On the latest episode of CJTV, host ‘CJ’ and Kurt Wuckert Jr. take a deep dive into the events that we have seen and are seeing unfold in the blockchain and digital currency ecosystem.
On CJTV, CoinGeek’s Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. gives the audience an in-depth look at how Bitcoin got hijacked and how outside influences derailed BTC from what the whitepaper set Bitcoin out to be.
Bitcoin History series Part 3 delves into the split of BTC Core and Cash (BCH), and how the “Bitcoin” name was retained by the more limited chain, and the big blockers agreed haphazardly to fight for dominance on the worst metric possible: price.
As time goes on, we see two things from Tether: more evidence that USDT is unbacked, and an increasing reliance on Tether throughout the industry and beyond it. The month of June has been no exception.
Blockstream CEO Adam Back desperately wants to be seen as Bitcoin’s all-father despite his ongoing efforts to strangle Bitcoin in its cradle.
Gregory Maxwell is yet another well-known name within the digital asset community who is selling out Bitcoin for his own ends.
Blockstream perpetuates the problems faced by Bitcoin knockoffs and then offers its own solution to those problems, while attempting to destroy and censor the better solutions that already exist.
For years, advocates for Taproot and Schnorr have cited increased efficiency and added “privacy” because Schnorr aggregates signatures together at the protocol level.
The BitMEX indictments show that a reckoning is coming for anti-regulation criminal organizations: and not just those at the top.
We have arrived at a community of nominal libertarians who support price-fixing, production quotas, and who are decidedly against utility, Brent Bevear writes.
Liquid handles fast transactions between exchanges, while Lightning handles smaller, everyday payments for BTC.