Two main themes emerge in the final episode in the ten-video “Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper”: it’s impractical to try to cheat the system, and Bitcoin is first and foremost an economic system.
Video 9 of Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper builds us up for the grand finale of the series, covering the “Combining and Splitting of Value” and “Privacy” whitepaper sections.
A big theme throughout video eight of Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper series is specialization in Bitcoin mining and how this contributes to the robustness of the system.
Video seven in the Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper series with Dr. Craig Wright and Ryan X. Charles covers the sixth section of the Bitcoin whitepaper, which is all about incentive.
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.
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.
For Bitcoin to achieve global adoption, we don’t need to agree with Dr. Wright’s philosophies on individual freedom and duty.
The new series with sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu, called "Bitcoin Class with Satoshi," features Dr. Craig Wright's lessons on some of the deeper and more technical aspects of Bitcoin Script.
Think of Bitcoin as more of an economically viable system than a crypto system—a capitalist economic system, Becky Liggero Fontana writes.
The “crypto” hype we see in mainstream and social media is far from Satoshi’s creation and this is important for gambling industry professionals to understand, Becky Liggero Fontana writes.
CoinGeek’s Becky Liggero Fontana delves into the Theory of Bitcoin: The Bitcoin Whitepaper video series to further understand why Bitcoin SV (BSV) is a perfect fit for the gaming industry.