A neutral analysis of the data shows that BSV is winning by the number of daily transactions, block sizes, and frequently miner profitability.
MNP looked at the original whitepaper and compared the current expressions of BTC and Bitcoin SV (BSV) to determine which blockchain represented the true original vision for Bitcoin.
There is an assumption among some people that all bitcoiners fit into easily defined collectivist silos of one political variety or another, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
MNP recently published an independent review of the original Bitcoin protocol to determine which Bitcoin implementation is the most accurate representation of the vision proposed by Satoshi Nakamoto.
In this series, Marquez Comelab explores what money and the different forms it had taken in the past for us to consider whether Bitcoin can be used as currency.
Canadian consulting firm MNP’s findings indicate that Bitcoin SV is most representative of Satoshi Nakamoto’s original intention and design for Bitcoin.
In the second of a two-part interview for this week’s CoinGeek Conversations, Ian Grigg explains how wanting to help protect the pseudonymous inventor of Bitcoin led to his discovery that Dr. Craig Wright is Satoshi.
Dr. Craig S. Wright sets things straight when it comes to proof of work and proof of stake in this week's episode of "Bitcoin Class with Satoshi" with sCrypt's Xiaohui Liu.
Online reviews, social media posts, and Twitter bios echo similar sentiments: the book is apparently revelatory and life-changing, putting people on The Bitcoin Standard pathway, initiating them into the HODL culture of BTC maximalism.
In the first of a two-part interview for CoinGeek Conversations, Ian Grigg talks about the early days of Bitcoin and how he came to believe that Dr. Craig Wright was Satoshi Nakamoto.
Bitcoins have a history attached to them. The transactional history of a Bitcoin cannot be hidden. That means one is always trading a specific Bitcoin when selling it for fiat money, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.