Oh my Satoshi
<h3>The Future of Bitcoin Cash</h3>
→ June ~
→ 10th Birthday Whitepaper
→ 1st BCH Birthday
→ BlackNet solved
<h2>1st Bitcoin Cash Anniversary</a>
Dr Craig S Wright @ProfFaustus
August 31, 2018, Bangkok
Bitcoin - where we compete to be free
If you want to follow me thinking I am an ideal, then, I have failed.
If you think sound money is not a goal to work for in itself, then, you cannot understand bitcoin.
There is no king in bitcoin. There is freedom.
Proof of work is freedom.
Governments will not like bitcoin as it is translucent. A database that offers both privacy, yet allows the sun to shine through exposing corruption and malice.
It is money that shows the truth, not the lie of the demagogue.
It is cash. That any can hold, a common law contract
It is pseudonymous as it is private, without allowing the places out of the sunlight for corruption to hide.
It is not the anonymous Ring of Gyges that leads to a path of degradation.
Do not follow the person.
Follow an ideal.
Follow the idea.
No person will ever live up to the idea. No person can live as long as an idea whose time has come.
To take back freedom, we start by taking back money. Making it free from control. Set, known, predictable, sound.
This is bitcoin.
No one man will ever be able to match this ideal.
Seek to work to be free.
Freedom comes through eternal effort, it is not free. It requires work.
Bitcoin is competitive.
Like the Olympics, as we strive to win, to be the best, the best improves in each generation and across time.
It is not in agreement, but in competition to agreed rules and without cheating we grow and become more, all we can be.
Not in hate, but in brotherly competition.
Striving to win, and willing to challenge, never quitting, never giving in.
I will not take a $ ¥ £ € or Satoshi that I have not earned through work.
I will give, as this helps to create a world I want to live in.
Bitcoin is freedom
And that is proof of work
And, unlike proof of stake, it means we always have to strive, we cannot rest on our laurels
I do not want your support.
I want people to fight for freedom, sound money, work.
Not for me, for an ideal.
A world where we compete to be best, even if it is in competition with oneself to be the best "you" that you can be
Where we compete to be free
Where we challenge each other to create the best world there can be, to call others out for not striving, for taking what is not theirs
A world without socialist "Proof of Stake" where those who have once achieved can rest on milking past achievements and forget growth and competition
A world of hope in the future, for, it is sound economics that has always delivered this.
Not redistribution and a race to the bottom.
But, standing on the shoulders of the past to see further than our parents could ever imagine
Published by Ryan X. Charles on 31 Aug 2018
Dr. Craig S Wright Interview: Bangkok Miners Summit 2018
Roger Ver Interview: Bangkok Miners Summit 2018
Dr Craig S Wright
Bitcoin is the promise of the Internet of money, it is "programmable money"
Yet, the draw of ponzi's and get rich quick schemes has blinded many
This ends. In the next 12 months, ICOs are going to be hit. They will face fraud charges and more, and those involved will be running
The idea of a continuing scam that the government is going to overlook as you milk retirement funds and savings to get rich without work is over.
Bitcoin is cash - it is money.
If you do not like it, too bad, it is proof of work and those not working will lose.
The entire ICO space is a fraud fest -and the thing is, they are already regulated.
The first lawsuits are starting and the truth will be seen that unregulated securities are going to collapse hard.
Watch this space, and enjoy the end.
Bitcoin is money
There is NO ETF coming to bitcoin. To get an ETF, it needs to be stable and managed in the industry.
The LAST thing BTC is trying to do is stabilise. Welcome to the Lightning Money services provider hub and your AML lighting check.
Bitcoin is not and never will be above the law - and it is IDIOTs who even contemplate this.
Bitcoin does not end the government nor banks and nor was it designed to
It makes them honest - this is what transparency is about.
What is the difference between Bitcoin tokenized solution and ICO?
Dr Craig S Wright
@ProfFaustus Replying to @Mag1cmax
Electronic Tokens date to the 80s.
They are not new - old buggers like me remember the many "ICO" Ponzi's
An electronic IPO - that is worth money
ICOs are shit.
published on August 28, 2018
by Dr Craig S Wright
A Smart Contract Engine For Bitcoin by Clemens Ley
Miners will clash, but there will only be one Bitcoin (BCH)
Bitcoin Cash is once again making headlines. The biggest headlines in fact, since its day of liberation last year. What many media outlets are calling an upcoming “schism” or “split” in November is in fact a consensus seeking mechanism. This is in fact, an election. Except, unlike a national election for presidency, it is not 1 human = 1 vote. It is 1 CPU = 1 vote. This means, it comes down to hash power. That alone is the consensus seeking mechanism that was built into Bitcoin since day one, and the consensus mechanism that was highlighted in Satoshi’s whitepaper.
As painful as it is to watch mining giants that have already given so much to the eco-system at odds, the fact is that this sort of thing is inevitable, and only a matter of time… although almost certainly it won’t be the last time. For some others it’s an exciting opportunity to witness a hash war – something we are yet to see at this scale.
Published by BY ELI AFRAM
on August 27, 2018
On chamas, Satoshi Nakamoto and the next generation of Crypto innovators
Published by Ian Grigg on 23 Aug 2018
Let’s talk about chamas. These are small groups of people that do economically constructive things together. One chama might save for school fees, another for investing in a business, yet another might provide trade finance. In Kenya, where the word chama simply means group, these are the backbone of the economy. In other places other names are used: Hui in Korea and China, Susu in middle Africa, Pardner in the Caribbean.
Such a chama was Satoshi Nakamoto. It’s apparent from what is now publicly known that the famous team worked in both excessive secrecy but very high trust. This handful of professionals from the Internet security field contributed jointly and separately to code, keys, design, vision, business, documentation, communications and opsec. As a common enterprise with a shared goal, enveloped in a dangerous environment, the Satoshi Nakamotii, various, faced more or less the same challenges that the members of any chama would face in Kibera: work in secret, protect the assets or be robbed and destroyed. Stay close to the vision, stay the long path, and in perhaps the ultimate irony, don’t allow personalities to be swayed by success.
You don’t have to believe me that Satoshi Nakamoto was a chama — and the surviving members may also be bemused and disagreeable. I care little for their bemusement or your disbelief, as being bemused and disagreeable is just evidence of a twitter handle or a reddit post and most people out there are incapable of dealing with that simple scientific logic: absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
No matter — my real goal here is to use Satoshi Nakamoto as an example of what we can do today with chamas in the cryptosphere: come together to build a business where we cannot do this alone. Cooperate in knowledge that the other members are working to protect us all, and bring their special talents to the benefit of us all. Save & work to the shared goal.
And keep the enemies at bay.
Another Conversation with Dr. Craig S Wright
Published by The BCH Boys on 07 August 2018
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