Digital Currency Group (DCG), a conglomeration of venture capitalist groups founded in 2015, is one of the major centers of “big tech” and “old money” control in the BTC economy.
BSV Blockchain Association Director of Engineering Jad Wahab spoke in a brief video about the new LiteClient Toolbox, which will soon be available for developers to try out.
Coinbase’s refusal to respect Dr. Craig Wright’s intellectual property rights could result in the digital currency exchange facing liabilities that vastly exceed any profits derived from its ill-conceived strategy.
With the launch of Dr. Craig Wright’s colossal lawsuit accusing exchanges Coinbase and Kraken of passing-off digital assets (such as BTC) as Bitcoin, the term is likely to become a popular topic of discussion among digital asset circles.
Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin, is legally going after digital currency exchanges Coinbase and Kraken over their misrepresentation of BTC as Bitcoin.
Bitcoin has always had the ability to handle Simplified Payment Verification functions, but until now there hasn't been a full set of standards or toolkit available for developers to implement the architecture in payment systems.
Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright is suing Coinbase and Kraken over their use of the name Bitcoin in relation to assets that do not conform to the system described in the white paper.
Bitcoin is superior to physical cash, even amid the mass propaganda campaign about it being meant for digital gold, HODL’ing, and inefficient as a payment method—despite the title of the Bitcoin white paper asserting its purpose as electronic cash.
One of the favorite candidates among small blockers Blockstream CEO Dr. Adam Back, creator of the “Hashcash” white paper that illustrates how a proof of work can mitigate the problem of email SPAM and general denial of service (DoS) attacks.
While Dr. Craig Wright was doxed as Bitcoin’s creator by Wired and Gizmodo in 2015, the politics of Bitcoin have muddied the waters and made a rational discussion of the facts very difficult to have with a mainstream audience.
Dr. Craig Wright reveals his vision for Bitcoin in this blog post—he explains how it is set in stone and how it should scale to billions of transactions while maintaining a low price.