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The intersection of AI, deepfakes, and Bitcoin SV: Building trust in a world of misinformation

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The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) has captured the attention of many, but as AI and other rapidly evolving technologies advance, concerns over disinformation, fake news, and propaganda continue to grow. Deepfakes are a particular worry, as hyper-realistic videos, images, and audio recordings can easily be used to manipulate and deceive. In response to this, the need for a reliable and trusted way to store, access, and validate data has become increasingly crucial. Enter the BSV blockchain, which offers an ideal solution for creating a verifiable record of the truth. With its immutable, tamper-proof ledger, the BSV blockchain can combat disinformation, fake news, and propaganda, providing a way to verify the authenticity of information through timestamping.

In this article, we explore the potential of the BSV blockchain to promote transparency, accountability, and trust in institutions, governments, businesses, and individuals alike.

Artificial Intelligence, Bitcoin SV, and deepfakes

Artificial intelligence has long fascinated scientists, futurists, and intellectuals, as seen in many films featuring both friendly and destructive robots and AI. However, the idea of AI remained speculative and remote, with few people worrying about its benefits and risks until OpenAI introduced ChatGPT at the end of 2022. Located at, ChatGPT is a language model that uses a large and diverse corpus of text data from books, articles, and websites to communicate with humans in multiple languages.

Although ChatGPT benefits students, entrepreneurs, and businesses, concerns have emerged about the impact of AI on a world full of misinformation, disinformation, fake news, and propaganda. The increasing prevalence of deepfakes is a significant concern. People can now produce hyper-realistic videos, images, or audio recordings of individuals doing or saying things they never actually did or said. While this technology can be a valuable tool for works of fiction, it becomes problematic when these falsified records are presented as evidence of a political leader saying something incendiary. It could easily be enough to incite or provoke violence in such cases. In the context of increasing political polarization in America and growing mistrust towards national institutions in many countries, combined with the ongoing threat of war, the information on which we base our decisions and actions must be true, correct, and factual. Acting based on bad information could literally result in our annihilation.

Therefore, we need a reliable, trusted way to store, access, and validate data, and Satoshi Nakamoto provided us with a solution—a Timestamp Server. The Bitcoin blockchain is, first and foremost, a Timestamp Server that creates a blockchain containing not only transactional data but all types of data, ordered chronologically and creating a timestamped, tamper-proof record of data that cannot be altered or deleted once it has been confirmed and added to the blockchain.

The blockchain, as envisioned by Satoshi in his Bitcoin white paper, as implemented now on Bitcoin SV and not on BTC1, is an ideal tool for creating a verifiable record of the truth. Its ledger is immutable and tamper-proof, which means that once a transaction is confirmed and added to the blockchain, it cannot be altered or deleted2. This makes it ideal for combating disinformation, fake news, and propaganda.

The BSV blockchain can be used in various ways to combat disinformation and fake news by allowing any person or entity to upload any type of file or data to the blockchain to prove that it existed for a specific period of time. News organizations can use the BSV blockchain to timestamp their articles, ensuring that readers can trust the information they are reading. Governments can use it to create tamper-proof records of important documents, such as election results and public contracts, as well as its laws, regulations, and policies. Individuals can use it to timestamp their personal documents, such as wills and contracts. This will make the system more transparent and corruption easier to detect. When people can see through what the government is doing, they are more likely to have confidence and trust in governments, public officials, and institutions, and, thus, more likely to cooperate and contribute to causes they believe in.

The BSV blockchain is also ideal for combating propaganda and conspiracy theories. These are spread through social media, which is notoriously difficult to centrally monitor and regulate. But if people have the means to cross-reference data with the data confirmed by the blockchain, people can have a better sense of what is true. Some social media platforms can use the blockchain to timestamp social media posts and create a verifiable record of when a post was made and who made it. This can help to combat the spread of false information, as users can verify the authenticity of a post by checking its timestamp on the BSV blockchain.

In terms of costs, compared to other projects and blockchains in existence, only BSV can handle the massive amounts of data necessary while keeping the costs low relative to most alternatives, so developing countries can use it.

As more people become aware of the potential of the BSV blockchain to combat misinformation and disinformation, we can expect to see an increase in its use. By providing a reliable, trusted way to store, access, and validate data, the BSV blockchain can help to build trust in institutions, combat the spread of false information, and promote transparency and accountability.

Of course, the BSV blockchain is not a panacea. Many challenges still need to be addressed, such as ensuring that data is stored securely, protecting against hacks, and addressing issues related to privacy and data protection. However, by providing a reliable, trusted way to store, access, and validate data, the BSV blockchain can play an important role in improving the quality of data on which much of our political stability and economies rely.

As we continue to grapple with the challenges of misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda in the 21st century, it is clear that we need to find new ways to combat these threats, especially in the age of AI and deepfake. By using the Bitcoin blockchain that BSV provides to timestamp events, files, and documents, we can create a verifiable record of the truth, one that is backed by the scalability, security, and reliability of the blockchain. It may not solve all problems related to misinformation, disinformation, and fake news. Still, it is an important foundation for building a more transparent and accountable society in the face of rapidly evolving technologies that affect us instantaneously and globally.

In conclusion, the potential applications of the BSV blockchain are wide-ranging and diverse. With its immutable, tamper-proof ledger, the BSV blockchain offers a reliable, trusted way to store, access, and validate data. The BSV blockchain can combat disinformation, fake news, and propaganda by providing a way to verify the authenticity of information through timestamping. As more people become aware of the potential of the BSV blockchain, we can expect to see it being used in new and innovative ways. By doing so, we can take an important step toward building a more transparent, accountable, and democratic society.

[1] The blockchain known as BTC, often confused with Bitcoin despite deviating from Satoshi Nakamoto’s core scaling principles, faces significant scaling constraints that hinder its ability to store and process massive amounts of data efficiently.

[2] It is important to note that errors and mistakes are corrected in accounting by creating an additional entry in the journal and ledger. However, these adjustments do not overwrite the original error or mistake. Instead, both transactions—the one containing the error and the one adjusting for it— remain visible on the bookkeeping journals and ledgers to ensure their facts are verifiable. The same principle applies to the Bitcoin blockchain.

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