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Is there a single key factor in the difference between the assurances in PoS vs PoW? The knowledge and proof that there is a real world, inescapable cost to both producing the currency, & editing the chain history – unforgeable costliness.  Learn about this, the private keys attacks that risk entire contesting histories in PoS systems, and to the nothing-at-stake problem. This and more in today’s read!

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Does Bitcoin Need Accounts? [Aaron Van Wirdum]

Does Bitcoin Need Accounts? [Aaron Van Wirdum]

Another clever & censorship resistant system for identity within the Bitcoin system is being proposed. Called "Easypaysy," developer Jose Femenias Canuelo has created a system to safely & independently create a static on-chain account system, that would solve...

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Bitcoin, Not Blockchain

Bitcoin, Not Blockchain

Next up in the Gradually, Then Suddenly series by Parker Lewis and available on the incredible blog over at unchained-capital.com is "Bitcoin, Not Blockchain." There is nothing about blockchain that makes it inherently immutable. Immutability emerges over time as the...

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The scams in the Bitcoin & crypto space are, unfortunately, not low in number. Sometimes the only safe option is to ignore them, but there are the few occasions that require a thorough breakdown of just how the scam works, in hopes of protecting the often naive...

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Is Bitcoin really a religion? Is all money some form of religious institution? What happened to Virgil Griffith? Are juries the best or worst idea for finding justice? These are the important questions that we answer at the Raleigh Meetup Podcast! Listen to today's...

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Is Bitcoin the perfect money, or is it the worst money that solves the most essential problem, as simply and reliably as possible? In true “New Jersey” style, Bitcoin doesn’t attempt to be everything, it attempts to do ONE thing as beautifully, & as unambiguously as possible?

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Money is the tool that enables human exchange and prosperity... Bitcoin is a sovereign, sound, digital form of money... Time is the only true scarcity that exists for humanity... Listen to a walk through the Bitcoin perspective and the rich history that enlightens the...

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Today we start into an amazing and broad work that tackles the entire argument for Bitcoin, from the origins and nature of money, to the cost and value of time, by Robert Breedlove titled, "Money, Bitcoin and Time." • How does an economy grow? • Why do we even need...

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When we think about the unmatched scarcity of Bitcoin as a monetary good (particularly after looking at @100trillionUSD's stock-to-flow model), it inevitably leads to an important question.  If Bitcoin's supply is expected to be endlessly deflationary, doesn't...

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"If Bitcoin's supply is expected to be endlessly deflationary, doesn't this ensure a never ending, economy destroying downward spiral?" Today we conclude with Part 2, Hulsmann's incredible work on the consequences and nature of deflation and what it means for liberty....

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Today we read an excellent article by Ben Perrin (@Btcsessions) laying out an excellent argument that reveals #BitcoinMaximalism as the meticulous and thoughtful position it actually is.  Rather than the arbitrary, religious, & closed-minded position many altcoiners would want you to believe.

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We make claims about Bitcoin’s assurances all the time.  It is censorship resistant, it’s open and permissionless, it’s counterfeit proof, etc.  But are these things entirely true? When someone wants to acquire, use, or validate Bitcoin, how well do the claims match reality?

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Do we live in an age of liberty, where information is freely accessible, or an age of heavy-handed copyright restrictions where we are losing the ownership of the very devices we hold in our hands? If I had to judge, it’s probably a bit of both.

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Our monetary system has confiscated trillions in resources and value by corrupting the very incentives that keep our economy healthy and resilient… in that world, what role does Bitcoin play?

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“Ralph Merkle… made the argument that Bitcoin is the first example of a new form of life. In this article series, I intend to take this claim seriously, explore it further, and see what can be gleaned from viewing Bitcoin as a living organism.”

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Today we conclude the report from Adamant Capital written by Tuur Demeester on a fascinating parallel between Bitcoin and the Protestant Reformation of the 16th and 17th centuries. A plethora of new financial tools and the flight to find security in uncertain times,...

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Today we start our journey through the new report from Adamant Capital written by Tuur Demeester on a fascinating parallel between Bitcoin and the Protestant Reformation of the 16th and 17th centuries. The monopoly being undermined, the technology that catalyzes the...

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