Dr. Craig Wright’s latest blog post explains the philosophy and evolution behind a handful of international art styles and how it’s similar to digital art NFTs.
In a blog post, Dr. Craig Wright explores how companies like Coinbase and Square attempt to hijack Bitcoin and create a new banking system for personal profit.
The blog post comes in response to criticisms from the BTC community and skeptics who insist that Bitcoin cannot be considered Turing complete.
In “Bitcoin as a Security,” Dr. Wright takes a deep dive into the history of Bitcoin as well as Bitcoin’s journey throughout different eras.
Dr. Craig S. Wright’s latest blog post, “Collectivism and Protagoras of Abdera,” touches on a few social-economic situations and debate styles that we often see in society.
Is Bitcoin a public service? According to Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright, BSV is not the free public service that many people think of it as.
In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright takes a look at the flawed idea put forward by Cøbra (@CobraBitcoin) regarding assassination markets and anarchist society.
In his latest blog post, Dr. Craig Wright explains that the role that a full node plays on a network does nothing in relation to providing security and validity to the network.
Dr. Craig S. Wright’s latest blog post, “The Source of Dignity” examines the concept of dignity and how it corresponds to value in the economy.
In his latest blog post, “The King’s Wi-Fi,” Dr. Craig Wright talks about the proof-of-work description he uses in regard to how Bitcoin solves the Byzantine Generals Problem.
Are our Bitcoin transactions really pseudo-anonymous? Is our privacy really protected when we make transactions? In some cases, yes, but in most cases, no.