The fifth video in the Ryan X. Charles’s Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper series with Dr. Craig Wright takes us through the third section of the Bitcoin whitepaper which is dedicated to the timestamp server.
Dr. Craig S. Wright is welcoming the latest legal attack against his Bitcoin SV protocol, saying the action will boomerang on his accusers.
The Crypto Open Patent Alliance announced it's filing a lawsuit in the High Court of Justice in England and Wales, to declare that Dr. Craig S. Wright is not the author of the 2008 Bitcoin white paper.
For Bitcoin to achieve global adoption, we don’t need to agree with Dr. Wright’s philosophies on individual freedom and duty.
Think of Bitcoin as more of an economically viable system than a crypto system—a capitalist economic system, Becky Liggero Fontana writes.
The “crypto” hype we see in mainstream and social media is far from Satoshi’s creation and this is important for gambling industry professionals to understand, Becky Liggero Fontana writes.
CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero Fontana delves into the Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper video series to further understand why Bitcoin SV (BSV) is a perfect fit for the gaming industry.
People know the supply of Bitcoin is limited, but do they know why this is the case, Dr. Michael Wehrmann asks.
Bitcoin was something new, something not just invented, but “released”: the software was designed to build on itself, to keep itself honest, to grow up.
Dr. Craig Wright now finds himself as the perfect plaintiff to demonstrate the points he has been making for years: that there is nothing about blockchain, Bitcoin or any other digital asset which takes them outside the scope of the law.
Satoshi Nakamoto never intended Bitcoin to be held in cold storage until such time that it appreciated in value high enough for the owner to cash out, be financially free, then retire to a tropical island paradise.