The latest Theory of Bitcoin episode focuses on two things most ordinary people don't think much about, yet have major importance: timestamping and proof of work.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. shares his thoughts on the current state of the Bitcoin ecosystem, and why he feels the call to help right the wrongs of Bitcoin.
The enlightening "Theory of Bitcoin" video discussion series continues this week with another look at the original Bitcoin whitepaper.
In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright gives clarity to the passages in the Bitcoin whitepaper that address voting.
Bitcoin is not "secured by cryptography"—that’s important to understand, and you will understand it better after watching the latest "Theory of Bitcoin" episode.
Like the Wright Flyer of 1903, BitCoin is an incredible elegant invention which is one of the greatest creations of our era, and possibly THE greatest, John Pitts writes.
Fundamentals are the theme for Dr. Craig Wright and Ryan X. Charles in the "Theory of Bitcoin: White Paper" series.
Satoshi Nakamoto debuted the Bitcoin white paper to the Cryptography Mailing List on October 31, 2008, saying, “I’ve been working on a new electronic cash system.”
This week in CoinGeek Pulse, we are running down the top stories that shake the Bitcoin and blockchain industry.
Today Satoshi Nakamoto, whose government name is Craig Steven Wright, turns 50 years old—half a century! Beyond the birthday, the birth and evolution of Bitcoin over the years is just as impressive.
The in-depth educational series featuring conversations between Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles is taking a sidestep from its regular programming.