In his recent video, Joshua Henslee talks about how Bitcoin is and always was supposed to be cash, how it should be used, the inefficiency of the current payments system, and the need for Bitcoin.
Although there are plenty of confident, competent entrepreneurs in BSV, there aren’t yet the business role model equivalents of the early successes of the consumer Internet revolution.
The original Bitcoin was created to support property rights under the framework of the rule of law and increase productivity with unbounded scalability and low costs. BTC is the opposite.
In this episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, host Kurt Wuckert Jr. answers viewers’ questions, from available jobs in BSV to Dr. Wright's presentation at the IEEE Blockchain Symposium in Dubai.
In this article, author Zeming Gao identifies and explains the common misunderstanding about Bitcoin and blockchain and how the technology involves a lot of concepts that are not easy to grasp.
The truth is, BTC does not do a majority of the things that it's marketed to do, and now that the world is putting its narratives to the test, BTC is failing in nearly every department.
As the price drops, BTC’s ineptitude is becoming more widely understood, especially as it continues to demonstrate its failure as ‘digital gold’ situations where it should shine.
Dr. Craig Wright has already stated his opinions on gold, the so-called gold standard banking system, and Bitcoin marketed as digital gold. And when Satoshi speaks, we better listen.
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 securities regulator reiterated its stance that investment advisors must not engage in buying and selling of unregulated assets such as digital gold.
BTC does indeed have something in common with gold—but not the way BTCers would like it to be, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.