On Day 1 of the first Bitcoin Masterclass, Dr. Craig Wright gets down to the Bitcoin business, talking about how to improve on security systems which today are typically restricted to ‘all or nothing’ sharing.
Dr. Craig Wright is back on Twitter, and this time states how he would "not be hiding or protecting anything related to my past" to prove he is Satoshi and the author of the 2008 Bitcoin white paper.
The Global Forum was held in Oman, the first for the Middle East, with Dr. Craig Wright as one of the keynote speakers, detailing what Bitcoin is, its capabilities, and why it was created.
Bitcoin was never intended to be used as a weapon for cybercrime but rather as a network that seeks to transform the global transaction system.
Marquez Comelab gives an in-depth discussion on how two clashing groups led to the split of Bitcoin and the importance of building a stable protocol in achieving scalability.
The Genesis Block was never "mined" like every other Bitcoin block; that started with Block #1 when Satoshi Nakamoto released the software on SourceForge.
BSV is ready to serve individuals, businesses, countries, and the entire world by using it as an electronic cash system capable of sending millions of payments worldwide.
YouTube channel Across The Rubicon released a video providing three pieces of evidence as to why Australian computer scientist Dr. Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto.
Craig Wright's time theory states that quantum entanglement doesn't require any information traveling under observable physics and suggests that an infinite amount of data is contained in the universe.
Central to the respondent developers’ argument is the impracticality of assigning fiduciary and tortious responsibility to developers in this way.
The U.K. Court of Appeal heard Tulip Trading’s arguments that blockchain engineers owe fiduciary and tortious duties to those who use their blockchains today.