Dr. Craig S. Wright sets things straight when it comes to proof of work and proof of stake in this week's episode of "Bitcoin Class with Satoshi" with sCrypt's Xiaohui Liu.
Economic competition and incentives are at the heart of the Bitcoin system Dr. Craig Wright invented, a system that is completely different than the system that falls under the BTC ticker symbol.
The amount of energy that Bitcoin, especially Bitcoin mining operations, consume has been a hot-button issue since the inception of Bitcoin.
The Bitcoin SV network has already put in place safeguards to its protocols, which in all practical terms, makes attacks on the system illogical.
Ethereum continues to be the poster child for why you shouldn't fundamentally change your protocol if you want serious users, Jon Southurst writes.
If the U.S. Election was a proof of work model, like Bitcoin, the candidates would have had to show that above else they were willing to forgo all other opportunities.
Proof of work is a costly signal that tells nodes on a network how to act when there are nodes on the network that are in disagreement.
Eli Afram examines the ins and outs of the upgrade to the Ethereum network, analyzing the merits on the basis of technical and societal.
The brouhaha reflects other famous instances in cryptocurrency history where users and communities have rebelled against protocol developers.
The rewards-based social network being developed by Block.one has reportedly switched away from running on the EOS public blockchain.