Following last week's explanation of the first Bitcoin website, this episode looks at Satoshi Nakamoto's post releasing the white paper in October 2008, and the responses to it.
Twelve years ago today, Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright (as Satoshi Nakamoto) sent 10 bitcoins to developer and cryptographer Hal Finney. Why is this so important?
Bitcoin has been heavily victimized by the Hegelian Dialectic redefining it to the whims of software developers and anonymous users on social media, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
It's been a tumultuous 12 years, but this year is special—it sees Bitcoin celebrate its birthday with the original protocol restored.
In this piece, Kurt Wuckert Jr. tells investment commentator Puru Saxena that while he likely does not understand that the Bitcoin protocol isn’t bound to any tickers, but exists as a complete implementation on the Bitcoin SV network.
The Genesis Block timestamps the beginning of the Bitcoin blockchain—and since Bitcoin SV is the only blockchain that still maintains Bitcoin's original protocol, it's BSV's "birthday" alone to celebrate.
Property rights, liberty and individual sovereignty apply to the product of anyone’s labor, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
The trial was originally scheduled for May 4, 2021, but the Court had accepted a request by Wright’s lawyers to expedite the trial.
Today, we have this amazing new money called Bitcoin—and if you really want to understand it, just look at the word: it’s “bit” joined to “coin.”
The hearing was originally set for McCormack’s strike-out application to be heard, but given that this was withdrawn, Wright’s lawyers had hoped to resolve the case this week.
The Court has ruled on the outstanding motions as to admissibility of evidence in next year’s Kleiman v Wright trial.