The latest Theory of Bitcoin episode focuses on two things most ordinary people don't think much about, yet have major importance: timestamping and proof of work.
The enlightening "Theory of Bitcoin" video discussion series continues this week with another look at the original Bitcoin whitepaper.
Bitcoin is not "secured by cryptography"—that’s important to understand, and you will understand it better after watching the latest "Theory of Bitcoin" episode.
Fundamentals are the theme for Dr. Craig Wright and Ryan X. Charles in the "Theory of Bitcoin: White Paper" series.
The in-depth educational series featuring conversations between Dr. Craig S. Wright and Ryan X. Charles is taking a sidestep from its regular programming.
Deviating slightly from others in this second "Bit" series of Theory of Bitcoin, this episode only touches lightly on Information Theory and Quantum Physics.
The fourth in the latest series of "Theory of Bitcoin" is titled "Disciplines of Bitcoin," and hosts Ryan X. Charles and Dr. Craig S. Wright cover several you might not have considered before.
Money Button founder Ryan X. Charles has made it his mission to find Bitcoin's true meaning, and educate himself and others.
Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig S. Wright and Money Button's Ryan X. Charles explores the list of principles that Bitcoin was bound to follow.
Dr. Craig Wright and Ryan X. Charles are moving into some of Bitcoin's finer points, working episode by episode towards figuring out exactly what Bitcoin is, and what it can do.
The continuation of the series (or second series, if you prefer) breaks Bitcoin down into two areas of study: "Bit" and “Coin.”