As Ruling Course Plunder Becomes TYPICAL, Bitcoin Lets Individuals OPERATE
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As Ruling Course Plunder Becomes TYPICAL, Bitcoin Lets Individuals OPERATE

Publish date:Nov 30, 2021By opting into money that is built on proof of work, individuals are calling out the increasing ruling class plunder, vocally or silently.By opting into money that is built on proof of work, individuals are calling out the increasing ruling class plunder, vocally or silently.The below is a direct excerpt of Marty’s…

Coinbase class action lawsuit: Company accused of not safeguarding consumer accounts
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Coinbase class action lawsuit: Company accused of not safeguarding consumer accounts

Home » Business » Coinbase class action lawsuit: Company accused of not safeguarding customer accounts Coinbase (NASDAQ: COIN), the world’s best-known digital currency exchange, has officially been hit with a class action lawsuit in California’s Northern District Court. It’s the latest legal concern for a company fraught with worries over regulations, SEC action, and unhappy customers…

Coinbase hit with class action suit over hacked accounts
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Coinbase hit with class action suit over hacked accounts

Coinbase’s growing cohort of aggrieved former customers are taking action against the company, according to a class action suit filed in California this week. The suit names Coinbase Global Inc (NASDAQ: COIN) and up to 50 as-yet unnamed executives and employees as defendants over data breaches by Coinbase which the suit says led to consumers losing…

Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: Gaming, guidelines and unbounded complexity
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Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: Gaming, guidelines and unbounded complexity

How can you set rules and play games on the Bitcoin blockchain? That’s the theme of the latest episode of “Bitcoin Class with Satoshi.” 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. This episode…

Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: How exactly to share unknown techniques
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Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: How exactly to share unknown techniques

We’re getting cryptographical again on the latest episode of “Bitcoin Class with Satoshi.” Bitcoin creator Dr. Craig Wright and sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu talk about using shared secrets to generate multiple keys, whether it’s possible to have multiple parties involved, and how to keep all this information safe from attackers. In particular, the hosts refer to…

Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: Proof work vs proof stake
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Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: Proof work vs proof stake

We hear a lot about the so-called “inefficiencies” of proof-of-work (POW). Public figures signal praise for the alternate proof-of-stake (POS) system for its supposed environmentally friendliness. Dr. Craig S. Wright sets things straight in this week’s episode of “Bitcoin Class with Satoshi” with sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu. POS does not aid with scaling a blockchain, and…

Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: The reason why theres the 100 block maturity degree
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Bitcoin Course with Satoshi: The reason why theres the 100 block maturity degree

“People don’t seem to grasp the nature of the block maturity level,” says Dr. Craig S. Wright in this week’s episode of “Bitcoin Class with Satoshi.” In this ongoing weekly series with sCrypt founder Xiaohui Liu, Dr. Wright talk more about miner (transaction processor) incentives and how Bitcoin‘s economic rules help to keep the system…

Bitcoin Class with Satoshi extends Bitcoin transactions to places you’ve never thought of
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Bitcoin Class with Satoshi extends Bitcoin transactions to places you’ve never thought of

Home » Tech » Bitcoin Class with Satoshi extends Bitcoin transactions to places you’ve never thought of There’s so much more to Bitcoin than making payments. In fact, if you watch enough episodes of “Bitcoin Class with Satoshi” with Dr. Craig Wright and sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu, it’s possible to forget Bitcoin was ever supposed to…