sCrypt's Xiaohui Liu compares the fundamentals of smart contracts between BSV and BTC and how these affect the realization of developing and implementing use cases.
With sCrypt, developers can easily write, test, debug, deploy, and call BTC smart contracts in Typescript without needing to fork and learning new tools.
The changes in Bitcoin's original protocol, deemed "improvements" in the BTC community, were not significant upgrades but a mere diversion of what the technology advocates for.
YouTuber Hayden Otto used his channel to call out the BTC maximalists who fancy themselves as Bitcoin gatekeepers and expose the contradictions and hypocrisy in their actions.
Unlike BTC, BSV does not need to change its protocol to integrate Ordinals, and above else, it is 100,000x cheaper and 12.5x bigger than other blockchains supporting it.
Bitcoin entrepreneur and developer Xiaohui Liu has spent some time explaining Bitcoin smart contracts in a two-part video lesson on his YouTube channel.
sCrypt demonstrated how to implement Taproot on the original Bitcoin using a contractless contract and shows that its follow-up proposal, Graftroot, can be implemented in a similar fashion.
A recently published article by an anonymous author is seemingly aimed to promote the new "scaling solution" proposal on the Lightning network BTC.
In this article, sCrypt showed how to implement Taproot using the original Bitcoin protocol without any changes, by combining contractless contract and Merklized Alternative Script Tree (MAST).
The false belief of the BTC community hold lies in thinking that if you mix the inputs, the now “untraceable outputs” will no longer be seized or be outside the area law enforcement can cover.
As in the Wizard of Oz, BTC developers are committing a global fraud by pretending to have no control of the network where, in fact, they are manipulating a global financial system for their benefit.