Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen interviewed U.S. Congressman Bill Foster for the latest Blockchain Policy Matters episode.
You may have bitcoins in your wallet or stored on an exchange, but that does not necessarily mean these bitcoins belong to you, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.
Dr. Craig Wright, through Tulip Trading Limited, has been granted permission to serve 11 Bitcoin developers out of jurisdiction in order to recover £3.5bn worth of Bitcoin stolen in a hack on Dr. Wright’s network in 2020.
Here’s why intermediary businesses cannot be automated away, without effectively giving away our free will, individuality, and freedom.
Platforms like Facebook and Twitter are free because they use consumers as the product, harvesting data and selling them for profit, Patrick Thompson writes.
Don’t believe the hype emanating from those who claim Craig Wright’s legal action is intended to achieve an unchallengeable dominance over.
As blockchain technology becomes increasingly relied upon, it becomes critical that the law extends its well-established protections to this new context.
Without any means to recover billions of dollars worth of assets that can be lost or stolen in an instant, Bitcoin can kiss goodbye any serious prospect of institutional investors or large corporate buy-ins.
Bitcoin was something new, something not just invented, but “released”: the software was designed to build on itself, to keep itself honest, to grow up.
Much misinformation has floated around the internet in the wake of Dr. Craig S. Wright's letters before action to Bitcoin (and its related forks) protocol developers.
The explosion of data sped up the transformation into a connected world as more information was available for collection and analysis than ever before, Jacob Rozen writes.