Solana had a transaction flood incident which split the network as validators came out of sync with one another under a possible denial of service attack. Their solution? Just reboot it.
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.
The digital currency industry experienced somewhat of a meltdown over the course of the last few days due to a clause in the Biden administration’s Infrastructure Bill.
Blockstream CEO Adam Back desperately wants to be seen as Bitcoin’s all-father despite his ongoing efforts to strangle Bitcoin in its cradle.
Elon Musk recognized that despite the misinformation campaign waged by BTC zealots and charlatans, the sector still relies heavily on non-eco-friendly fossil fuels to produce the inferior tokens.
In his latest blog post, “The King’s Wi-Fi,” Dr. Craig Wright talks about the proof-of-work description he uses in regard to how Bitcoin solves the Byzantine Generals Problem.
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.
A common misconception seems to be that Bitcoin’s proof of work mechanism exceeds that of the many small nations, thus making it harmful to the environment and detrimental to power grids.
The amount of energy that Bitcoin, especially Bitcoin mining operations, consume has been a hot-button issue since the inception of Bitcoin.
The fifth video in the Ryan X. Charles’s Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper series with Dr. Craig Wright takes us through the third section of the Bitcoin whitepaper which is dedicated to the timestamp server.
In the face of the bull run and NFT boom, environmentalist activists have once again targeted Bitcoin’s industrial infrastructure for criticism based on the assumption that proof of work for building blocks is a waste of electricity.