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Ten Years Later, a Reflection on Bitcoin’s Genesis and Satoshi’s Timing



October 31, 2008, and January 3, 2009. The two dates have cemented themselves with Promethean significance into Bitcoin’s lore. On the October 31, Satoshi Nakamoto published the Bitcoin white paper, a constitution of sorts for his revolutionary monetary system and its intrinsic currency. On January 3, this constitution came alive with Bitcoin Block #0. Also […]

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Who Created Bitcoin?



Bitcoin was created by Satoshi Nakamoto, (almost certainly) a pseudonym, that no one has been able to conclusively connect to an actual person or group of people to this day. Nakamoto vanished from the internet in 2011, leaving few clues as to who they might be. Over the years, many people have publicly claimed to […]

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Can Bitcoin Scale?



The ongoing debate about whether or not Bitcoin can scale sufficiently on its path to mass adoption has led many people to question if it will ever reach that point at all. The scaling debate often leads back to the same discussion regarding Bitcoin’s block size and how it needs to be expanded in order […]

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The New World Reserve Currency Will Invariably Be Bitcoin, Says Max Keiser



In his first New Year show, Max Keiser looks at what an increasingly de-globalized, de-dollarized world could mean for Bitcoin. Swift Decline For The Dollar One catalyst for the erosion of the US Dollar hegemony is likely to be the development of alternatives to SWIFT. The global financial interbank communication network is becoming increasingly politicized and weaponized. US […]

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Lamassu, The Oldest Bitcoin ATM Company, Moves to ‘Crypto Valley’ Switzerland



There were rising doubts last year about Switzerland’s rightful place as a leader in the crypto space. The tiny alpine country famous for its expensive watches welcomed blockchain companies at first. Then Swiss banks began to stop working with them one by one, and Switzerland looked to be the land of promise no longer. It’s […]

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