BTC's fee model largely favors miners and runs counter to its original design of a peer-to-peer cash system that provides convenience and reliability among users.
BTC's Lightning Network was created in an attempt to solve complex issues in computer science, but questions arise over its significance as it faces woes that run counter to its purpose.
Bitcoin mining nodes operate using PoW and Bitcoin consensus, making it hard for major mining nodes to be anonymous, while Lightning Network is an entirely unblockchain no-proof-of-anything network.
Layer 2 solutions are not useless in principle, and Rollups themselves can be useful, when used with a blockchain capable of serving as a scalable global base layer.
A paper by researchers at the University of Illinois revealed two major attack vulnerabilities in the Lightning Network system, which could be used to lock users from their money or steal funds.
To celebrate his 2,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, Joshua Henslee did a three-part "Ask Me Anything" episode where he answered questions about Bitcoin, digital currencies, and blockchain.
Kurt joined Darntons podcast to talk about Satoshi’s vision and how BSV has restored it, the fallacies of BTC and Lightning Network, and why Dr. Craig Wright is Satoshi.
A recently published article by an anonymous author is seemingly aimed to promote the new "scaling solution" proposal on the Lightning network BTC.
In this article, Jerry Chan explores each of the three strategies in scaling Ethereum and why none will achieve the intended goal, as none addressed the lack of scalability of the layer 1 blockchain.
Dr. Craig Wright was recently interviewed by CJ from MM Labs to share his thoughts on Bitcoin, the digital currency industry, BSV's traction and roadmap for the next 10 years, and more.
Joshua Henslee, an experienced ERP/software consultant, creator of Windbell, and Bitcoin expert, shared snippets of his Bitcoin journey to the Women of BSV.