Kurt Wuckert Jr. and Michael, aka ‘Root,’ recently stopped by the Brittany Bitz Podcast to talk about BSV, mining, GorillaPool, and more.
In this article, Author Dr. Craig Wright explains what a 51% attack is, how it relates to existing systems, and how it is being maligned by some people in the industry seeking to promote a system different from Bitcoin in many ways.
The fundamental basis behind the revenue model in BTC is centered on its limitation of its block size capped at 1MB since 2010, resulting in the revenue generated from mining BTC coming from mining rewards or subsidy.
The profitability calculation that every miner must go through is complex, and one must think about their economic costs, access to liquidity, as well as access to insider knowledge.
Jerry Chan examines Nvidia employee and OpenBSD hacker David Rosenthal's article, which details a lecture he gave at Stanford University on digital currencies and the problem he saw with it.
This week, Jerry Chan focuses on the economics of the block reward mining industry, explaining why it is one of the most misunderstood aspects of the Bitcoin economy.
Author ZeMing Gao created a chart-based technical analysis of the BTC and BSV block reward mining, comparing the networks' transaction fees, background, hash power, price, and more.
Following the suspension of withdrawals from trading accounts, hash power dropped by as much as 99% on OKEx's digital currency mining pools.
Hash power is the reward a node gets for having the best fitness, and the least wasted proof of work is the prize the hash operators get for choosing the node with the best array of costly signals.
New TAAL CEO Jerry Chan describes how comparing coin prices versus hashing power around halving times is short-term thinking.
Daniel Krawisz shares his thoughts about Bitcoin and the biggest problem he sees with the BSV community today.