When Satoshi published the Bitcoin whitepaper at just 39 years of age, the world was in chaos following the 2007-08 financial crisis. Now Satoshi is finally seeing his brainchild become what he envisioned in Bitcoin SV.
sCrypt founder Xiaohui Liu chats with Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright about maintaining state, Turing-completeness, the unpredictability of complex systems... and how you manage all that using Bitcoin Script.
The blog post comes in response to criticisms from the BTC community and skeptics who insist that Bitcoin cannot be considered Turing complete.
Bitcoin is “electronic cash,” right? However, why does the title of the Bitcoin white paper say, “electronic cash system”? We should pay attention to the various voices that point out: BSV is a commodity.
BSV entrepreneur and developer Ryan X. Charles has introduced OpenSPV, a standardized way to implement SPV in Bitcoin services that saves time, disk space and money.
The Future Blockchain Summit will bring together some of the leading minds in the field to talk NFTs, DeFi, institutional adoption of blockchain and more, with Jimmy Nguyen moderating one of the panels.
With the protocol wars complete (and BSV handily ahead of the pack), the competition has moved up to business application and service level competition, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Searching for Bitcoin transactions relevant to the contract code you're running can be like looking for a needle in a haystack, but filtering techniques make it easy—and that’s on the latest episode of Bitcoin Class with Satoshi.
Job postings related to digital currencies and blockchain have shot up in India, with data by Indeed showing 37% and 76% rise in supply and demand, respectively.
The smallest individual unit in Bitcoin is often called the “satoshi” or the “sat” for short, but does every sat matter if not every sat can be used equally on the network?
Economist and writer George Gilder expressed his admiration for Dr. Craig Wright, the inventor of Bitcoin and the person behind the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.