Dr. Neil Smith's presentation at the University of Exeter was an exploration of "What is Money?" and whether digital currencies like Bitcoin can be considered money.
Society does not need a new gold, but rather an efficient and proper "currency" to support it—something that would take the role of a subordinate technology.
Kurt Wuckert Jr. broadcasts a Bitcoin 101 class sponsored by the BSV Blockchain Association and covers the basics of Bitcoin, including its structure and function.
Nigeria is replacing its paper money with redesigned currency notes, and with people queueing for hours just to get $43, the economy is grinding to a halt.
You do not make a transaction directly by sending it through multiple hops; once you send a payment to a node, someone else collects from the node.
In the CBDC playbook of nChain, the risks of CBDCs were discussed, especially "loss of privacy," and the BSV blockchain is a handy tool to enhance privacy at scale.
The moral sentiments of BTC or BSV or any other digital currencies must be closely measured according to their actual utility, not mere narratives, propaganda, or aspirations.
It is important to make a distinction between “money” and “currency,” not for the sake of semantics but to have a clear way to conceptualize the whole matter.
In this article, Marquez Comelab goes through a brief history of how money evolved to determine if a new currency like Bitcoin is a good form of money and improves the current monetary system.
Marquez Comelab takes us through the invention of paper money combined with the development and use of banking, which accelerated the evolution of the monetary and financial system we have today.
The Bitcoin expert and nChain chief science officer speaks about Bitcoin’s virtues at the Malta AI & Blockchain Conference.