Thanks to his prolific contribution to cryptography, game theory, and the world economy via Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto seems to get a lot of lesser deserved credit. While some observers overstate his abilities by implying he (or she, or it) must have been some sort of time traveler, alien being, or artificial intelligence (which has been proven to be fallacious by both developer contributions and early works of prolific cypherpunks), others point out to all the instances where researchers have almost invented elements of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin “crashed” below $10,000 - if you’re concerned / shocked / panicking (and also if you're not), take a moment to read this.
Money is something that we all use every day, without giving it a second thought. Like many other basic technologies invented by our ancestors, it has become such a fixture that we take it for granted. Let's roll the clock back a bit, so that we can understand what this seemingly universal medium of exchange really is at its core.
Is Bitcoin a precursor to a future form of money in a world powered by free boundless energy?
Five Reasons why Facebook's mis-advertised not-cryptocurrency Libra won't become permissionless, even if Facebook claims so.
Satellite coverage is an essential first step in ensuring sound, consistent and borderless dispersal of Bitcoin participation. But looking through a critical lens surmises some reasonable vulnerabilities that shouldn't be neglected just because satellites largely represent a "last resort".
PGP inventor Philip Zimmermann has set important legal and procedural precedents which Satoshi Nakamoto definitely observed and used to his advantage.
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By popular demand, we're hosting a second edition of our event format Consensus Circle - Challenge Your Ideas, together with our series sponsor Particl!
This time, our circle will focus on all things privacy - agree or disagree?
Generation Z doesn't care about privacy.
Enhancing privacy encourages criminals.
Facebook can't violate your privacy - because you have no privacy.
Inspired by the Youtube series "Middleground", our panelists will be confronted with and share their opinions on surprise statements regarding cybersecurity, data surveillance, privacy coins, and more.
Join us for another casual get-together with food and great company, and listen to or take part in the conversation!
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