Sunsetting P2SH will finally reset Bitcoin 99% of the way back to the original design as defined by the whitepaper and its original goal as a global peer-to-peer cash system.
There is a division between those who understand Bitcoin and those who don’t—but the good news is that this is only temporary.
In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright concedes that many of the problems of implementing his vision stem from his own errors.
Today’s self-anointed Bitcoin intelligentsia use nearly constant straw man arguments against the notion of the fixed protocol. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The @Bitcoin Twitter account has changed its description, in a possible attempt to morph public’s perception of Bitcoin.
The transaction took place between Dr. Craig S. Wright using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto and long-time cryptographer Hal Finney.
With SPV, people can transact peer-to-peer in Bitcoin SV without being a miner themselves or making use of the full blockchain.
The word has found itself in Bitcoin conversations, riddled with controversy on whether using the blockchain for transactions outside of monetary use cases could be labeled as spam.
2019 saw Dr. Wright committing himself to explaining his vision for Bitcoin now that it’s returning to its original protocol with Bitcoin SV.
CoinPoint predicts 2020 will be another huge year for Bitcoin SV, as it returns to the origins of Bitcoin in the original whitepaper.