being discovered.