Dr. Craig Wright was in the same frustrating position as the countless other victims of digital asset theft: he knows exactly where his coins ‘sit’ on the blockchain yet is unable to access that property without the necessary private keys.
When the Bitcoin software was announced in 2009, it was important that nodes joining the network could build a common history of the blockchain. Satoshi Nakamoto accomplished this by hardcoding in the “Genesis block” in the Bitcoin software.
The world of BSV is finally starting to think ‘big’ and beginning to discuss and debate the economic inevitabilities that your wallet seed phrase isn’t going to work forever.
The latest episode of Bitcoin Class with Satoshi gets cryptographical again as Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright and sCrypt's Xiaohui Liu talk about using shared secrets to generate multiple keys.
If your identity is a private key, you are the private key. If we become numbers, we become exchangeable like numbers, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.
Knowing what information to process on-chain and what to process off-chain is a key theme of the Bitcoin Class series, featuring sCrypt founder Xiaohui Liu and Dr. Craig Wright.
A big concern of anyone dealing with digital currency is how to secure their coins. Many by principle are opposed to using custodial services to secure their Bitcoin, for good reason.
In this episode of "Theory of Bitcoin," Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles discuss legal ownership and how it could be enforced, as well as the ways Bitcoin can be used to link EDI processes in businesses.
Beware of downloading these three applications—Jamm, DaoPoker and eTrade—as they will allegedly steal your digital currencies.
“Keys ≠ Identity” explores the legalese around being in possession of a private key and what that means in terms of ownership.
With their patent pending technology, Curv will make transactions easier to approach for new users, and safer too.